Jan
25
to Jan 27

Module I: Yoga for Anxiety and Depression

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Learning Objectives

  • Introduction to Yoga Therapy.
  • Learn the basic principles of Yoga Therapy.
  • Review fundamental yoga therapy perspectives and models for understanding and managing emotion.
  • Discover the interaction between the body, breath, mind, and emotions in health and well-being.
  • Understand how anxiety and depression influence the physical, energetic, mental, and emotional body. 
  • Learn evidence-based yoga practices to meet and manage anxiety and depression with asana, pranayama, meditation, and yoga nidra.
  • Learn how to create a safe therapeutic yoga sequence to meet your client’s needs.
  • Learn components necessary for creating a therapeutic yoga class.
  • Understand what is necessary to establish a safe and therapeutic relationship with your clients.
  • Take away specific evidence-based yoga techniques to manage mood in a clinical or private setting.

Continuing Education Credits available for Social Workers and LMHC. 

South Boston Yoga, South Boston, MA

Fri Jan 25th 6pm-9pm; Sat Jan 26th 11am-7pm & Sun Jan 27th 11am-7pm

Investment: $450

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Jan
25
to May 4

Yoga for Emotional Health and Healing - 100 hour program

Yoga for Emotional Health and Healing

100 hour program

This program is designed to help students gain an in-depth understanding of the core therapeutic yoga principals. Students will develop and refine the unique qualities and skills necessary to use yoga therapy with individuals experiencing anxiety, depression and trauma in a clinical and community setting. Throughout the program, students will have the opportunity to experience therapeutic yoga practices and apply their knowledge through teaching, assignments and small group work.

Who is this program is for

  • Yoga teachers eager to understand how yoga can be applied therapeutically to promote emotional health and to refine the unique skills needed to become a yoga therapist.

  • Clinicians and health professionals wanting to learn an integrated approach to promote optimal emotional health and how to tailor therapeutic yoga practices for clients suffering with depression, anxiety and trauma.

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Program Overview:

Module I

Yoga for Anxiety & Depression

Jan 25-27, 2019

Fri 6pm-9pm; Sat 11am-7pm

& Sun 11am-7pm

Module II

Yoga for Trauma

Feb 8-10, 2019

Fri 6pm-9pm; Sat 11am-7pm

& Sun 11am-7pm

Module III

The Art and Science of Yoga Therapy

March 1-3, 2019

Fri 6pm-9pm; Sat 11am-7pm

& Sun 11am-7pm

Mentorship

March 23rd, April 13th, April 27, May 4 from 12.30pm-6.30pm

Program Format

Each module is designed to provide students with an in-depth knowledge and understanding of the application of yoga as therapy in each area of study. Modules include lectures, yoga practice focused on the clinical application, practical application of the material through teaching, assignments and small group work, group discussions, readings and homework assignments. The Mentorship program will allow students to continue to develop and refine their personal practice and integrate their professional therapeutic yoga skills through case studies, session recordings, assignments and practical application of knowledge.

Continuing Education Credits

Continuing Education Credits available for Social Workers and LMHCs

Program Hours

This is a 100 hour yoga as therapy program which includes 80 contact and 20 non-contact hours.

Prerequisites

Students must be enrolled in or have completed a 200-hour yoga teacher training program or be a master’s level mental (or higher) clinician with a regular yoga practice for at least two years.

South Boston Yoga, South Boston, MA


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Program Tuition

Program Deposit: $500 (non-refundable)

Program Balance: $1,195 

Full Payment: $1,695

The program must be paid for in full prior to the first day of training.

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Feb
8
to Feb 10

Module II: Yoga for Trauma

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Learning Objectives

  • Learn the basic principles of trauma informed yoga therapy.
  • Understand how trauma influences the physical, energetic, mental and emotional body.
  • Review fundamental yoga as therapy perspectives and models for managing dysregulation and trauma in the body.
  • Discover the interaction between the body, breath, mind, intellect, and emotions in health and well-being.
  • Learn trauma informed evidence-based yoga practices including specific asana, pranayama, meditation and yoga nidra techniques.
  • Learn modified practices such as chair yoga to accommodate diverse settings and support clients with a wide range of abilities.
  • Understand the elements necessary to create a safe space for trauma survivors. 
  • Learn how to help your clients create a safe space for themselves within their practice. 
  • Take away specific trauma informed yoga techniques for the clinical, group or private setting.
  • Learn components necessary for creating a therapeutic trauma informed yoga class.

Continuing Education Credits available for Social Workers and LMHC.

South Boston Yoga, South Boston MA

Fri Feb 8th 6pm-9pm; Sat Feb 9th 11-7pm & Sun Feb 10th 11am-7pm

Investment: $450

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Mar
1
to May 4

Module III & Mentorship - The Art & Science of Therapeutic Yoga

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Module III: Art & Science of Yoga Therapy

Learning Objectives

  • Explore and understand how to help your clients cultivate balance the subtle body.

  • Understanding the teacher/client relationship: how to build a therapeutic relationship. 
  • The importance of communication skills and therapeutic language.
  • Understand the evolution of Yoga Therapy field and it's current landscape. 
  • Review ethical principals, scope of practice and professional responsibilities of a Yoga Therapist.
  • Learn about the business of Yoga Therapy in community and private practice settings.
  • The importance of self care as a Yoga Therapist.

Module IV: Mentorship

Join an intimate group of like minded teachers and caring professionals to discuss and address many of the questions and challenges that face those bringing yoga therapy techniques to various health and wellness settings. Learn how to navigate challenging situations, find your authentic voice, gather inspiration for your teaching and further hone your skills. This program will also be an opportunity to share ideas, build networks, and gain valuable feedback. Those who have previously completed a therapeutic yoga training or currently offer yoga therapy in a clinical or yoga setting to promote wellness will be best suited for this program. 

Learning Objectives

  • Refine the application of your therapeutic yoga teaching skills through case studies and on-going supervision.
  • Understand and implement intake and assessment/evaluation tools necessary to develop appropriate session strategies and practices.
  • Develop specific therapeutic yoga treatment plans and sequences based on client individual needs.
  • Recognize and manage the subtle dynamic inherent client/therapist relationship.
  • Understand professional issues and requirements such as documentation, ethics, business practices and legal aspects of practice.
  • Define your path as a yoga therapist.
  • Deepen your commitment to your personal practice and see how your personal practice supports your clients.

South Boston Yoga, South Boston MA

Module III

Fri Mar 1st 6pm-9pm; Sat March 2nd 11am-7pm & Sun Mar 3rd 11am-7pm

Mentorship Dates

Saturdays from 12.30pm-6.30pm on Mar 23, Apr 13, Apr 27 & May 4, 2019

Investment: $895

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Nov
9
to Nov 11

Module II: Yoga for Trauma

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Learning Objectives

  • Learn the basic principles of trauma informed yoga therapy.
  • Understand how trauma influences the physical, energetic, mental and emotional body.
  • Review fundamental yoga as therapy perspectives and models for managing dysregulation and trauma in the body.
  • Discover the interaction between the body, breath, mind, intellect, and emotions in health and well-being.
  • Learn trauma informed evidence-based yoga practices including specific asana, pranayama, meditation and yoga nidra techniques.
  • Learn modified practices such as chair yoga to accommodate diverse settings and support clients with a wide range of abilities.
  • Understand the elements necessary to create a safe space for trauma survivors. 
  • Learn how to help your clients create a safe space for themselves within their practice. 
  • Take away specific trauma informed yoga techniques for the clinical, group or private setting.
  • Learn components necessary for creating a therapeutic trauma informed yoga class.

Continuing Education Credits available for Social Workers and LMHC.

South Boston Yoga, South Boston MA

Fri Nov 9th 6pm-9pm; Sat Nov 10th 11-7pm & Sun Nov 11th 11am-7pm

Investment: $450

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Oct
20
4:30 PM16:30

Trauma Informed Yoga Practice - All Levels

Kate will lead a 60-minute trauma informed yoga practice, drawing on her five years of experience teaching trauma informed yoga at the Brookline Trauma Center. She will incorporate the yoga therapy principles and practices discussed in the previous workshop: Yoga Therapy Principles and Understanding the Nervous System. The practice will be followed by a discussion (optional) on how trauma informed yoga therapy principles were integrated into the practice.

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Intended Audience

This class is open to all students interested in participating in a 60-minute trauma informed yoga therapy class.

Program Format

A 60-minute mat-based yoga practice followed by a 30-minute (optional) discussion.

Continuing Education

Application for continuing education credits for Social Workers and Licensed Mental Health Counselors has been submitted. Please contact us at for the status of the certification.

Greener Postures Yoga, West Falmouth, ME

October 20th, 2018 from 4:30pm-6:00pm


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Oct
20
12:30 PM12:30

Yoga Therapy Principles + Understanding the Nervous System

This program is designed to be an introduction to yoga therapy for emotional health and healing. We will discover how the nervous system is impacted by trauma and explore the fundamental principles for creating a trauma informed yoga practice.

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Learning Objectives

  • An introduction to yoga therapy and the relationship between the breath, mind and body. 

  • Understand the nervous system and learn about the neuroscience of trauma.

  • Learn the four basic principles for creating a trauma informed practice.

  • Review the elements of a trauma informed yoga therapy practice.

Intended Audience

This program is intended for clinicians, health professionals and yoga teachers wanting to learn about trauma informed yoga practices designed to promote and restore balance in the nervous system.

Program Format

Program format is lecture, discussion and case study. Please join the Trauma Informed Yoga Practice to experience the learning objectives discussed in this workshop.

Continuing Education

Application for continuing education credits for Social Workers and Licensed Mental Health Counselors has been submitted. Please contact us at for the status of the certification.

Greener Postures Yoga, West Falmouth, ME

October 20th, 2018 from 12:30pm-3:30pm


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Oct
12
to Oct 14

Module I: Yoga for Anxiety and Depression

yoga-anxiety-depression

Learning Objectives

  • Introduction to Yoga Therapy.
  • Learn the basic principles of Yoga Therapy.
  • Review fundamental yoga therapy perspectives and models for understanding and managing emotion.
  • Discover the interaction between the body, breath, mind, and emotions in health and well-being.
  • Understand how anxiety and depression influence the physical, energetic, mental, and emotional body. 
  • Learn evidence-based yoga practices to meet and manage anxiety and depression with asana, pranayama, meditation, and yoga nidra.
  • Learn how to create a safe therapeutic yoga sequence to meet your client’s needs.
  • Learn components necessary for creating a therapeutic yoga class.
  • Understand what is necessary to establish a safe and therapeutic relationship with your clients.
  • Take away specific evidence-based yoga techniques to manage mood in a clinical or private setting.

Continuing Education Credits available for Social Workers and LMHC. 

South Boston Yoga, South Boston, MA

Fri Oct 12th 6pm-9pm; Sat Oct 13th 11am-7pm & Sun Oct 14th 11am-7pm

Investment: $450

Register

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Apr
28
1:00 PM13:00

Yoga for Trauma: Introductory Workshop

This workshop is designed for clinicians, health care professionals and yoga teachers interested in learning how therapeutic yoga practices and principles can help those with trauma related symptoms.

yoga-for-trauma

Learning Objectives

  • Learn the core principles of trauma informed yoga therapy for a clinical and yoga setting.
  • Discover the relationship between the breath, mind and body.
  • Understand the neuroscience of trauma and yoga.
  • Learn mat based yoga practice for trauma.

Application for continuing education credits for Social Workers and Licensed Mental Health Counselors has been submitted. Please contact us at for the status of the certification.

Boston Center for Contemplative Practice, Newton, MA

April 28th, 2018 from 1:00pm-5:00pm


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Mar
2
to May 6

Module III & Mentorship - The Art & Science of Therapeutic Yoga

art-and-science-yoga-therapy

Learning Objectives

  • Explore and understand how to help your clients cultivate balance the subtle body.

  • Understanding the teacher/client relationship: how to build a therapeutic relationship. 
  • The importance of communication skills and therapeutic language.
  • Understand the evolution of Yoga Therapy field and it's current landscape. 
  • Review ethical principals, scope of practice and professional responsibilities of a Yoga Therapist.
  • Learn about the business of Yoga Therapy in community and private practice settings.
  • The importance of self care as a Yoga Therapist.

Module IV: Mentorship

Join an intimate group of like minded teachers and caring professionals to discuss and address many of the questions and challenges that face those bringing yoga therapy techniques to various health and wellness settings. Learn how to navigate challenging situations, find your authentic voice, gather inspiration for your teaching and further hone your skills. This program will also be an opportunity to share ideas, build networks, and gain valuable feedback. Those who have previously completed a therapeutic yoga training or currently offer yoga therapy in a clinical or yoga setting to promote wellness will be best suited for this program. 

Learning Objectives

  • Refine the application of your therapeutic yoga teaching skills through case studies and on-going supervision.
  • Understand and implement intake and assessment/evaluation tools necessary to develop appropriate session strategies and practices.
  • Develop specific therapeutic yoga treatment plans and sequences based on client individual needs.
  • Recognize and manage the subtle dynamic inherent client/therapist relationship.
  • Understand professional issues and requirements such as documentation, ethics, business practices and legal aspects of practice.
  • Define your path as a yoga therapist.
  • Deepen your commitment to your personal practice and see how your personal practice supports your clients.

South Boston Yoga, South Boston MA

Module III

Fri Mar 2nd 6pm-9pm; Sat March 3rd 11am-7pm & Sun Mar 4th 11am-7pm

Mentorship Dates

Saturdays from 12.30pm-6.30pm on Mar 24, Apr 7, Apr 21 & May 5, 2018

 


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Feb
17
10:00 AM10:00

Chair Yoga for Emotional Health & Healing

Bring the power of yoga to your clinical practice

"In order to change, people need to become aware of their sensations and the way that their bodies interact with the world around them." - Bessel van der Kolk

Our bodies hold physical memories of our experiences. This program is designed to help clinicians learn chair yoga techniques to assist clients in developing a greater awareness and understanding of their physical, energetic, emotional and mind body. Clinicians will develop and refine the skills necessary to use yoga therapy in a professional setting with individuals experiencing anxiety, depression and trauma.

chair-yoga

Learning Objectives

  • Understand how depression, anxiety and trauma influence the physical, energetic, mental and emotional body.
  • Discover the relationship between the body, breath, mind and emotions to promote health and well-being.
  • Learn the principals for yoga as therapy in a clinical setting.
  • Learn chair based yoga practice for anxiety, depression and trauma.

Application for continuing education credits for Social Workers and Licensed Mental Health Counselors has been submitted. Please contact us at for the status of the certification.

Boston Center for Contemplative Practice, Newton, MA

February 17th, 2018 from 10am-4pm


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Jan
26
to Jan 28

Module I: Yoga for Anxiety and Depression

yoga-anxiety-depression

Learning Objectives

  • Introduction to Yoga Therapy.
  • Learn the basic principles of Yoga Therapy.
  • Review fundamental yoga therapy perspectives and models for understanding and managing emotion.
  • Discover the interaction between the body, breath, mind, and emotions in health and well-being.
  • Understand how anxiety and depression influence the physical, energetic, mental, and emotional body. 
  • Learn evidence-based yoga practices to meet and manage anxiety and depression with asana, pranayama, meditation, and yoga nidra.
  • Learn how to create a safe therapeutic yoga sequence to meet your client’s needs.
  • Learn components necessary for creating a therapeutic yoga class.
  • Understand what is necessary to establish a safe and therapeutic relationship with your clients.
  • Take away specific evidence-based yoga techniques to manage mood in a clinical or private setting.

Continuing Education Credits available for Social Workers and LMHC. 

South Boston Yoga, South Boston, MA

Fri Jan 26th 6pm-9pm; Sat Jan 27th 11am-7pm & Sun Jan 28th 11am-7pm

 


Have a question about Yoga for Anxiety and Depression Training? Reach out to Kate directly!

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Dec
1
to Dec 3

Module II: Yoga for Trauma

yoga-for-trauma

Learning Objectives

  • Learn the basic principles of trauma informed yoga therapy.
  • Understand how trauma influences the physical, energetic, mental and emotional body.
  • Review fundamental yoga as therapy perspectives and models for managing dysregulation and trauma in the body.
  • Discover the interaction between the body, breath, mind, intellect, and emotions in health and well-being.
  • Learn trauma informed evidence-based yoga practices including specific asana, pranayama, meditation and yoga nidra techniques.
  • Learn modified practices such as chair yoga to accommodate diverse settings and support clients with a wide range of abilities.
  • Understand the elements necessary to create a safe space for trauma survivors. 
  • Learn how to help your clients create a safe space for themselves within their practice. 
  • Take away specific trauma informed yoga techniques for the clinical, group or private setting.
  • Learn components necessary for creating a therapeutic trauma informed yoga class.

Continuing Education Credits available for Social Workers and LMHC.

South Boston Yoga, South Boston MA

Fri Dec 1st 6pm-9pm; Sat Dec 2nd 11-7pm & Sun Dec 3rd 11am-7pm


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