RYT-300 Mandatory Modules

Foundations Module – 25 Hours

  • Introduction to Working one-on-one with Yoga Clients
  • Define Yoga Wellness and Describe Benefits
  • Scope of Practice
  • Finding and Retaining clients
  • Physiology of Pain and Illness; Pain Cause and Effect
  • Mind/Body Explorations
  • Energetic Anatomy for Wellness
  • Applied Chakras
  • Homework will include: Reading Pain Free by Pete Egoscue and A Handbook of Chakra Healing by Kalashatra Govinda

Yoga Anatomy, Physiology and Kinesiology Part 1 – 10 Hours

  • Asana Analysis
  • Partnered with Leslie Kaminoff’s Yoga Anatomy Course
  • Provides 10 Contact Hours and 20 Homework Hours
  • Homework: Reading Yoga Anatomy, 2nd Edition (Leslie Kaminoff/Amy Matthews), Watching Leslie and Amy’s Videos; other homework as assigned

Yoga Anatomy, Physiology and Kinesiology Part 2 – 48 Hours

  • Anatomy for Clients
  • Structure and Function: Anatomy and Physiology
  • Trail Guides: Trail Guide to the Body 5th Edition, Trail Guide to the Body, Student Workbook 5th Edition, and Trail Guide to Movement (Purchase this from us)
  • Homework will include: Reading Yoga Anatomy, 2nd Edition by Leslie Kaminoff and Amy Matthews, Trail Guides (TG) books and completing TG workbook assignments (NOTE: Trail Guides books will be need to be purchased on the first day of class. Please bring a check or cash for $120)

Assessments Module – 70 Hours

  • Subtle Energy Assessments
  • Physical Assessments – Range of Motion, Strength, Posture
  • Assessments Practicum
  • Homework will include: Reading  Handbook of Chakra Healing by Kalashatra Govinda

Yoga Wellness: Plan, Design, Execute – 41 Hours

  • Contraindications for Specific Conditions
  • Developing Complete Yoga Wellness Plans
  • Yogic Techniques for Common Conditions
  • Homework will include: Assignments from Yoga as Medicine by Timothy McCall and reading Pain Free by Pete Egoscue
  • Foam roller required for this module

Specialty Module – 76 Hours

What You'll Learn: Detailed by Yoga Alliance Category

Teaching Methodology

  • Definition, Benefits and Clients of Yoga Wellness Programs
  • Finding and Retaining Yoga Clients for one-on-one Wellness Programs
  • Methods of Yoga Client Training

Yoga Anatomy, Physiology and Kinesiology

  • Range of Motion and Strength Assessments
  • Postural Assessments
  • Physiology of Pain and Illness
  • Subtle Anatomy (Energy) Assessments
  • Physical Anatomy, Physiology and Kinesiology
  • Pain Cause and Effect
  • Anatomical Mind/Body Explorations
  • Asana Analysis (Anatomy and Kinesiology)

Yoga Philosophy, Lifestyle and Ethics

  • Scope of Practice and Legalities
  • Applied Chakras
  • Yogic Lifestyle Changes for Common Conditions
  • Self-Care
  • Philosophy of Restorative Yoga

Techniques, Training and Practice

  • Yoga for Cancer
  • Yoga for Hips, Shoulders and Core: Keys to Wellness
  • Contraindications for Specific Conditions
  • Mind/Body Explorations
  • Yoga for Healthy Back
  • Yoga Wellness Plan Evolution
  • Yogic Techniques for Common Conditions
  • Restorative Yoga Techniques and Practices

Practicum

  • Assessing Clients (Physical and Non-Physical)
  • Planning and Developing Yoga Wellness Plans for Specific Conditions
  • Teaching Energetic and Physical Anatomy
  • Teaching Asanas, Pranayama, Meditation, Restorative Yoga and other Yogic Tools

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