Yoga Therapy Training Course Singapore
Yoga Therapy Training Course Singapore
Who should attend
- Successfully completed Yoga Teacher training program- 200hrs
|Pre-requisite/ Eligibility||O/N Level Secondary School pass or Higher +YICC (pre-requisite 1)|
Duration of the course
- Minimum time required to complete the program : 500hrs
|CYT 1||Yoga Therapy Foundations||45||1 ½|
|CYT 101||Introduction to Samskrita||10|
|CYT 102||Introduction to Patanjali Yoga Sutras and Hatha Yoga||15|
|CYT 103||Introduction to Shad Darshanas (Six streams of philosophy)||10|
|CYT 104||Panchakosa Viveka Siddhanta (Principles of five layers of existence)||10|
|CYT 2||Bio medical concepts||55|
|CYT 201||Introduction to Human Anatomy||20|
|CYT 202||Introduction to Human Physiology||20|
|CYT 203||Introduction to conventional medical system||5|
|CYT 204||Case history writing and assessments||10|
|CYT 3||Integrated Approach of Yoga Therapy for Common Aliments||100||4|
|CYT 301||Clinical introduction of various Psychosomatic ailments||30|
|CYT 302||Pathophysiology of disease and its Yogic management||30|
|CYT 303||Mind body medicine||20|
|CYT 304||Special Techniques and advance techniques concept in Yoga Therapy||20|
|CYT 4||Therapeutical Teaching/ Therapy Techniques or tools and their applications (Practicum)||100||7|
|CYT 401||Special Yoga Asana Techniques for Psychosomatic ailments||20|
|CYT 402||Advance Meditation Techniques for Psychosomatic ailments||20|
|CYT 403||Detoxification/Cleansing techniques in Psychosomatic ailments||20|
|CYT 404||Special breathing techniques for Psychosomatic ailments||20|
|CYT 405||Special relaxation techniques for Psychosomatic ailments||20|
|CYT 5||Principles and skills of Learning and delivering to patients (Practicum)||50||2|
|CYT502||Delivering therapy in groups and building a healer-sufferer bond||25|
|CYT503||Delivering therapy in one-to-one session and building a healer-sufferer bond||25|
|CYT 6||Ethicals and Legal regulation in Professional Practise||10||½|
|CYT 7||Field Training (Internship)- Under Expert Supervision||140||5|
|GRAND TOTAL||500 hours||
Per Subject Max marks- 100 (Internal marks 50 + Final exam marks 50)
- Final Exam Maximum Marks: 50
- (Can be either written or Viva) Written Exam Duration: 3 Hrs
- Demonstration- 15mins
- Presentation- 20 mins
- Question & answer session-10 mins
- Internal assessment – 50 Marks, Which includes-
- Assignments- 20 marks
- Tests- 20 Marks
- Attendance- 10 Marks
DETAILED SYLLABUS:- (500 Hours)
Theory in Classroom (210 hours)
- Lectures with Power Points
- Lectures with Video presentations
- Lectures with Case Presentations
Field Training (140 hours)
- Assisting and observing the Consultation of doctor with Patients
- Observing the Counseling done by doctor for Patients
- Data collection/ Clinical and non clinical parameter collection and analyzing
- Yoga therapy intervention to the patients
Practical in Classroom (150 hours)
- Demonstration of Therapy practices
- Group practicing of therapy practices
- Administration of therapy practices
Further details of the syllabus are as under
CYT 101 INTRODUCTIONS TO SAMSKRITA
Text Book: Dr. Sarasvati Mohan, Sanskrit Level-1, Sharadh Enterprises, Bangalore.
Verb roots, nine forms for three persons and three numbers; practice of all the verb roots and their forms for correct pronunciation; usage of prefixes and how they change the meaning of the verb root and how to find them in the dictionary.
Noun, masculine and neuter genders; 8 cases and their possible meanings; 24 forms of a noun and its declensions; practice of other similar declensions and usage of the 24 forms of a noun. Introduction to write a sentence; syntax, prepositions and their definite requirements of cases; rule how ‘ra/sha’ changes dental ‘n’ to cerebral ‘N’ and its exceptions for this rule; repeat declensions for pronunciation.
Noun: feminine gender; both ‘á’ ending and ‘è’ – ending and practice of similar declensions. Practice of writing sentences with words mainly in feminine gender; exercises mainly for the feminine gender illustration; special declensions where dental ‘n’ changes to cerebral ‘N’; repeat all feminine noun declensions.
Ex 32-38 ; models of declensions; how to recognize a gender or find the gender using the dictionary and write declensions of new words according to their models of declensions, while applying the rule changing dental ‘n’ to cerebral ‘N’; making simple sentences for all the words given there; repeat vowel-ending model declensions
Exercises for appropriate use of the cases; irregular verbs; absence of verb root “to have” in Sanskrit; where to omit root ‘AS’ (to be), use of certain special verbs; repeat model declensions.
CYT 102- INTRODUCTION TO PATANJALI YOGA SUTRAS
Chapter 1: Introduction to Patanjali Yoga Sutras, its Philosophy and Practices and Modern Psychology
- Yoga, its meaning & purpose & a brief introduction to Patanjali Yoga Sutras and its author.
- Nature of Yoga according to Patanjali in light of Vyásabháúya and other traditional commentators, Importance of Yoga Sütra in comparison to other Yogic literature.
- Concept of Citta, Citta-bhümis, Citta-vrttis, Citta-vrttinirodhopáya (Abhyása and Vairágya) Citta-Vikúepas (Antaráyas), Cittaprasádanam and its associates.
- Metaphysics of Sáñkhya & its relationship with Yoga Dharana of Pátanjali, Philosophical Foundations & Practices of Pátanjali Yogas, importance & its relevance and Yoga Samanvaya.
- Concept of mind – eastern and western perspective; psychologyprinciples and methods – TA, etc;
Chapter 2: SamádhiPáda and SádhanaPáda
- Kriyá-yoga, Theory of Klesas, meansof elimination of Klesas/ Vivekakhyáti.
- Types and nature of Samádhi in Yoga Sütra, and Ádhyatmaprasáda.
- Samprajnáta, Asamprajnáta, Sabèja & Nirbèja Samádhi, Difference between Samápattis and Samádhi.
- Concept of Èsvara and qualities of Èsvara.
Chapter 3: Concept of Vibhüti and Kaivalya
- Astáñga Yoga: Yama, Niyama, Ásana, Pránáyáma, Pratyáhára, Dháraná, Dhyána, and Samádhi.
- Saýyama&three Parináma of Saýyama..
- Nature of Kaivalya, Kaivalya in relation to Triguna and Dharmamegha Samádhi.
- Astáñga Yoga & Kriyá Yoga in Yoga Sütras and their importance &relevance in modern age.
Chapter 4: Hatha Yoga – its Philosophy and Practices
- Haûha Yoga, its meaning, definition, aims & objectives, misconceptions, obstacles (vighna) and helps (saháyaka) in HathaYoga as in Hatha Yoga Pradèpiká.
- The Origin of Hatha Yoga, Hatha Yogic Literature, Hatha Yogic Practices as explained in Hatha Yoga Pradèpiká (HYP).
- Concept of Manas, Rules & Regulations to be followed by the HathaYoga Practitioner, concept of Mitáhára, Pathya and Apathya.
- Hatha Yogic parampará.
CYT 103 INTRODUCTIONS TO SHAD DARSHANAS (SIX STREAMS OF PHILOSOPHY)
Chapter 1: Vedas and Upanishads
Vedas, the foundations of Indian culture; antiquity, the four main Vedas, Science and Technology of Vedas, why Vedas, Prasthánatraya, Essence of the Vedas-Upanishads, the style of Upanishads, the two main quests – Happiness Analysis and Quest for reality; concept of Dharma and higher dimensions of Dharma.
Chapter 2: Sáñkhya and Yoga
Introduction, 3-fold afflictions, means to overcome afflictions, 25 entities according to Sáñkhya and means of knowledge; Sáñkhyaváda, similarities and dissimilarities between Vyakta and Avyakta, Triguna; Existence of Purusha, plurality of Purusha, proximity of Purusha and Prakruti.
Chapter 3: Chárváka, Jaina & Buddha
Concept of Chárváka philosophy in the ÚpãDarshanas; Early Buddhism, rules and disciplines of Buddhists tradition; The concept of rebirth, origin of suffering and the way to remove suffering in Buddhism; The concept of Jèva, Ajèva according to Jainism.
Chapter 4: Nyáya&Vaiseshika
Concept of Nyáya philosophy means of salvation according to Nyáya and Vaisheshika; The sixteen Padárthas according to Nyáya, means and objects of knowledge according to Nyáya and Vaiùeúika; Relation between Nyáya and Vaisheshika philosophy; Perception (Pratyaksha), inference (Anumána), comparison (Upamána) according to Nyáya and Vaisheshika.
Chapter 5: Mimamsa
Uttara Mimamsa: Concept of Pramána, Pratyaksha, Anumána; Difference between Vidyá & Avidyá, subject & object, creation & causation, cause & effect;
Pürva Mimamsa: Pramánas of Jaimini, Atheism in Pürva Mimamsá. CYT 104 PANCHAKOSA VIVEKA SIDDHANTA (PRINCIPLES OF FIVE LAYERS OF EXISTENCE)
Chapter 1: Concept of body, health, disease and Yoga: –
Concept of Yoga, PancaKosa, the basis for the Integrated Approach of Yoga Therapy, PancaKosa practices of Annamaya, Pránámáya, Manomaya, Vijnánamaya and ÁnandamayaKosa.
Chapter 2: Health and Yoga Therapy through Yoga Vásistha:
Concepts of Ádhi and Vyádhi as found in Yoga Vásistha, the remedial measures, Handling the mind and emotions-enhancing the power of discrimination.
Chapter 3: Health and Yoga Therapy through Gheranda Samhitá:
Historical aspects, life of Gheranda, the dimensions of Hatha Yoga, contributed by Gheranda in comparison to other texts, study of the text and their usefulness in modern times.
Chapter 4: Health and Yoga Therapy through Hatha Ratnávali:
Details of Heath Ratnavali, study of the teachings available and their usefulness in modern times.
CYT 201 and 202 INTRODUCTIONS TO HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
Chapter 1: The Body as a Whole
Organization of the body, the chemical basis of life, anatomy of cells, physiology of cells and tissues
Chapter 2: Support and Movement
Skin and its appendages, skeletal tissues, skeletal system, articulations, anatomy of the muscular system, physiology of the muscular system
Chapter 3: Communication, Control, and Integration
Nervous system cells, central nervous system, peripheral nervous system, sense organs, endocrine system
Chapter 4: Transportation and Defense
Blood, anatomy of the cardiovascular system, physiology of the cardiovascular system, lymphatic system, immune system, stress
Chapter 5: Respiration, Nutrition, and Excretion
Anatomy of the respiratory system, physiology of the respiratory system, anatomy of the digestive system, physiology of the digestive system, nutrition and metabolism, the urinary system, fluid and electrolyte balance, acid-base balance
Chapter 6: Reproduction and Development
Male reproductive system, female reproductive system, growth and development, genetics and heredity
CYT 203 INTRODUCTIONS TO CONVENTIONAL MEDICAL SYSTEM
Chapter 1: Familiarity with commonly used drugs and surgical procedures, as relevant to the work of a yoga therapist.
Chapter 2: Familiarity with common medical terminology.
Chapter 3: Knowledge of how to reference current healthcare information relevant to the work of a yoga therapist, including pathologies, disorders, drugs, and surgical procedures, as relevant to the work of a yoga therapist.
CYT 205 CASE HISTORY WRITING AND ASSESSMENTS
Chapter 1: Documentation
Documentation of the health records and patient complains in a standard and systematic manner.
Chapter 2: Assessments
Assessments of Clinical parameters like- Blood pressure, Pulse rate, Breath hold time, Hip circumference, waist circumference, BMI etc, Diet parameters list with Calorie wise evaluation, Blood and Urine reports reading and understanding. (Introduction level), X-rays and ECG reports reading and understanding (Introduction level)
CYT 301 and 302 CLINICAL INTRODUCTION OF VARIOUS PSYCHOSOMATIC AILMENTS AND THE PATHOPHYSIOLOGY
Modern Medical and Yoga therapy principles and practices for diseases related to different system of the body.
Chapter-1: Cardio-vascular Disorders:
Ischaemic heart disease, Hypertension & Peripheral vascular disease.
Chapter-2: Respiratory Disorders:
Bronchial Asthma, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder (COPD), Allergic Rhinitis, Pulmonary Tuberculosis, Sleep Apnea & Snoring.
Chapter-3: Rheumatology, Muscle & Bone Disorders:
Pain in the limbs & back, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Osteoarthritis, Connective tissue disorders & Muscular dystrophy.
Chapter-4: Digestive Disorders:
Acid peptic disease, Irritable bowel syndrome & Hepatitis.
Chapter-5: Neurological Disorders:
Migraine & Tension headache, Cerebro-vascular accidents, Epilepsy, Pain, Autonomic dysfunctions, Idiopathic Parkinson’s disease, Multiple sclerosis & Refractory errors of vision.
Chapter-6: Psychological Medicine:
Neurotic disorders, mood disorders, Schizophrenia, Chemical abuse, Eating disorders, Phobias, Mental retardation & Obsessive compulsive disorder.
Chapter-7: Endocrine & Metabolic Disorders:
Diabetes mellitusm, Thyroid dysfunction, Disorders of adrenal cortex & Obesity.
Chapter-8: Obstetrics &Gynecology:
Physiology of pregnancy, Pregnancy induced hypertension, Pre-eclampsia, Intra-Uterine Growth Retardation (IUGR), Menstrual disorders (e.g., dysmenorrhoea, pre-menstrual syndrome), Infertility & Menopause.
Chapter-9: Rehabilitation Medicine:
Neurological disorders, Cardiac disorders, Musculo-skeletal disorders, Physical disabilities & Occupational health.
Chapter-10: Geriatric Medicine
Chapter-11: Medical Oncology
CYT 303 MIND BODY MEDICINE & BIOMECHANICS
Chapter 1: Mind-body Medicine
- A historical view of Mind-Body Medicine, Mind-body relationship in ancient Indian texts, Pioneers responsible for the new era of mind body medicine: Norman cousins, Herbert Benson, Deepak Chopra, Dean Ornish, Bernie Siegal and Lorry Dossey.
Chapter 2: Mind-body relationship and modern medicine
- Epidemiological studies, Clinical studies and Experimental studies.
- The healing system of the body, the healing environment.
- Tools in mind-body medicine: Western psychology.
- Tools in mind-body medicine: Indian psychology based on yoga.
CYT 304 SPECIAL TECHNIQUES AND ADVANCE TECHNIQUES OF YOGA THERAPY
Chapter 1: Yoga Therapy Technique
- Oncology Special Technique Theory and concepts
- Neurology Special Technique Theory and concepts
- Cardiovascular Special Technique Theory and concepts
- Anxiety & Depression Special Technique Theory and concepts
- Respiratory disorder Special Technique Theory and concepts
- Masculo-skeltal disorder Special Technique Theory and concepts
- Back pain, Neck pain Special Technique Theory and concepts
- Diabetes and Metabolic disorder Special Technique Theory and concepts
- Obesity Special Technique Theory and concepts
- Gastro-Intestinal Disorder Special Technique Theory and concepts
Chapter 2: Advance Techniques
- PET Theory and concepts
- CM Theory and concepts
- MSRT Theory and concepts
- ANAMS Theory and concepts
- VISAK Theory and concepts
CYT 401- 405 THERAPEUTICAL TEACHING/ THERAPY TECHNIQUES OR TOOLS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS (PRACTICUM)
Yoga Practices for Psycho – Somatic Ailments
- Respiratory disorders like-Asthma, COPD etc
- Cardio-vascular disorders- Hypertension, Post CABG etc
- Psychiatric disorder-Anxiety, Depression etc
- Rheumatological problems- OA, RA, Muscular Dystrophy etc
- Neurological problems- Migraine, Epilepsy etc
- Onchological issues
- Spinal problems
- Metabolic disorder-Diabetes Mellitus, Thyroid disfunction etc
- Gastro – Intestinal Disorders
- Menstrual Disorders
- SükshmaVyáyáma: Simple and Standard Movements
- Voice Culture
In-depth knowledge of the application of yama and niyama. In-depth knowledge of the range of yoga practices and their potential therapeutic effects for common conditions Practices may include, asana (postures);pranayama (regulated breathing); meditation and relaxation techniques such as bhavana (visualization), mantra (recitation), and ritualized activities such as nyasa and mudra; and vihara (lifestyle modifications) including basic yogic dietary concepts.In-depth knowledge of contraindications of yoga practices for specific
Advance techniques of Meditation Practicum
1. Pránic Energization Technique (PET)
2. Mind Sound Resonance Technique (MSRT).
3. Mind Imagery Technique (MIRT)
4. Mind Emotion Technique (MEMT)
5. VijnánaSádhanáKaushala (VISÁK)
6. Ánandámrita Sinchana (ÁNAMS)
- Sectional breathing- Variations of Clavicular, Thoracic, Abdomen
- Jala Neti (Saline water)
- Sutra neti (Thin Cathetor)
- Vastra Dhouti (Cloth)
- Danda Dhauti (Thick catheter)
- Sankha prakshalana
- Kunjal Kriya
- Yoga Nidra
- Instant Relaxation Technique
- Quick Relaxation Technique
- Deep Relaxation technique
CYT 501- 502 PRINCIPLES AND SKILLS OF LEARNING AND DELIVERING TO PATIENTS (PRACTICUM)
Chapter 1: Therapist-client relationship development skills
In-depth knowledge of, and observed capacity for,well-developed communication skills: listening, presence, directive and non-directive dialogue.
Demonstrated ability to recognize, adjust, and adapt to specific client/student needs in the evolving therapeutic/professional relationship.
Demonstrated ability to recognize and manage the subtle dynamics inherent in the therapist/client relationship
In-depth knowledge of and demonstrated ability to implement effective teaching methods, adapt to unique styles of learning, provide supportive and effective feedback, acknowledge the client’s/student’s progress, and cope with unique difficulties/successes.
In-depth knowledge of and demonstrated ability to transmit the value of self-awareness and self- responsibility throughout the therapeutic process.
In-depth knowledge of and demonstrated ability to develop and adjust appropriate practice strategies to the client/student.
Chapter- 2: Group therapy sessions and Personal One-to-One sessions
Basic knowledge of and demonstrated ability to design, implement, and evaluate group programs.
Familiarity with group dynamics and techniques, including communication skills, time management, and the establishment of priorities and boundaries, as well as techniques to address the specific needs of individual participants, to the degree possible in a group setting.
Demonstrated ability to conduct intake and assess the client/student, including
- Taking a history of the client and his/her condition(s); and
- Assessing the current condition using the tools relevant to the yoga therapist, including an evaluation of the physical, energetic, mental, emotional, and spiritual dimensions of well-being.
Demonstrated ability to elicit the goals, expectations, and aspirations of the client/student.
Demonstrated ability to integrate information from the intake, evaluation, and observation to develop a working assessment of the client’s condition, limitations, and possibilities.
Demonstrated ability to apply knowledge of how to determine which aspects of the client/student’s conditions, goals, and aspirations might be addressed through yoga therapy.
Demonstrated ability to identify priorities and set both long- and short-term goals the client/student.
Demonstrated ability to apply knowledge of pacification, purification, and strengthening strategies.
Demonstrated ability to apply knowledge of strategies that address common and pathologies of the major human systems and common mental health conditions, as well as other goals and aspirations of the student as relevant to the work of a yoga therapist.
Demonstrated ability to apply knowledge of how to combine intake, evaluation, observations, and working assessment to develop an appropriate practice or session strategy for individual clients/students as well as group classes, taking into consideration the holistic nature of the individual.
Demonstrated knowledge of how to choose and prioritize the use of yoga tools and techniques, including selecting, sequencing, adapting, and modifying yoga practices appropriate to the needs of clients.
Demonstrated ability to teach or deliver the appropriate practices for individuals as well as groups, taking into consideration the assessment of their conditions, limitations,possibilities, and the overall practice strategy.
Demonstrated ability to facilitate the client/student’s experience of the practice,including
- providing instruction, demonstration, education of the client/student using multimodal strategies of education such as auditory, visual, and kinesthetic learning tools; and
- providing supportive strategies for the client/student to actively participate in his/her practice, such as a means to remember his/her practice (e.g., auditory and visual tools).
Demonstrated ability to develop and maintain therapeutic relationships including
- fostering trust by establishing an appropriate therapeutic environment through privacy, confidentiality, and safety; and
- practicing effective, client/student-centered communication based upon a respect for, and sensitivity to, individual, familial, cultural, social, ethnic, and religious factors.
Demonstrated ability to provide follow up and re-planning, including
- gathering feedback, re-assess, and refine the practice and to determine short-term and long-term goals and priorities;
- addressing new and changing conditions, goals, aspirations, and priorities of the student/client and to provide appropriate support; and
- Providing appropriate closure for the therapy sessions.
CYT 6 ETHICALS AND LEGAL REGULATION IN PROFESSIONAL PRACTISE
Chapter 1: Ethical Principles
In-depth knowledge of yoga practices and methods for self-inquiry related to establishing, practicing, and maintaining ethical principles.
In-depth knowledge of generally accepted ethical principles of health care codes of conduct and yoga’s ethical principles. Demonstrated ability to apply knowledge of generally accepted ethical principles and related concepts from the yoga tradition to professional interactions and relationships.
In-depth knowledge of the scope of practice of yoga therapy, resulting in the demonstrated ability to discern the need for referral to other modalities.Knowledge of the extent of one’s own individual training, skills, and evolving experience in yoga therapy, and knowledge of the importance of practicing within such parameters.
Chapter 2: Legal, Regulatory, and Business Issues Pertaining to Yoga Therapy
Knowledge of current relevant local, state, and national laws and regulations impacting the work of a yoga therapist.
Basic knowledge of business practices relevant to the work of a yoga therapist, including record keeping, planning, and financial management.
Chapter 3: Relationships with Peers, Mentors, Clinicians, and Organizations
Basic knowledge of other healthcare fields and their potential role in and relevance to the work of a yoga therapist.
Basic knowledge of how to establish, maintain, and utilize a referral network of peers and related healthcare practitioners and organizations.
Basic knowledge of how to develop and maintain ongoing collaborative relationships .
Chapter 4: Continuing Yoga Therapy education
Knowledge of the fundamental value of ongoing personal practice, long-term mentorship, and skills maintenance/development through continuing education.
Knowledge of when and how to seek advice and support for case consultation, advancement, and personal practice.
Attending Yoga therapy scientific conferences and seminar held round the globe.
Prescribing and reading Yoga therapy journals for the updates.
CYT 7 FIELD TRAINING (INTERNSHIP) – UNDER EXPERT SUPERVISION
Chapter 1: Visit to Yoga therapy health Centre
Department wise inpatient and out-patient administration of Yoga therapy and care for patients. Counseling and diet therapy followed by yoga therapy sessions. Presentation and case discussions with specialists and super-specialists in Medico’s involved in yoga therapy and research.
Chapter 2: Yoga therapy sessions in Conferences/Seminar/workshops
Actively participating in the events of Yoga therapy by playing a role of Yoga therapist and teaching to the patient under a specialist.
Chapter 3: Yoga therapy Group and private sessions
Under the supervision of prime teacher, giving therapies to the patients undergoing yoga therapy session by the doctor or Senior therapists.
- Total Course Duration- 1 years
- Holidays/vacations- Chinese new year- 10 days, Christmas / New year- 10 days and all calendar holidays of Singapore except Sundays
- Week days (Monday to Friday)
- Day Session- 10.00am to 3.00 pm (Lunch break- 1.00pm to 2 pm)
- Or Evening Session- 7.00pm to 10.00pm
- Saturdays Session- 9.00am to 2.30pm and 3.00pm to 8.30pm (Lunch break 12.30pm to 1.30 pm; DRT 2.30 to 3.00pm; Tea break 4pm to 4.30pm)
- Sundays Session-8.00am to 1.00pm and 2.00pm to 7.00pm (Lunch break 1.00pm to 1.30 pm; DRT 1.30 to 2.00pm; Tea break 4pm to 4.30pm)
|REGULAR FACULTY||VISITING FACULTY|
Dr Satyam Tripathi
Course Principal & Director
Bachelor in Ayurvedic Medicine & Surgery (BAMS)
Doctor of Medicine (MD)-Yoga & Rehabilitation
Ms Meghan Campbell
Senior Yoga Teacher and Pilates Gyrotonic trainer
Yoga Teacher- E-RYT 200hrs (Yoga Alliance)
Ms. Ong Pei Jia, Monalisa
Certificate in Ayurveda Priciples (CAP)
Senior Yoga Therapist
Diploma in Yoga Therapy (DYT)
Ms. Rena Peirron
Senior Yoga Therapist
Yoga Teacher-200hrs (International Yoga Federation)
Diploma in Yoga Therapy (DYT)
- NOTE : THAT COURSE FEES IS NON REFUNDABLE AND NON TRANSFERABLE IN ANY CIRCUMSTANCES.
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- Rai, Lajpat : Discovering Human Potential energy: A Physiological Approach to Yoga (AnubhavaRai Publications, 1998).
- Dr R Nagarathna and Dr H R Nagendra, Yoga and Cancer,SwamiVivekanananda Yoga Prakashana, Bangalore, 2000.
- The Mindbody Prescription: Healing the Body, Healing the Pain; By John E. Sarno, Paperback .
- Mind-Body Medicine: Foundations and Practical Applications (Psychosocial Stress Series); by Leo Rotan, Hardcover.
- Yoga Instructor Certificate Course (YICC)
- Yoga Therapy Foundation Course (YTFC)
- Ayurveda-Yoga Therapy Foundation Course (AYTFC)
- Yoga Therapist Training Course (YTTC)
- Certificate in Intensive Yoga Therapy (CIYT)
- Senior Yoga Therapist Training Course (SYTTC)
- School Teacher’s Yoga Training Course (STYTC)