In this course students will learn a dynamic process for life change sourced from psychology, neuroscience, yoga philosophy, and the dharma underlying mindfulness. They will learn how to effectively apply yoga therapy tools and process to support clients in awareness that will help them change and apply what they learn to their particular life situation. The course combines instructional live webinars, group discussion, practicum, mentoring, session feedback, video feedback, professional reading, as well as how to apply this approach to yoga therapy to various population groups for personal growth with specific learning goals.
Format: Online Live Webinar Series with Mentored Practicum. 13 webinars over 5 months. All of our online webinar courses are conducted in real time with live faculty-student interaction. Attendance during the live webinar, as scheduled, is required.
Schedule: Offered twice annually. Fall 2019: Thursdays, 5-7pm ET: December 5, 19, January 9, 16, 30, February 13, 27, March 12, 19, 26, April 16, 23, May 7 – Final Closure. May 21 – Course End Date. Spring/Summer 2020: most likely Wednesdays 4-6pm.
Application: A brief questionnaire (link provided upon registration) and personal interview with Michael is required prior to final acceptance into the course.
Required Reading: The Art of Taking Action: Lessons from Japanese Psychology, by Gregg Krech; From Science to God: A Physicist’s Journey into the Mystery of Consciousness, by Peter Russell.
For more details about this course, please see PRYT Life Mentoring.