Evolve as a Teacher
11 – 22 February 2018
Greater wisdom from the basis of:
The subtle body Chakras, Tattwas, Pranas, Gunas, Koshas.
Traditional yoga therapy techniques
Ayurveda as a therapeutic science
Mantras for healing and wellbeing
Yoga therapeutics is the process of empowering individuals to progress toward improved health and wellbeing through the application of the teachings and practices of yoga. This module focuses on the practical use of yoga as a therapeutic science. Providing a balanced mix of theory and practical study, and viewing the person as an individual rather than a fixed condition is emphasised.
Through a wide range of assessment tools and yoga techniques, you will learn to expand current teaching knowledge to facilitate health, wellness and balance at mental, physical, emotional, intuitive and spiritual levels. Upon completion of this module you should have an advanced understanding of common ailments and feel empowered to research and present a detailed yoga teaching to a range of clients and conditions.
Although designed for yoga teachers wishing to expand the range of teaching opportunities and to increase the depth of their own personal yoga journey, the module will also be of interest to professionals from related health fields.
The students completing this module should feel empowered to research and present holistic based yoga teaching to a range of clients and conditions. Although designed for yoga teachers the course will also be of interest to professionals from related health fields; and inspired yoga practitioners wishing to increase the depth of their own personal yoga journey.
The Tutors of this module are
In yoga therapeutics Leza works with the client in a one off or a series of sessions. In general yoga can enhance physical and emotional well-being. In a therapeutic context yoga therapy works with the individual for deeper transformative effects. Yoga therapeutics and private sessions can be used for remedial work and recovery.
Shailendra Singh Negi
Shailendra’s passion is to experience rather than simply study yoga. The content of his spontaneous philosophy classes cannot be read in books, as his teachings are integrated from his own personal experience and communing with sages whose knowledge has been passed down from the traditional Vedic scriptures.