Patanjali’s Yoga Sutra manages to find a way to call attention to our negative mental patterns within the context of a shared human experience. The teachings are offered in a nonjudgmental, forgiving format that provides the space for us to see ourselves with clarity, unfiltered. Through our exploration and discussion, it is my hope that we can inspire each other to recognize and harness the internal power we each have to change the world by changing how we think.
Based on the Viniyoga lineage with core alignment principles drawn from the Iyengar tradition, this program is designed to take instructors with their RYT200 and advance them into a vocational level of teaching, capable of working with specialty classes and individuals. Additionally this training will enable teachers to begin cultivating the eye, mind and vocabulary of a yoga therapist through learning how to customize practice.
This 10-day training is an intensive immersion in the EYT orientation to yoga therapy. It serves as a dual platform for those interested in enrolling in the EYT Therapist Training. For RYT500s who need to fulfill the viniyoga pre-requisites, the Bridge program offers you the fundamentals followed by a year of mentored support to learn how to weave these new tools directly into your teaching. For RYT200’s, this training will be the first of a three-part 300 hr. Foundations of Yoga Therapy Training. This program will prepare you fully for the EYT 2018 Therapist Training and ensure all pre-requisite competencies are covered.
Essential Tools for Teaching: Therapeutic Yoga for the Neck and Shoulders; Scoliosis & Breath Hygiene
The dedicated yoga teacher recognizes the learning process is never complete, but rather it is our job to constantly refine our ‘vidya’, and increase our knowledge of the teachings and practices of yoga. Certified Yoga Therapist Robin Rothenberg happily returns to Santa Fe to share her expertise in the areas of structural support for students with chronic neck and shoulder pain as well as scoliosis, building on the foundation created through the Essential Low Back Training. In addition, Robin will offer new insight into the ancient practices of pranayama, redefining our mainstream understanding of a ‘healthy breath’.
SYTAR is IAYT's annual membership conference dedicated entirely to professional education, research, practice, and policy issues for yoga therapy. This is the premier conference for the field of yoga therapy.
Join Robin and Rachel for five days of in-depth training on how to assess & address lower back, sacrum & pelvic conditions to support your students in safe & healing ways.
With yoga-related back injuries on the rise and millions of people suffering from chronic lower back pain, it’s time for yoga teachers to be proactive! This training is based on the methodology used in the groundbreaking National Institutes of Health studies published in the Annals of Internal Medicine and Archives of Internal Medicine.
Essential Yoga Therapy is pleased to be entering its fourth cohort of the IAYT Accredited Therapist Training Program starting in Fall 2018. This training has evolved over the past five years and continues to grow and improve as we learn more about how to support dedicated yoga teachers in becoming highly skilled and competent yoga therapists. Rooted in the Viniyoga tradition of adaptive yoga therapy, EYT weaves together yoga philosophy, fascial anatomy, neuroscience, respiratory science, and ayurveda to create a comprehensive and unique orientation to yoga therapy.
The ancient yoga masters instructed us to conserve our prana so our mind would be clear and our energy vibrant. Linking breath to prana, they discovered the secret to health through a process of reduction and subtlety. This webinar hopefully will cause you to question your current mode of practicing pranayama and may literally transform every breath you take!
with Patrick McKeown, Buteyko Breathing
This course is for those who have been practicing Buteyko breathing themselves and would like to be certified as a practitioner. Space is limited so contact Robin asap if you are interested to get on the list.
Launch yourself into the fascinating world of fascia research as it applies to the practice of yoga and movement therapy.
Learn the necessary skills to stand out from the crowd as a yoga teacher, and become a leading pioneer in the development of the therapeutic applications of movement and yoga.
We are pleased to introduce this unique opportunity to study online with Tom Myers and Robin Rothenberg, plus other leading visionaries, who are opening new doors into our understanding the amazing wonders of the body.
The Ancient Yogis knew how to conserve their prana - the vital energy that supports all life. While modern yoga practices emphasize bigger, deeper breathing, the ancient yogis understood that the healthiest breath is light and subtle. Learn how the physiology of breathing and health are intricately linked and how by breathing less you can reduce symptoms of many common conditions.
In a groundbreaking new online course, Fascia and the New Anatomy of the Body, Tom Myers of Anatomy Trains and Robin Rothenberg come together to offer a revolutionary perspective on fascia as it pertains to movement in general and the practice of yoga specifically.