Continuing Education: CEUs of 16 credits are available for IAYT and Yoga Alliance and may be available for MFTs, Psychologists, Social Workers, (Chemical Dependency) Counselors, and Nurses. Request information when you register.
Recommended Reading:Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy: A Bridge from Body to Soul by Michael Lee (free PDF with registration)
Learn to skillfully guide a process that brings clients into a state of self-awareness and inner presence, into the well of wisdom inside of themselves. Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy is a somatic method using present-centered embodied awareness established through the use of yoga postures, hands-on assists, and therapeutic dialogue to facilitate growth and healing.
Our entry level experiential Yoga Therapy Essentials is packed full of valuable tools to give you a taste of what you will learn in the full IAYT Accredited Yoga Therapy Certification. Gain introductory knowledge of 'what is' yoga therapy in this stand-alone course.
Receive for yourself the transformative work of Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy as you gain skills you can use right away!
Free download of the book Bridge from Body to Soul by Michael Lee
Private individualized yoga therapy session (outside of class time)
Daily inspiration practice for learning (outside of class time)
Who can benefit from Yoga Therapy Essentials? Anyone, really! Especially yoga therapists, yoga teachers, mental health professionals, physical therapists, physicians, nurses, occupational therapist, massage therapists, and others who want to gain greater insight into the mind-body connection.
I AM forever changed by the practice of the Phoenix Rising Method. We practiced the experience of Mind/Body/Spirit connection, cutting through the surface to live more authentically. More importantly, I learned what it truly means to be in present awareness and develop the intuition that is offered through the syncing of body and breath. I was able to grasp what is missing from my current practice and how be able to continue what I’ve learned and share it with others - but this was more about my development than anything else. It’s so easy to get Ah-ha moments and teach revelations but that is very different from embodying what we speak and living the experience through practicing it.