- Focus on anatomy and physiology, pathophysiology of common health conditions, yoga techniques and their clinical adaptations, yoga humanities (history, ethics, and philosophy), the business of yoga in healthcare, and in-class practicum simulations.
- Upon attendance and successful completion of course requirements, students will receive a 300-hour Advanced Yoga Teacher Training Certificate of Completion.
Research and Teaching Assistant Course
- Focus on research literature review, development of study, and teaching assistant experience in student and community education.
- Upon attendance and successful completion of course requirements, students will receive a Yoga Therapy Teaching Assistant Certificate of Completion.
Hospital-Based Clinical Rotation Course
- Focus on supervised practicum hours with Beaumont Health patients, communication with clinicians, and documentation of patient encounters.
- Upon attendance and successful completion of course requirements, students will receive a Yoga Therapy Clinical Rotation Certificate of Completion.
The Academic Course (or equivalent*) constitutes pre-requisite for the other two courses which can be taken interchangeably.
The curriculum is delivered in synchronous format (a mix of in-person and online classes), supervised by lead instructor Sonia Sorrenti, E-RYT500, C-IAYT, with the participation of highly-qualified healthcare providers who will present on biomedical topics
and facilitate discussions.
The successful completion of all three course (800-hours) will be awarded the final Yoga Therapy Certificate.
* Transfers from other yoga therapy schools are evaluated on a case-by-case basis and will be admitted to the Research and Teaching Assistant and Hospital-Based Clinical Rotation Courses depending on placement availability. Students graduating from the
Academic Course have priority over transfer students.