Yoga and yoga therapy training programs
What is Yoga?
Yoga is an ancient practice of adaptation to change. Through movement, breathing and meditation a person can learn to find balance in their body, mind, and spirit in a variety of situations. Gentle to advanced poses are incorporated.
Yoga is an effective stress-management practice that promotes harmony, well-being, and a healthy lifestyle. Yoga is often taught in a class setting by an instructor who has completed a minimum 200-hour of teacher training.
What is Yoga Therapy?
Yoga Therapy is a complementary healing modality with a healthcare focus that uses yoga techniques and practices to support patients in their healing process, helping relieve symptoms of pain, fatigue, depression, and anxiety. A unique treatment plan
is created to focus on the needs of each individual. A yoga therapist has a minimum of 1,000 hours of yoga education.
Yoga and Yoga Therapy in Healthcare Training Programs
Beaumont Health’s Yoga in Healthcare are new educational programs, ranging from the foundational 200-hour teacher training to an 800-hour yoga therapy program. These classes are both stand alone as well combinable to build the education you desire.
Whether you wish to learn more about yoga to improve your personal practice and quality of life, you would like to teach yoga in your community, or you aspire to work as a yoga therapist in healthcare, you can train at Beaumont Health.
Choose from 3 distinct programs
Based on your previous education and on your goal, you can choose:
- 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training (beginner program)
- 300-hour Academic Yoga Therapy (advanced program)
- 500-hour Clinical Yoga Therapy (professional program)