SYS Newsletter 8/2015
YOGA THERAPY IN A HOSPITAL SETTING:
A TWO-PART WEBEX COURSE FOR YOGA TEACHERS AND YOGA THERAPISTS
October 23rd & 30th,
9 – 10:30 AM
“The Greatest Good To The Greatest Number.”
I love this quote, and the fact that it comes from utilitarianism is even more satisfying. From our standpoint as yoga teachers and yoga therapists, what could be more practical than yoga therapy in a hospital or health care facility?
Join me in this two-part Web-Ex course, and find out how the KP Thrive Yoga Therapy clinic began, how it operates and our vision for the future. This course is a must for anyone interested in pursuing the rich and rewarding work of yoga therapy in a hospital or health care setting. I hope to see you there!
Tuition: $125 includes:
- Online Curriculum
- Live Time with Expert
- Taped Recording
- Question & Answer
Call, email or register online:
This course is also a pre-requisite for the following Internship:
Beginning February, 2016!
Yoga Therapy in A Hospital & Functional Group Setting
Individual or small group Online Classes & Observation of YT Clinic at KP, and Neuro-Therapeutic Yoga at YogaWorks in Westlake Village, CA
Tuition: 30 hours of mentoring and observation.
INTRODUCTION TO VEDIC CHANTING WITH
Saturday & Sunday,
October 17 & 18
YogaWorks | Southbay
Jorge and I are delighted to offer this unique workshop on Vedic Chanting at YogaWorks South Bay! Anyone wanting to explore more about Vedic Chanting, we will provide the basic tools to embrace the art of chant into everyday life. Whether for professional teaching purposes or discovering the healing qualities of your own voice, this will serve as a classical introduction to the subtle and radiant gifts from the Vedas. A fuller description of each day’s breakdown can found in the link here: http://www.yogaworks.com/events/workshops/la/15_oct/vedic-chanting
$80 full weekend cost () as well $45 drop in Saturday only
Discounts: both the staff (30%) and TT Alumni discounts (15%) apply
Colleen Carroll is a Health Educator and Yoga Therapy Instructor at Kaiser Permanente in Woodland Hills, CA. As founder of KP’s Thrive Yoga Therapy Clinic at the Centers for Healthy Living, Colleen has pioneered a thriving program that brings the healing tools of yoga to all who seek them.
Colleen is a current participant in the YATNA yoga therapy program, partnering with Osher Center For Integrative Medicine. She also holds 500-hour certifications from the Healing Yoga Institute and Yoga Yoga Teacher Training from Samata International Yoga Institute.
Colleen’s private practice is in Topanga, CA www.soundyogastudio.com