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Stage Two Syllabus 2021

DAY TRAININGSONLINE WEDNESDAYSASHRAMS
DATEMODULESTOPIC
MODULE ONE: THE ESSENCE OF A THERAPIST
October
TRAINING DAY ONE

9.15am – 4.15pm
THE ESSENCE of a THERAPIST Essential skills for a Therapist
Therapeutic Relationship, Communication, body language, counselling
ASSIGNMENT 1.
October
Wednesday on line
6-8pm
1.ESSSENCE OF A THERAPISTMindfulness for Health ONE
Staying grounded and well as therapists
November
Wednesday on line
6-8pm
2.ESSSENCE OF A THERAPIST Mindfulness for HealthTWO
Staying grounded and well as therapists
November
Wednesday on line
6-8pm
3.ESSSENCE OF A THERAPIST Koshas and Ayurveda
How we introduce to clients
November
Wednesday on line
6-8pm
4.ESSSENCE OF A THERAPIST KLESHAS
How we introduce to clients
MANDALA ASHRAM
November/December

SELF REALISATION through teachings on ANCIENT TEXTS and PHILOSOPHY
YOGA THERAPY teachings relating to ancient texts and Philosophy
MODEL TWO: THE BREATH PRANAMAYA KOSHA
January
Wednesday on line
6-8pm
5.THE BREATHThe Breathas the master
Value of breathwork, mechanics of breathing
January
TRAINING DAY TWO

9.15am – 4.15pm
5.THE BREATHPRANA and Breath – restorative and healing

Topics: Covid and long covid, mental health and respiratory illness

Assessments:
Yoga Therapy Observations
Assignment 2.

January
Wednesday on line
6-8pm
6.THE BREATHPRANA
Stress, Burnout and Chronic fatigue
January
Wednesday on line
6-8pm
7.THE BREATHHealing Breathing and Pranayama's
Further healing practices
MODULE THREE - THE BODYANNAMAYA KOSHA
February
TRAINING DAY THREE

9.15am – 4.15pm
MUSCULOSKELETAL& CHRONIC PAIN
TRAINING DAY ONE

BODY TRAUMA ONE
MSK conditions – an overview
The Yoga Therapists toolbox for working with MSK conditions
Assessments:
Yoga Therapy Observations
Assignment 3

February
Wednesday on line
6-8pm
8.MSK & CHRONIC PAINMSK
Pain science- what do we know about pain?
March
Wednesday on line
6-8pm
9.MSK & CHRONIC PAINMSK
Working with the client in pain – a biopsychosocial approach
March
TRAINING DAY FOUR

9.15am – 4.15pm
MUSCULOSKELETAL & CHRONIC PAIN
TRAINING DAY TWO

BODY TRAUMA TWO
Working with specific MSK and pain conditions
Creative approaches to working with back pain. Other chronic conditions covered could include fibromyalgia, rheumatoid arthritis, migraine and IBS

Assessments:
Yoga Therapy Observations
Assignment4

MODULE FOUR - THE MINDMANOMAYA KOSHA
March
Wednesday on line
6-8pm
10. TRAUMAAffective Neuroscience – processing of emotions

Internal Family Systems
Impact of physical and mental trauma on families and carers
March
Wednesday on line
6-8pm
11.TRAUMAChakras
relating to trauma
April
TRAINING DAY FIVE

9.15am – 4.15pm
TRAUMA TRAINING DAY ONEMental health conditions in relation to trauma

How to introduce concept of trauma to a client

Assessments:
Yoga Therapy Observations
Assignment5.

April
Wednesday on line
6-8pm
12.TRAUMA Restorative yoga & Yoga Nidra
Trauma informed
May
Wednesday on line
6-8pm
13. STUDENT LED THERAPY
SESSION 1.
VIDEO recordings of Yoga Therapy session(4 students)

In pairs: students each pre prepare a 20 minute video recording of being the therapist for a one-to-one session with a co-student.

ASSESSED by Trainers
May
TRAINING DAY SIX

9.15am – 4.15pm
TRAUMA TRAINING DAY TWOPsychosomatics
How to work with denial and disassociation in chronic health

Assessments:
Yoga Therapy Observations

MODULE FIVE – WISE YEARSVIJNAMAYA KOSHA
May
Wednesday on line
6-8pm
14. 15. STUDENT LED THERAPY SESSION 2.VIDEO recordings of Yoga Therapy session(4 students)
In pairs: students each pre prepare a 20 minute video recording of being the therapist for a one-to-one session with a co-student.

ASSESSED by Trainers
June
Wednesday on line
6-8pm

15a. STUDENT LED THERAPY SESSION 3 (FIRST HOUR)


Followed by:

15b.COMPASSIONATE BASED PRACTISES (SECOND HOUR)
VIDEOS of Yoga Therapy session(2 students)
In pairs: students each pre prepare a 20 minute video recording of being the therapist for a one-to-one session with a co-student.

ASSESSED by Trainers

Value of Self Compassion practise
relating to chronic health conditions and life threatening conditions.
June
Wednesday on line
6-8pm
16., AYURVEDA 2.Ayurveda
How to introduce Ayurveda to client and how to use within the therapeutic process
SIBFORD RETREAT JULY

Day One: Cancer NJ
Day Three: Menopause VA (SM)
Day Four: Older age related MSK conditions VA

Assessments:
Yoga Therapy Observations
Assignments 6 and 7: choose two from the training day topics

September
TRAINING DAY SEVEN

9.15am – 4.15pm
NEUROLOGY The Brain and Spinal Cord Injury/deterioration

Topic examples: Parkinsons, MND , Alzheimers, strokes, MS, MND, spinal cord injury, brain tumours, Guillain Barre syndrome

Assessments:
Yoga Therapy Observations
Assignment 8

October
Wednesday on line
6-8pm
18. STUDENT LED THERAPY SESSION 4.VIDEOS of Yoga Therapy session(4 students)
In pairs: students each pre prepare a 20 minute video recording of being the therapist for a one-to-one session with a co-student.

ASSESSED by Trainers
MODULE SIX– BECOMING A PROFESSIONALANANDAMAYA KOSHA
Confidence as a yoga therapist

October
Wednesday on line
6-8pm
19.YOGA THERAPY IN PRACTICEYoga Therapy into NHS
Future of Yoga Therapy in NHS
October
TRAINING DAY EIGHT

YOGA THERAPY IN PRACTICE Students delivery of Yoga Therapy with ‘real’ clients
9.15am – 4.15pmACCREDITATION VISIT DAYPortfolio presentations to date to include:
• Completed and marked assignments
• 3 case studies
• Worksheets, quiz and other assessed documents
November
Wednesday on line
6-8pm
20.YOGA THERAPY IN PRACTICEProfessional Practice 2.
Professional Boundaries, processes, working individually and how to set up YT business
November
Group project One

Wednesday on line
6-8pm
21.STUDENT PRESENTATIONSGroup Presentations ONE
45 minutes, 15 mins Q and A. Each group 3 or 4 people

Group Presentations TWO
45 minutes, 15 mins Q and A. Each group 3 or 4 people

ASSESSED by Trainers
MANDALA ASHRAM RETREAT
November

PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT
student as a yoga therapist, assessed role plays
&
RESTORE

end of teachings, reflect and restore on Retreat
November
Group project two:

Wednesday on line
6-8pm
22. PRESENTATIONS. Group Presentations THREE
45 minutes, 15 mins Q and A. Each group 3 or 4 people

Group Presentation FOUR
45 minutes, 15 mins Q and A. Each group 3 or 4 people
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