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Applied Yoga Therapeutics: April 17-20 and May 1-4

14 Mills Lane, Albany AUK, NZ 0632
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Type of Event

  • Teacher Training

When

Apr 17 to
Apr 20
2015
09:00 amto18:30 pm

Price

$1,238

500-Hour Course Costs:
Each 8-Day module (two 4-Day "Weekends") is $1,237.50 Early Bird

Saving $212.50 off Full Price $1,450
Combined Price for all four modules if paid in advance: $4,450 – Save extra $500!

(Early Bird closes 4 weeks prior to any course start date.)

$500 deposit required with all registrations.

Full Description

Join us for Two 4-Day Weekends – This module concentrates on your work as a teacher, with both classes and individual clients.

This module will be of particular interest to yoga teachers and students who wish to further advance their understanding of common ailments in terms of the yogic model of the koshas, and who wish to support and treat clients and students suffering from specific medical conditions. Yogic treatments will include asana, breath, meditation and sound practices. On completing this module students will be competent to advise on specific common ailments that are presented by their clients in one-on-one yoga therapy sessions, or by their students in class.
Vincent Bolletta

Tutors include Vincent Bolletta

The Kawai Purapura 500-Hour Yoga Teacher Training modules are for Professional Development, plus all Kawai Purapura Yoga Teacher Training hours are valid for your Yoga Alliance accreditation. The therapeutics module includes:

- understanding neuromuscular connections and sensory engrams
- koshas to investigate the conditions of students and clients
- presenting and investigating case studies
- deepen your understanding of effective yoga therapy
- Buddhist philosophy and its relevance to modern patterns of thinking

Client conditions will be investigated in terms of physical, energetic, and mental processes. In combination with Yogic methodologies, students will also be considering western practices to substantiate their findings. physical diagnosis, physiotherapy techniques, massage and other modalities.

The scope of conditions will include clients with herniated discs, anxiety, stress disorder, cystic fibrosis, hip replacement, replaced joints, artificial limbs, repetitive strain through yoga practice, ill advised yoga programs that have resulted in damage, life style imbalances, chronic fatigue and cancer.

This module will be focused on case study assessments, and students will need to bring in case studies. They will write up 6 cases studies in full, some of which will be presented in class during the second weekend.