Congratulations on deciding to become a Yoga Therapist. Sharing the teachings of yoga to ease suffering is a wonderful way to serve others. However, before you can enroll to become a certified Yoga Therapist, you need to complete a 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training.
These types of training are easy to find, but which one is right for you? If becoming a Yoga Therapist is your goal, then completing a 200 hour yoga teacher training created and led by Yoga Therapists is the way to go. Here are three reasons why:
When deciding which yoga teacher training to enroll in, the choices are endless and can be overwhelming. It can be difficult to know how to vet the training and the teachers and it can be tempting to choose a quick and/or cheap training. However, in the end, cutting corners only short changes your education.
So if your intention is to help others suffering regardless of age, gender, condition, health history, physical and mental ability, then taking a 200-hour yoga certification created and led by Yoga Therapists is an important piece of your yoga education. Making sure you start your training by learning from seasoned Yoga Therapists over an extended period of time simply makes the most sense, and it will guarantee you get the knowledge and mentoring you need to become a successful Yoga Therapist.
Are you ready to start your journey towards becoming a Yoga Therapist? Learn more about our 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Program today!
Most of us western yoga teachers have a similar path that looks something like this: We realize we are suffering (from an illness, anxiety, watching family age poorly, etc.) We find yoga and it helps us We want to share this amazing helpful thing called yoga with others We see our local studio has a […]
Yoga therapy is a relatively new method of healing born out of an ancient tradition. Yoga has been around for over 1,000 years. The idea of using yoga in a therapeutic context has been credited to Tirumalai Krishnamacharya who died in 1981 at the age of 100. We can think of yoga therapy the same […]
Listen in as Brandt discusses how a Yoga Therapist might work with a client who has already been to physical therapy, as well as some of the different approaches between the two therapies.