Known as the classical yoga text, it is a summary of the yoga philosophy related to controlling the mind. The fourth chapter explains the difference between Spiritual guidance and the mind’s guidance. We will begin on the premises Patañjali discusses about the vṛtti and the kleśa and then, discuss the mind as outlined in Chapter 4. How does the mind affect our students? Where are they ‘stuck’? How can we support them through the tools of yoga? Why do we do yoga? What tools are outlined in the Sūtra that guide a yoga therapy session? What are the promises outlined in the Sūtra when you use the tools of the eightfold path? What is samādhi? What does it have to do with Yoga Therapy?
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A required 200 hours of core courses must be supplemented with 100 hours additional elective courses to complete the 300 Hour + certification.
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Samples of core topics include these and more:
Chakra, Tantra, and Esoteric Anatomy
Patanjali Yoga Sutras
Yoga Teaching Methodology
Hatha Yoga Classical Texts
Ayurveda for Yogasana Teachers
Samples of special interest electives include:
Yoga as Therapy