The Integration Module weaves together all the elements of the Integral Yoga Therapy modules to ensure participants have assimilated Integral Yoga therapeutic teachings. Content includes teaching methods, professional practice skills, yogic lifestyle, the yoga therapy profession, mind-body integration, goal setting, self-care, and support strategies. Individual and small group activities will support students in exploring and applying content. Students will also choose a specific health concern and work more deeply on the application of yoga therapy for that population. Participants will leave this module prepared to work with clients individually and in small groups as they venture to build their practice in their own community.
In-person course dates: July 20–31
Optional Guest Stay
no teacher leading, just Accommodations
And the the actual course dates:
IYTh Integration Module
Tuition ($1050.00) + Accommodations
**Please register before May 18 if planning to attend!!**
After (May 4, 2022) the deposit and program tuition is non-refundable and non-transferable. If canceling before (May 4, 2022), the balance will be refunded minus $125 administration fee. This course may be cancelled two weeks prior to the start of the course due to low enrollment, in which case you will receive a full refund for the course tuition.
Yogaville has it's own separate cancellation and refund policy for the Accommodations.
For more information or payment plan request.
--IYTh students contact Satya at firstname.lastname@example.org
Lakshmi has practiced movement for much of her life. Integral Yoga® captured her heart and mind in the 1990s, and the richness of Yoga began unfolding in her life. With a deep understanding and appreciation of Swami Satchidananda’s teachings, Lakshmi weaves the wisdom from contemporary yogins throughout her practice. She is a trainer of Integral Hatha Yoga teachers at the basic and intermediate levels and enthusiastically shares her fascination with the human body during basic anatomy workshops.
Lakshmi served as the Director of the Integral Yoga Academy and the Integral Yoga Teachers Association at Satchidananda Ashram–Yogaville for five years. Her current seva is developing the Integral Yoga Therapeutic Yoga certification program. Lakshmi’s supportive instruction is suitable for a wide range of abilities, with different classes ranging from gentle and restorative to energetic and challenging.
Steffany is a Yoga therapist and researcher specializing in rheumatic diseases. She currently serves as director of Clinical and Academic Research at the Maryland University of Integrative Health. She received her 200-hour Yoga teacher training at Satchidananda Ashram–Yogaville in 2003 and her 500-hour training from Yama Therapeutics. Steffany spent seven years at Johns Hopkins University, developing and evaluating a Yoga program for individuals with rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis, which has been replicated in collaboration with the National Institutes of Health. She is the founder of Yoga for Arthritis, an organization bringing evidence-informed Yoga programs to people, nationwide, with arthritis, as well as educating Yoga professionals to work safely and effectively with this population.
See more at Arthritis.yoga