Yoga Therapy for People with Cancer & Chronic Illness Training (YCaT) is a three-level certification program designed to train health professionals and experienced Yoga teachers to work safely with cancer patients at any stage of illness as well as people with stable chronic illness. The goal of this program is to enable Yoga teachers to adapt traditional Yoga practices to meet the physiological and psychological needs of this population and to communicate effectively with medical personnel.
Taught by renowned expert Nischala Joy Devi, this training includes theory and practice of asana, pranayama, deep relaxation, imagery and meditation as applied to disease and general health.
Using the tools of yoga to improve quality of life and aspects of health for people living with arthritis.
Learn about advancements in the field of yoga research as it pertains to arthritis, as well as developments in the recommended management of arthritis
Gain the skills needed to teach Yoga to the elderly. John Schlorholtz of Ageless Yoga leads this specialized training.
This comprehensive training program provides the essential tools for working with children with special needs.
Adaptive Yoga TT focuses on adapting the Integral Yoga practices to meet the needs of the individual. Poses and practices will be adapted to sitting, lying down, and standing with and without support.
Assisting is creating a space where the student can feel safe to explore their individual expression of yoga with your skilled guidance.
Bringing the West (12 Steps) and the East (Yoga and Ayurveda) together offers us a truly empowering approach to counseling those who embark on a program of recovery.