- Distinguishing Yoga Therapy Training and a yoga therapy session from Yoga Teacher Training, Hatha Yoga, and a yoga class.
- Restorative, slow release yoga and therapeutic postures in the treatment of soft tissue pain and dysfunction.
- A focus on the benefits of Yoga postures for specific health conditions. These can range from being useful for fibromyalgia; chronic myofascial pain syndrome; low back pain; carpel tunnel syndrome; tennis elbow; neck and jaw pain; frozen shoulder pain; arthritis; headaches; sore knees and feet; accident trauma; joint pain and muscle aches; sports and repetitive strain injury.
- Integrative yoga health care in the community.
- head and neck pain • shoulder, upper back and upper arm pain
- elbows, forearm and hand pain • chest, abdominal and genital pain
- midback, low back and buttock pain • hip, thigh and knee pain
- The importance of breath and prana in yoga therapy
- The link between yoga and meditation
- The role of Ayurveda in treatment
- A comparison of Yoga Therapy approaches.
Standards for the training of Yoga therapists
Achieving a Professional Certification, and cultivating the ability to make a profession helping others with Yoga.
Various pathways for amd as a Yoga therapist.
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