Rediscover the therapeutic potential of Yoga
The Australian Yoga Therapy Conference (AYTC) is the first major Yoga Therapy conference ever to be held in Australia. The AYTC is at the cutting edge of this fast expanding field, bringing together Australia’s leading Yoga therapists and researchers with the world’s most prolific Yoga researcher, Dr. Shirley Telles.
This conference will explore the specific and profound ways Yoga can assist in maintaining good physical and mental health and in recovery from illness. It also provides evidence-based research about the therapeutic benefits of Yoga.
Benefits of attending the AYTC
- Learn from leading Yoga therapists and researchers
- Learn practical techniques to apply with your clients
- Educate yourself about the latest Yoga research
- Connect with like-minded professionals in the field of Yoga therapy
- Deepen your knowledge of Yoga as a therapeutic practice
AYTC is for
- Yoga therapists seeking to expand their knowledge
- Yoga teachers who want to add a new dimension to their teaching
- Medical doctors, health professionals and complementary therapists who want to use evidence-based, Yoga practices in their work
- Yoga researchers seeking to learn from and connect with leading researchers
- Anyone who wishes to use Yoga to improve their health
Australian Yoga Therapy Conference Speakers – World Class Professionals
This inaugural event includes a range of high profile speakers and teachers, from a range of disciplines and Yoga lineages. Keynote speaker, Dr. Shirley Telles, is the world’s most prominent Yoga researcher, with 108 published articles to her name. Other key speakers include Professor Marc Cohen and Dr. Craig Hassed, international leaders in the field of Integrative Medicine and Complementary and Alternative Therapies.
Simon Borg-Olivier is arguably one of the best known faces of Yoga in Australia. He is joined by Dr. Swami Shankardev Saraswati, one of Australia’s most well respected Yoga Acharyas (authorities) and Yoga therapists. Andrew Wells Director of Dru Yoga in Australia, will present, as will, Dr. Shaun Matthews, head of the Ayurvedic Medicine faculty at Nature Care College, one of Australia’s largest natural therapy colleges, general practitioner and Yoga therapist.
The AYTC is supported by the Australian Association of Yoga Therapists (AAYT) – the only Australian association of Yoga therapists. The conference is also supported by the International Association of Yoga Therapists (IAYT).
Join Yoga teachers, Yoga therapists, Yoga therapy researchers and health professionals in this Australian first to rediscover the therapeutic potential of Yoga.