Yoga-Informed Psychotherapy Foundational Training


This foundational training for Yoga-Informed Psychotherapy is a 25-hour didactic and experiential training aimed at introducing the therapist to the use of Yoga in treatment. Yoga-Informed Psychotherapy brings two worlds together; the western conceptualization and practices of the treatment for those who suffer with mental health concerns and the 2,500 year-old living tradition of yoga that seeks to illuminate the self.

This training focuses on specific facets of Yoga theory, concepts in neurobiology, and the neurobehavioral model of Somatic Experiencing. Participants will walk away with skills in orienting, breath work, meditation, restorative yoga postures and pranayama practices for the spectrum of mental health concerns. This training highlights, the parallels between Eastern and Western systems of healing, introducing the practitioner to an integrated lens of holistic based mental health treatment.

To register for this training created by Livia Budrys, visit Live Oak

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It will not do to merely listen to great principles. You must apply them to your life. That is called practice.
— Vivekananda Compilation (7:117)