Module 6: Ayurvedic Applications and Diagnosis, Yoga Therapy’s Deepest Realm: Solving Pain and Suffering Through the Inner Koshas
September 12-18, 2020
Advanced Program ｜Residential ｜Module 6
Working with the Bliss & Wisdom Bodies｜Ayurvedic Foundations, Pulse & Tongue Yoga｜Yoga Therapy’s Deepest Realm
Prerequisite: Complete Through Lesson 36Retreat policies and guidelines
Bliss and Wisdom; Yoga Therapy For The Innermost Self Weekend #2, Ayurvedic Foundations, Pulse & Tongue: Ayurveda Applications and Diagnosis, and Yoga Therapy’s Deepest Realm: Solving Pain and Suffering Through the Inner Koshas
In this course, students will learn advanced assessment and practices to address issues related to the Wisdom and Bliss Bodies (Vijnanamaya and Anandamaya Koshas). Students will learn preparatory practices to facilitate access to the areas of self. The chakra based model for Vijnanamaya Kosha will be taught. Students will learn more advanced practices for ananamayakosha and how to share this information with diverse populations.
This course offers a practical overview of Ayurvedic Principles as they relate to yoga therapy. Students will gain the knowledge of Ayurvedic lifestyle guidelines as they relate to dosha diagnosis. Students will also learn to apply ayurvedic informed asana and pranayama. Shatkarma (cleansing) techniques will be taught with specific guidance on when these practices are most beneficial and how they might be offered to clients.
Pulse & Tongue: Ayurveda Applications and Diagnosis
Pulse and tongue assessment can provide much clarity to the Yoga Therapist when used correctly. In this course, students will learn the theory and practice of pulse and tongue assessment as it relates to the BDYT assessments taught in the Foundations Program. Students will complete this unit with the ability to confirm and add to assessments using these 2 techniques.
Yoga Therapy’s Deepest Realm: Solving Pain and Suffering Through the Inner Koshas
The inner Koshas are the Wisdom and Bliss Bodies (Vijnanamaya and Anandamaya Koshas). Suffering can often have its roots in these koshas, but it can be unclear how to shift practice appropriately to create positive client outcomes. In this course, we will look at the subtler shifts in practices for these koshas. Students will learn how to identify signs that they need to shift their client’s meditation practices related to these koshas as well as, effectively choose practices best suited to their clients. Students will examine teaching styles and language to educate clients from differing backgrounds. Case studies will be presented for clarity.