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1258RE: [internationalyogafederation] Yoga therapy certificationProgramJune 17-July 2 and August 4-22

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  • RMIYA@earthnet.net
    Jun 8, 2009
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      Wondering if you have received the emails that i have sent to you.
      i am happy to talk with you about our programs
      Dona Smith with Rocky <mountain Institute of Yoga and Ayurveda
      Namaste Dona
      info at rmiya.org

      Quoting Kaivalyadhama Yoga Institute <kdham@...>:

      > Dear Aarti
      > You can refer to www.kdham.com <http://www.kdham.com/>
      > as one of the options.
      > Subodh
      > नमस्ते!
      > for details please log on to
      > www.kdham.com
      > -----Original Message-----
      > From: internationalyogafederation@yahoogroups.com
      > [mailto:internationalyogafederation@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of
      > Aarti Ranchod
      > Sent: Sunday, April 05, 2009 2:28 AM
      > To: internationalyogafederation@yahoogroups.com
      > Subject: Re: [internationalyogafederation] Yoga therapy
      > certificationProgramJune 17-July 2 and August 4-22
      > Namaste,
      > I am really very interested in attending the upcoming 300hr yoga
      > theray program starting in June. I am from South Africa and have
      > completed my yoga teacher training with Ananda Sanga here in SA who
      > are also registered with International Yoga Federation. I am a
      > pharmacist by profession.
      > Can you please give me more info regarding the cost involved and
      > also any possibilities of accomodation whilst i am there as i have
      > no family or friends there .
      > Regards
      > Aarti Ranchod
      > South Africa
      > ----- Original Message -----
      > From: RMIYA@earthnet. <mailto:RMIYA@...> net
      > To: internationalyogafe
      > <mailto:internationalyogafederation@yahoogroups.com>
      > deration@yahoogroups.com
      > Sent: Sunday, March 29, 2009 6:17 AM
      > Subject: [internationalyogafederation] Yoga therapy certification
      > Program June 17-July 2 and August 4-22
      > the Rocky Mountain Institute of Yoga and Ayurveda presents our
      > 300- hr Yoga Therapy
      > Professional Certification Training
      > Program
      > Offered in two training segments: June 17-July 2, and Aug 4-22
      > "RMIYA's Yoga Therapy Certification Program, under the careful
      > direction of Professor Buhrman, opens the door for any diligent
      > student to explore the vast therapeutic potential of the Yogic
      > tradition in a contemporary context. After graduating, I came back to
      > my small Midwest town and was immediately employed as the resident
      > Yoga Therapist in the local Integrative Medicine Clinic."-- Matthew
      > Remski, Baraboo Yoga and Living Arts
      > About the Program
      > This Certification program, now in its eleventh year, offers a unique
      > opportunity for in-depth study with a distinguished faculty of leading
      > Yoga Therapists, each of whom has many years of professional
      > experience. One of the most highly regarded and comprehensive
      > programs in the country, it gives students exposure to important Yogic
      > tools and techniques for bringing healing and well-being to others.
      > This in-depth training allows certified or registered Yoga teachers
      > and health care professionals with extensive Yoga backgrounds to
      > develop the skills necessary to use the knowledge and techniques from
      > all of the limbs of Yoga in a healing context.
      > Students will learn Yoga Therapy diagnostics which include patient
      > intake and assessment from postural and movement perspectives, Yoga
      > psychology, and Ayurvedic perspectives. The cause and development of
      > diseases is studied from both Western and Ayurvedic viewpoints, and
      > relevant research on Yoga therapy methods is presented. The training
      > emphasises Yoga Therapy methods for managing or healing a variety of
      > conditions such as accidents and injuries, muscular skeletal
      > disorders, diseases of aging, metabolic disorder weight gain, and
      > diabetes, allergies and asthma, stress-related illnesses, digestive
      > disorders, cancer, depression and anxiety, other mental and emotional
      > disorders, and spiritual emergence difficulties. Client management,
      > ethics, legal issues, and how to develop referral relationships with
      > medical and other health care professionals will be included.
      > Internship projects will be assigned, and each student will work with
      > three patients for a period of approximately four months.
      > The application of Yogic knowledge and healing practices include the
      > following techniques:
      > § Yoga asana therapy appropriate for fit, injured, and aging persons.
      > § Restorative Yoga, Yoga Nidra, and guided visualization techniques
      > for the achievement of deep levels of physical and emotional release,
      > relaxation and healing.
      > § Pranayama and meditation techniques specific to certain diseases and
      > doshic imbalances.
      > Yogic and Ayurvedic diets appropriate to specific diseases, and simple
      > Ayurvedic aids to healing.
      > The Shat Kriya practices of Hatha Yoga and their uses in disease management
      > The use of Vedic Mantras for healing
      > Outline of the Training
      > All sessions of the seminar will meet from 12:30 to 6:30, EXCEPT FOR
      > lunch prior to the start of class. Lectures will be given in the first
      > part of each session, and the more experiential parts will follow.
      > Project assignments of approximately 3 hours duration will be given
      > approximately every other day. Students should plan to utilize the
      > morning time for personal yoga practices and for completing assignments.
      > The training is composed of 1-4 day Courses on each topic included in
      > the Training; with the number of days in each course shown in
      > parentheses below.
      > Session One: Skills Develoment and Tools for Assessment
      > 1. History and Scope of Practice of Yoga Therapy (1)
      > 2. Ayurveda for Yoga Therapists (3)
      > 3. Hatha Yoga Shat Karma (Kriya) Practices (2 mornings)
      > 4. Yoga Psychology of the Yoga Sutras (2)
      > 5. The Principles of Breath in Healing (1)
      > 6. Structural Yoga: Musculo-Skeletal Reading and Adjusting the Body
      > for Yoga Asana Therapy (4)
      > 7. Restorative Yoga (1)
      > 8, The Stress Response and Methods of Deep Relaxation (1)
      > 9. Yoga Nidra (2)
      > Interim Internship Project/Client Assessment
      > Research Paper (to be submitted in duplicate to internship director,
      > plus one copy for each student in the program so that everyone can
      > benefit from everyone e;lse?s research): Students will research and
      > describe one common disease, the traditional Yogic/Ayurvedic
      > approaches to treating it, and report on and evaluate Yoga therapy
      > research which has been done. The student will choose a specific
      > disease or syndrome, describe it medically and ayurvedically and Yoga
      > therapy research and treatment protocols which have been used to treat
      > that disease. Students are expected to search both the IAYT and
      > PubMed websites, as well as other sources.
      > Client assessment. In the month intervening between sessions, each
      > student will interview three people who would like to be assessed for
      > the purpose of receiving individualised Yoga therapies. The interview
      > will include, for each person, history and symptoms of each complaint,
      > medical history, Ayurvedic assessment of prakrti and vikrti, and
      > structural Yoga analysis. There will be no charge to the client.
      > During the second session of the training, the student will develop a
      > Yoga Therapy treatment plan for each of the three clients which
      > includes asana, pranayama, shat karma, relaxation, meditation, and
      > diet and lifestyle suggestions. This plan will be presented to the
      > group and the internship supervisor during the ?client management?
      > days during session II of the training.
      > Session II: Yoga Chikitsa: Yogic Treatments for Disease
      > 10. Body Systems, Physiology, and Pathology (4)
      > 11. Yoga Therapies for Allergies and Asthma (1)
      > 12. Yoga Therapies, Diet, and Lifestyle for Metabolic Syndrome, Weight
      > Reduction, Diabetes, Heart
      > Disease (2)
      > 13. Yoga Therapy for Cancer Patients (2)
      > 14. Accidents and Injuries (2)
      > 15. Repetitive Strain Injuries (1)
      > 16. Yoga Therapy for Frail Elders (1)
      > 17. Applied Yoga Psychology for Depression, Anxiety, Spiritual and
      > other Mental and Emotional
      > Disorders (2)
      > 18. Client Management and Referral, and Presentation of Case Studies (3)
      > Completion of Internship and Awarding of Certification
      > Returning home, students will implement the selected Yoga therapy
      > program for each of their original three clients, and follow up
      > with each client according to established protocol and regular,
      > scheduled consultations with the internship director. Certification
      > will be given at completion of treatment protocol, final evaluation
      > of progress of each client, and submission to the internship director
      > of a formal. There will be no charge to the client.
      > Part Five: Completion of the Yoga of the Heart Program taught by
      > Nischala Devi (Optional)
      > Details of this 75-hour cardiac training are available at
      > www.abundantwellbeing.com. This training entitles the graduate of
      > RMIYA?s program to a 375-hr Yoga Therapy Certification from RMIYA.
      > Faculty members who participate in teaching our Yoga therapy trainings:
      > Dr. Sarasvati Buhrman, Ph.D. RYT (E-500)
      > Felicia Tomasko, R.N.
      > Dr. Gary Brown, D.O.
      > Jnani Chapman, R.N.
      > Swami Brahmananda
      > Swami Dharmavati
      > Swami Karma Karuna
      > Mangala Warner, M.S. RYT (E-500)
      > Deborah Quilter (RYT-E500)
      > Jonas Westring,, P.T.
      > Patricia Hansen, M.A., RYT (E-500)
      > Hansa Knox, RYT (E-500)
      > Dr. John O?Hearn, M.D.
      > Faculty bios are available upon request
      > Texts required for the training
      > Training Manual
      > Structural Yoga Therapy, Mukunda Stiles
      > An anatomy text of your choice
      > The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali?A Study Guide to Books I and II, Baba Hari Dass
      > Ayurveda and Panchakarma, Sunil Joshi
      > Yogic Management of Asthma and Diabetes, Swami Shandkardevananda
      > Anti-Cancer: A New Way of Life, David Servan-Schreiber, MD, PhD
      > Recommended:
      > A History of Modern Yoga, Elizabeth de Michaelis
      > The Gherandha Samhita (Kaivalyadham version preferred
      > The Healing Path of Yoga, Nischala Devi
      > Who May Attend
      > Registered or certified Yoga teachers, health care professionals with
      > substantial yoga asana experience, and trainees in 500-hr Yoga or
      > Ayurveda programs. Our instructors for this intensive represent
      > several different traditions of teaching; and participants from all
      > Yoga traditions are welcome. Please include 1) a copy of your 200-hr
      > YTT certificate, 2) a resume, and 3) an application letter documenting
      > your qualifications along with your registration fee.
      > Program Certification
      > RMIYA will award a 300-hr Yoga Therapy Certificate to all participants
      > who complete this training. No certifications will be given until all
      > assignments have been completed. Transcripts of all completed courses
      > are available on request from the Rocky Mountain Institute of Yoga and
      > Ayurveda. A 375-hr Yoga Therapy Certification will be awarded when
      > participants have completed both this intensive and The Yoga of the
      > Heart Cardiac Yoga training with Nischala Devi, which is offered
      > approximately four times per year in various locations. Information on
      > this training can be obtained at www. abundantwellbeing.com
      > Application of Yoga Therapy Hours toward
      > 500-hr Yoga Teacher Training
      > RMIYA is careful to distinguish between advanced Yoga teacher training
      > (advanced training in the practices and philosophy of Yoga and
      > teaching methodology which allows the teacher to teach intermediate
      > and advanced practices of Yoga sadhana), and Yoga Therapy training
      > (which is focused on using the practices of Yoga for the purposes of
      > healing and requires a great deal of specialised training which is
      > entirely different from that of a Yoga teacher). The first session of
      > the Yoga therapy training, approximately 140 hours, may be counted
      > toward our 500 hour Yoga Teacher training program, because it is
      > applicable to both Yoga teachers and Yoga therapists. The second
      > session, which is entirely focused on disease management, is not
      > applicable to the 500-hour certification.
      > In some of our trainings, however, a 500-hr program may run
      > concurrently with the Yoga Therapy training. In this option, students
      > also meet 6:30-10:30 am. each morning of the Yoga Therapy Training,
      > for specific training in intermediate and advanced practices of Yoga.
      > One additional training period of approximately 8 days is then
      > required for a certification as a 500-hr teacher.
      > About RMIYA
      > The Rocky Mountain Institute of Yoga and Ayurveda, founded in 1990, is
      > a not-for-profit educational institution dedicated to the purity and
      > preservation of the ancient teachings and an exploration of their
      > application to modern life. Founded by Sarasvati Buhrman, Patricia
      > Hansen, and Richard Freeman in 1990, we are the oldest school of Yoga
      > and Ayurveda in Colorado and are approved by the Yoga Alliance, the
      > International Yoga Federation World Council of Yoga, and the National
      > Ayurvedic Medical Association. We are dedicated to the preservation of
      > the ancient traditions of Yoga and Ayurveda, and to exploring their
      > applications to modern life. We offer training programs in Yoga
      > Teacher Training (200 and 500-hr programs), Yoga Therapy and Ayurvedic
      > Medicine (750- and 1500-hr programs), Ayurvedic Postpartum Care, and
      > Yoga Therapy .
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