While in Vancouver, Canada for Term 3, you will continue to develop your skills as a Yoga Therapist working one-on-one and in groups through Providing Yoga Therapy classes and weekly practicums.
You will do advanced Anatomy and Physiology studies for Musculoskeletal and System Conditions, focussed on Yoga Therapy application. You will also continue developing your knowledge of how to apply Ayurveda to Yoga Therapy.
Finally, you will be introduced to Mental Health and Counselling Skills needed for one-on-one practice.
Term 3 Practicum – 100 Distance Learning (DL) & 8 Residential Learning (RL) Hours
108 Supervised Distance/Residential Learning Hours
Non-Residential One-on-One Delivery DL: 80 Hours – September 2022 to April 2023
Online Practicum Supervision RL: 8 Hours – September 2022 to April 2023
Case Documentation DL: 20 Hours – September 2022 to April 2023
Develop the Skills to:
- use Assessment tools for Private Yoga Therapy
- design and deliver private Yoga Therapy sessions, modifying for a wide range of minor physical-emotional conditions and chronic conditions ranging from Lower Back Pain to Disabilities
- modify practices using chairs and other props for private students managing the symptoms of a wide range of physical-emotionalconditions
- incorporate Restorative Yoga into the private practice of Yoga Therapy
- incorporate Anatomy-Physiology, Yoga Philosophy, Ayurveda, Chanting, Meditation, and Pranayama into private Yoga Therapy
- conduct Yoga Therapy Research - A Case Study
Directed Studies Capstone Research Project
In order to introduce you to the world of Yoga Therapy research, you will be conducting a case study research project at home after Term 3. This is an independent, directed studies, distance learning course, supervised by Maggie Reagh and our Research Mentor, Neil Pearson. It prepares you for conducting simple Yoga Therapy research and writing an accompanying paper. Research Skills will be taught during Term 2 when students will acquire the skills needed for conducting a case study research project.
Learn how to:
- review Yoga Therapy research
- conduct a case study
- use assessment tools
- write a case study paper
Outcome for CYT 1000
After 24 months of study and practice, you will graduate with a Certified Yoga Therapist 1000-Hour Diploma from Yoga Therapy International, an accredited program with the International Association of Yoga Therapists (IAYT). This will allow you to get certified with the IAYT as a Yoga Therapist.