“When I applied for the Breathing Deeply Yoga Therapy program, I was working one-on-one far more than teaching classes and I was moving forward professionally, building a committed client base. I was also moving from Georgia to Upstate New York permanently.
Since starting the program I have left all previous clients and professional connections. I took a month off teaching to reconnect with myself. I have created a stronger “off the mat” practice, implementing it into daily life.
There were several things that appealed to me about Breathing Deeply over other Yoga Therapy programs; the self-paced curriculum, accessibility to Brandt and the modern language style presentation of “ancient” healing modalities. Brandt’s presentation of the material makes it so understandable and digestible. He is an extremely gifted teacher because he takes knowledge and experience and teams it with his candid sense of humor. His disarming nature makes him relatable and he connects with each of his students.
To anyone considering the BDYT program I would say that aside from the professional training, this course will deepen your yogic practice with yourself. You will learn to love, understand and heal yourself if you choose.”
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Welcome to episode 2 of the Breathing Deeply Yoga Therapy and Meditation Podcast! At Breathing Deeply we offer Yoga Therapy Foundations and IAYT Advanced teacher training programs. Inside these programs, we have weekly Q&A sessions with students and Breathing Deeply founder & lead teacher. Brandt Passalacqua. This episode has been taken from a live Q&A […]
Today’s episode is a recording taken directly from a live Q&A session with Breathy Deeply founder, Brant Passalacqua and students of our Yoga therapy foundations program. Brandt covers how a yoga therapy session usually flows, whether you need to specialize as a yoga therapist, the difference between depression and anxiety and how to approach mental […]