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We are pleased to announce that in 2022, we will offer the Aquarian Mental Health series in the US, Europe and Australia. In these courses you learn ancient yogic approaches and modern biomedical understanding of each condition and develop key skills for teaching Kundalini Yoga to those facing the challenges of modern times. In between the courses are group mentoring sessions to further your professional development.Find out more »
Anxiety and depression are among the most common struggles of our students. In this training you will develop the specific skills a Kundalini Yoga teacher needs to compassionately and effectively serve people with these concerns. Movement through Kriya, breath and mantra are time-tested approaches clinically demonstrated to be effective in helping people reconnect with their body, regain vitality, restore ease in their life, reduce symptoms and in many cases, fully recover. A review of related yoga and meditation research and curriculum for group and private classes are provided.Find out more »
Open to those enrolled in the certification track only. This segment is required before clinical practicum begins.
The yogic understanding of the process of change, the therapeutic relationship, how to administer a comprehensive assessment, form a treatment plan and track progress over time. The application of numerology as an assessment tool, motivational interviewing for changing health behavior, a process for helping your clients change self-limiting beliefs, and the influence of social determinants of illness and health are detailed.
Origins & Identity: An Exploration of Your Authentic Self is a frequency elevating gem. The experience of the course establishes endurance, subtlety, stillness, and radiant presence to stay centered and compassionate in the presence of sufferingFind out more »
Teaching Kundalini Yoga To People With Health Conditions (Online in English)
Level 1 Kundalini Yoga Teacher training prepares us to teach to people who are healthy. A separate set of skills is required to teach to people with health conditions. This training gives Kundalini Yoga teachers the foundation we need to begin to develop those skills and to deepen and expand the application of yogic philosophy, technique and habits of conscious living toward health recovery.Find out more »
This is an In Person Training!
No matter what the cause of the trauma, movement through Kriya, breath and mantra are time-tested approaches clinically demonstrated to be effective in helping people reconnect with their body, reduce symptoms and provide the support to move from a state of reactivity to an experience of safety and calm. This training provides the specific skills you need to compassionately, safely and effectively instruct a trauma sensitive Kundalini Yoga course for people with PTSD.Find out more »
Open to any yoga teacher! Explore the yogic understanding of death, build your capacity to be present with the dying and support grief recovery from a yogic perspective.
When we cultivate our own relationship with death, we become free to live fully, fearlessly, and with joy. In these four days you will develop your capacity for presence as you gain skill and understanding into the powerful yogic approach to facing death and transforming grief.
Finding and understanding research can be a daunting task. Have you ever wanted to look at the medical literature on yoga therapy but weren't sure where to start or how to evaluate the studies?Find out more »
International Kundalini Yoga Therapy Professional Training One of the required Online segments Open to all Kundalini Yoga Teachers As yoga teachers and therapists, we understand that yoga is beneficial. Knowledge of the scientific evidence supporting the benefits of yoga is helpful to advance our work. In this course you will: Learn to speak authoritatively on the research evidence when bringing yoga therapy or yoga programs into institutions such as hospitals, cancer centers, detox clinics, and schools. Increase your confidence when…Find out more »