Until Integral Yoga Therapy is formally accredited, we cannot be certain what the Program will contain in its final form. We are fairly certain, however, that some keystone Integral Yoga trainings will be among the Program requirements (R) for recognition as a Yoga Therapist by the IAYT. In addition, Integral Yoga will require an additional elective (E) to be certified as an Integral Yoga Therapist (IYTh).
After completing a traditional training (e.g. Adaptive Yoga) a follow-up, short-term, apprenticeship will be required. As such, the trainings listed below can be applied to the Certification Program if they are completed within five years of a student’s enrollment into the accredited Program. Upon acceptance into the Certification Program, those who took the training (in its pre-IYTh format) will be required to complete a “mini-apprenticeship” within the first 12 months of the Program, in coordination with their Home Center mentor. The mini-apprenticeship will require participants to identify a core principle of the training, and then apply that principle in a “practice session” with a friend or colleague in their home geography. That session will then be reviewed by the Home Center Manager/Advisor, and the student will document what they learned from the experience.
The Certification Program module price will be credited to the cost of certification, but this is lower than the pre-Program price* to cover the cost associated with the apprenticeship.
An integrated approach to Yoga provides prevention and rehabilitation to a wide range of health concerns:
Upcoming Therapeutic Yoga Training Programs
The trainings listed below can be applied to the Certification Program if they are completed within five years of your enrollment into the accredited Program.
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