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Foundations of Yoga Therapy: Module I 300 Hour Training

Wednesday, March 27 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm



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$200 Refundable Deposit

Your Path to Becoming a Yoga Therapist | 1000 Hour YT Program

Yoga Therapy Certification In-Person or Online

Module 1 starts on March 27th; applicants must also have completed a 200-hour yoga teacher training.

Program hours will include a combination of weekend on-site classes, virtual learning classes, pre-recorded content, and academic mentorship hours. Attendees can join us in Austin, TX for our hybrid program or can join us for remote learning via Zoom.

The program is intentionally structured so Module 1 can serve independently as a 300-hour Yoga Alliance approved teacher training certification.  This is a wonderful alternative to traditional 300-hour teacher training for students interested in pursuing a more therapeutic approach to yoga teaching or who are looking to integrate private sessions into their offering.

Class Schedule

Weekly Virtual Learning Hours: Offered virtually on Zoom
Tuesdays: 4pm-6pm

Weekend Training Hours: Offered both in-person and virtually on Zoom
• Friday: 1pm – 6pm
• Saturday: 9am – 5pm
• Sunday: 8am – 4pm

Weekend classes will meet approximately once per month.  A detailed schedule will be provided upon signup.

An Integrative IAYT Accredited Professional Yoga Therapy Program

Our program is designed to provide the tools, knowledge, and support necessary for you to be confident in your yoga therapy practice. Our Staff includes dual-licensed yoga therapists who help you:

Prepare for a career path by teaching you how to integrate yoga with western medical approaches
Acquire the training required to effectively interact with both medical professionals and clients

Yoga therapy is a process of healing and wellness that is steeped in the wisdom scriptures of yoga. It utilizes the time-honored best practices of yoga as related to wellness, wholeness, overcoming obstacles, and achieving liberation to equip individuals to take charge of their own lives.

The Practice School of Yoga Therapy’s approach to yoga therapy is grounded in the philosophical principles and practices of yoga, behavioral change, and western science.

A Path Toward Holistic Healing

We teach a whole-person approach to wellness that allows you to look beyond your client’s symptoms to identify obstacles and apply tools that address the root cause of their suffering:

Learn how to apply yoga-based philosophy and mindfulness techniques to achieve mental, emotional, and energetic shifts
Understand the interconnected relationships in the body and how to develop asana and breathing techniques to improve functional movement and release tension

Transformational & Evidence-Based Practices Of Yoga

Yoga therapy is rooted in the practice of helping people understand their experience and find balance so they can recognize their innate sense of wellness.  We don’t ‘treat’ or ‘heal’, we guide people toward their own capacity to heal themselves.

Learn to apply apply mindfulness-based problem solving, emotional regulation, and healthy coping strategies
Incorporate evidenced-based yoga, meditation, breathing, and mindfulness-based practices into your current (therapy) practice to increase self-regulation and general wellness

Who is yoga therapy for?

Yoga Teachers

Our program benefits teachers who are looking to expand their knowledge in order to alleviate suffering and improve the overall wellbeing of their clients and students.
Most yoga teachers have experienced the transformative power of yoga and are on a mission to share its benefits.
The reality of the modern yoga world makes it difficult to do that.  Group classes can be a revolving door of students and the economics can leave teachers feeling burnt out and depleted.
Our yoga therapy program provides students with the knowledge necessary to stand in your own authority and provide lasting value for your clients.

Licensed Professionals

Our program is designed to help integrate yoga with other western modalities.
A significant portion of our student base is seeking a dual license.  If you’re a yogi looking to integrate yogic tools into your existing practice, we can help.
Our student base includes a whole spectrum of yogis who currently practice other healing modalities. Anyone from a massage therapist seeking to help clients retrain functional movement patterns to a licensed clinical social worker looking to integrate somatic practices into their clients’ healing journey.
Our teaching staff has the expertise to guide you into a whole-human approach to healing.

Payment Plans

Students are required to place a deposit for each Module to secure their spot in the course. After paying the deposit, students can choose to pay-in-full for the Module prior to the program start date or set up a monthly payment plan.

Module 1 is paid individually. After completion of Module 1, students can choose to enroll in Modules 2, 3, and the practicum at the same time and with a combined payment plan.

Note: All payment plans incur a $150 payment plan fee per module to cover the costs associated with our payment plan software.

The next program start date for Module 1 is March 27, 2024
Deposits must be received by March 1, 2024 to be considered for the 2024 Yoga Therapy Program.

Note: There is a book list containing required reading that accompanies this course. Students are required to purchase these books separately.  The estimated cost of these materials is $325.

Before beginning the practicum, students will be required to obtain liability insurance in order to provide services as a Yoga Therapy Intern.  We recommend BeYogi (est. $175/year).

Meet the faculty & learn more here!


Wednesday, March 27
8:00 am - 5:00 pm


Practice Yoga Austin South (The Church)
414 Johanna St W
Austin, TX 78704 United States
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