Yoga Therapy Taster Afternoon

Have you thought about training to becoming a qualified Yoga Therapist, but are not sure what the training involves? Our taster afternoon and Q&A time will give you a glimpse of what could await you on your journey to becoming a yoga therapist with Yogacampus.

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Have you ever thought about training as a yoga therapist but are not sure what the training involves? Or do you have a particular condition that may be helped by Yoga Therapy and you are interested in finding out more about a yoga therapy session?

If so, join us and get a taste of our Yoga Therapy Diploma and our low cost Yoga Therapy Clinic held every Thursday afternoon at The Life Centre, Islington. The afternoon will give you a glimpse of what could await you on your journey to becoming a fully qualified yoga therapist with Yogacampus.

Open Day Programme led by the Yoga Therapy Diploma board members.

• Overview of yoga therapy: Definitions of yoga therapy and how it is different from yoga teaching.
• The current training requirements.
• Overview of the Yogacampus Yoga Therapy Diploma course.
• Introduction to the Koshas and yoga models, and working holistically to empower the whole person.
• Experiential application of a yoga therapy assessment.
• Brief status update on yoga therapy in the NHS.
• What happens after graduating? As told by one of our graduates.
• Q&A, video, and introduction to the Yogacampus Online Platform

The Yogacampus Yoga Therapy Diploma is one of very few UK accredited yoga therapy training courses. We have been training yoga therapists since 2006 but launched the current course in 2011 when National Occupational Standards for Yoga Therapy were established in the UK. Like our highly acclaimed Yoga Teacher Training Diploma, we have a core faculty of widely respected teachers and yoga therapists, supplemented by experts in relevant fields to bring their differing perspectives to the course. The training provides a balanced mix of theory and practical work, with an emphasis on viewing a person as a holistic whole so that students gain an understanding of how to tailor a practice to an individual rather than relying on prescriptive practices for particular conditions. The development of practical skills is based on the student’s own explorations and experience of working with clients with medical conditions, supported by supervision from tutors and mentors.

Our diploma is accredited by the British Council of Yoga Therapy and the next course will run in October 2019.



British Council for Yoga Therapy

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