Yoga Therapy International

Our vision is to provide high quality, individualized, Yoga Therapist training that is steeped in tradition yet grounded in current practices and that fosters deep, lasting relationships in our global community of practitioners.

Our students from around the world will be leaders in the field, supported by our international community of faculty, specialists, and graduates. The depth of these ties will ripple into the communities where our therapists are at work, sharing the benefits of this healing practice around the world.
Motivated by the Joy learning brings, you will gradually progress from basic to refined levels of understanding until you attain mastery. - Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras, I-17
  • Accredited IAYT Yoga Therapist Training Program: One of the first accredited programs in the world with the International Association of Yoga Therapists (CYT 1000)
  • Depth in Traditional Practices from India: Sri T. Krishnamacharya lineage – breath/meditation/chanting and restorative/alignment-centred
  • Breadth in Current Practices from the West: Major trends in current Yoga Therapy practice
  • Master Yoga Therapists from India: Study with Master Yoga Therapists from India, specialized in traditional Krishnamacharya-Desikachar Yoga practices
  • Intensive Mixed-Mode Format for Students from around the Globe: 5 weeks Online - 5 weeks Vancouver, Canada - 6 weeks Chennai, India - 7 weeks Vancouver, Canada with at home internships/practicums after intensive term.
  • Small Class Sizes of only 10-12 Students: Small class sizes foster individualized learning and deeper relationships for a higher quality learning experience
  • Senior Yoga Therapists and Specialists from Vancouver: Be taught by real Yoga Therapists at work with real students with real conditions in one of the world’s thriving Yoga hubs, Vancouver, Canada
  • Practicums at Home Supported by Mentors and Faculty: Be supported at a distance by our Practicum Supervisor and Mentors at home as you transition into your career as a Yoga Therapist
  • Yoga Therapy Research: Learn how to conduct Yoga Therapy research during our Directed Studies Case Study Capstone Project, during the final phase of your training, mentored by Tracy Dignum and Maggie Reagh
  • 1000 Hours of Classes: 200 hours above the 800-hour IAYT minimum standard to allow for internships and our Directed Studies Case Study Capstone Project, fostering an experiential, thoughtful approach to learning and teaching
  • 30-34 Hours/Week during 3 Mixed-Mode Intensive Terms: Evenings and weekends off to relax, study, and integrate learning at deeper levels, rather than cramming in too much material over a short period of time
  • Transfer Credits: RYT 500 students from other RYS schools to transfer 30-300 hours after a Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) with Maggie Reagh. All transferred hours must be audited on campus during Term 1.
  • Yoga Therapy International's Core Faculty

     

    Maggie Reagh Yoga Philosophy, Chanting & Ayurveda - Viji Vasu Bhagavad Gita - Tracy Dignum Western Medicine & Mindfulness Meditation - Neil Pearson Physical Therapy & Chronic Pain - DV & Radha Sridhar Yoga Sutras & Chanting - Danielle Schroeder Counseling Psychology

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