Beaumont Yoga Therapy Training ProgramWhat is Yoga Therapy?
Yoga therapy is a complementary healing modality that refers to the adaptation and application of yoga techniques and practices to help individuals facing health challenges at any level manage their condition, reduce symptoms, restore balance, increase
vitality, and improve attitude. Yoga therapy is a practice that can be offered individually or in a group setting.What is the goal of Yoga Therapy?
The goal of yoga therapy is to facilitate a compassionate, personalized practice using adaptive, physical activity and meaningful relaxation techniques that help provide people with a way to easily and affordably manage and sustain their own sense of
well-being, strength and stability.Who is a Yoga Therapist?
The yoga therapist is able to substantiate advanced study, training and experience in the practice of yoga and can demonstrate proficiency in the yoga philosophies of health and healing, ethics, techniques, methodologies and practical applications as
they apply to yoga.
Yoga Therapy in Healthcare Training Program
Yoga Therapy in Healthcare is Beaumont’s newest educational program, tailored for yoga professionals who would like to go a step further in their education and learn how to apply yoga therapy as a modality in a healthcare setting.
Yoga Therapy in Healthcare is a 800-hour program divided in three, one-year courses:
- Academic Course
- Research and Teaching Assistant Course
- Hospital-Based Clinical Rotation Course