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Join us for an informative webinar on our yoga therapy program, Master of Science in Yoga Therapy and how you can make the transition from Yoga Teacher to Yoga Therapist. You will learn how to advance your yoga career and work in a clinical setting.

The Master of Science in Yoga Therapy is designed for individuals who have previously earned a minimum of 200-hour yoga teacher training, such as a Yoga Alliance 200-hour registered school program or its equivalent, and have one year of personal practice experience and one year of documented teaching experience after the completion date of their 200-hour yoga teacher training. It is designed for yoga professionals who wish to gain deep and academic knowledge and skills in the philosophy, science, and research underlying yoga practices, apply them to develop one-on-one therapeutic relationships with clients to address their unique health goals and challenges, and be qualified to work in conventional healthcare and medical settings.

This webinar will provide a framework that gives insight into Yoga Therapy and how this program can support the student in using yoga as a therapeutic modality within the career field.

Taught by prestigious faculty member, Diane Finlayson, MA, C-IAYT, ERYT-500 – Author and Yoga Therapy & Ayurveda Program Faculty Member

Webinar: Yoga Teacher to Yoga Therapist – Making the Transition

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Join us for an informative webinar on our yoga therapy program, Master of Science in Yoga Therapy and how you can make the transition from Yoga Teacher to Yoga Therapist. You will learn how to advance your yoga career and work in a clinical setting.

The Master of Science in Yoga Therapy is designed for individuals who have previously earned a minimum of 200-hour yoga teacher training, such as a Yoga Alliance 200-hour registered school program or its equivalent, and have one year of personal practice experience and one year of documented teaching experience after the completion date of their 200-hour yoga teacher training. It is designed for yoga professionals who wish to gain deep and academic knowledge and skills in the philosophy, science, and research underlying yoga practices, apply them to develop one-on-one therapeutic relationships with clients to address their unique health goals and challenges, and be qualified to work in conventional healthcare and medical settings.

This webinar will provide a framework that gives insight into Yoga Therapy and how this program can support the student in using yoga as a therapeutic modality within the career field.

Taught by prestigious faculty member, Diane Finlayson, MA, C-IAYT, ERYT-500 – Author and Yoga Therapy & Ayurveda Program Faculty Member

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Join us for an informative webinar on our new herbal program, Master of Science in Yoga Therapy

 

The Master of Science in Yoga Therapy is designed for individuals who have previously earned a minimum of 200-hour yoga teacher training, such as a Yoga Alliance 200-hour registered school program or its equivalent, and have one year of personal practice experience and one year of documented teaching experience after the completion date of their 200-hour yoga teacher training. It is designed for yoga professionals who wish to gain deep and academic knowledge and skills in the philosophy, science, and research underlying yoga practices, apply them to develop one-on-one therapeutic relationships with clients to address their unique health goals and challenges, and be qualified to work in conventional healthcare and medical settings.

 

This webinar will provide a framework that gives insight into Yoga Therapy and how this program can support the student in using yoga as a therapeutic modality within the career field.

 

Taught by award winning faculty member, Diane Finlayson, MA, C-IAYT, ERYT-500 – Author and Yoga Therapy & Ayurveda Program Faculty Member

Webinar | Become a Yoga Therapist

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Join us for an informative webinar on our new herbal program, Master of Science in Yoga Therapy

 

The Master of Science in Yoga Therapy is designed for individuals who have previously earned a minimum of 200-hour yoga teacher training, such as a Yoga Alliance 200-hour registered school program or its equivalent, and have one year of personal practice experience and one year of documented teaching experience after the completion date of their 200-hour yoga teacher training. It is designed for yoga professionals who wish to gain deep and academic knowledge and skills in the philosophy, science, and research underlying yoga practices, apply them to develop one-on-one therapeutic relationships with clients to address their unique health goals and challenges, and be qualified to work in conventional healthcare and medical settings.

 

This webinar will provide a framework that gives insight into Yoga Therapy and how this program can support the student in using yoga as a therapeutic modality within the career field.

 

Taught by award winning faculty member, Diane Finlayson, MA, C-IAYT, ERYT-500 – Author and Yoga Therapy & Ayurveda Program Faculty Member

REGISTER HERE

Join us for an informative webinar on our yoga therapy program, Master of Science in Yoga Therapy and how you can make the transition from Yoga Teacher to Yoga Therapist. You will learn how to advance your yoga career and work in a clinical setting.

The Master of Science in Yoga Therapy is designed for individuals who have previously earned a minimum of 200-hour yoga teacher training, such as a Yoga Alliance 200-hour registered school program or its equivalent, and have one year of personal practice experience and one year of documented teaching experience after the completion date of their 200-hour yoga teacher training. It is designed for yoga professionals who wish to gain deep and academic knowledge and skills in the philosophy, science, and research underlying yoga practices, apply them to develop one-on-one therapeutic relationships with clients to address their unique health goals and challenges, and be qualified to work in conventional healthcare and medical settings.

This webinar will provide a framework that gives insight into Yoga Therapy and how this program can support the student in using yoga as a therapeutic modality within the career field.

Taught by prestigious faculty member, Diane Finlayson, MA, C-IAYT, ERYT-500 – Author and Yoga Therapy & Ayurveda Program Faculty Member

Webinar: Yoga Teacher to Yoga Therapist – Making the Transition

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Join us for an informative webinar on our yoga therapy program, Master of Science in Yoga Therapy and how you can make the transition from Yoga Teacher to Yoga Therapist. You will learn how to advance your yoga career and work in a clinical setting.

The Master of Science in Yoga Therapy is designed for individuals who have previously earned a minimum of 200-hour yoga teacher training, such as a Yoga Alliance 200-hour registered school program or its equivalent, and have one year of personal practice experience and one year of documented teaching experience after the completion date of their 200-hour yoga teacher training. It is designed for yoga professionals who wish to gain deep and academic knowledge and skills in the philosophy, science, and research underlying yoga practices, apply them to develop one-on-one therapeutic relationships with clients to address their unique health goals and challenges, and be qualified to work in conventional healthcare and medical settings.

This webinar will provide a framework that gives insight into Yoga Therapy and how this program can support the student in using yoga as a therapeutic modality within the career field.

Taught by prestigious faculty member, Diane Finlayson, MA, C-IAYT, ERYT-500 – Author and Yoga Therapy & Ayurveda Program Faculty Member

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Join us for an informative webinar on our new yoga therapy program, Post-Master’s Certificate in Therapeutic Yoga Practices

This online program is designed for those who want to add yoga therapy tools such as yoga and meditation to their scope of practice without becoming a fully certified yoga therapist and to effectively refer and collaborate with yoga therapists. This program is accredited by the Accreditation Committee of the International Association of Yoga Therapists (IAYT). Graduates of the program are eligible to earn a professional development certification from IAYT.

This webinar will provide a framework that gives insight into Yoga Therapy and how this program can support the student in using yoga as a therapeutic modality within the career field.

Webinar | *NEW* Certificate in Therapeutic Yoga Practices Program

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Join us for an informative webinar on our new yoga therapy program, Post-Master’s Certificate in Therapeutic Yoga Practices

This online program is designed for those who want to add yoga therapy tools such as yoga and meditation to their scope of practice without becoming a fully certified yoga therapist and to effectively refer and collaborate with yoga therapists. This program is accredited by the Accreditation Committee of the International Association of Yoga Therapists (IAYT). Graduates of the program are eligible to earn a professional development certification from IAYT.

This webinar will provide a framework that gives insight into Yoga Therapy and how this program can support the student in using yoga as a therapeutic modality within the career field.

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