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Life as a Yoga Therapist with Alice Willenbrock

Interview with Yoga Therapy Graduate and Therapist Alice Willenbrock, on Life as a Yoga Therapist.

Yoga Therapy Referral Guidelines

How can you get referrals from doctors or other healthcare practitioners for Yoga therapy clients?

Yoga and Coronary Heart Disease in the Over 65s

It is well known that coronary heart disease (CHD) is the leading cause of mortality, morbidity and disability in Australia with the prevalence of CHD increasing rapidly with age, affecting around 1 in 7 adults (14%) aged 75+.
But CHD is mostly preventable.

How to use Touch Skilfully in Yoga Therapy

Touch is incredibly powerful and should be explored both as an assessment tool and as a therapeutic intervention.

‘Welcoming’: An Amazingly Powerful Tool for Yoga Therapists

One of experiential guidelines that you can use in your work, is to “welcome” and “listen” to what your client/student is presenting. This then enables them to feel empowered and connected to themselves, so they feel deeply seen, heard, acknowledged and authentic in their expressions, on every step of their journey of healing and awakening.

How to work Effectively as a Yoga Therapist in a Multi-Disciplinary Mental Health Team

Many Yoga therapists and teachers are working with clients who have mental health challenges, including anxiety and depression. Here are our top tips on how to work effectively as a part of a Multi-Disciplinary mental health team.

How to remedy chronic Musculo-skeletal Issues

Josephine Key is an internationally acclaimed neuro-muscular skeletal physiotherapist. She has published and presented her work in international peer reviewed journals, conferences and workshops. She is the author of the text book ‘Back Pain: A movement problem’.

The Healing Power of Vedic Chanting

Vedic chanting has commanded great respect among yogis of the past and it is often considered one of the most important yoga practices.

Can Yoga cure Atrial Fibrillation?

Atrial fibrillation (AF) is perhaps the most common heart rhythm disorder in the world. It affects approximately 240 000 Australians and it is also a risk factor for stroke.

What can you do with Yoga Therapy Training?

A common question for those contemplating Yoga therapy training is ‘How can I use my Yoga Therapy training after I graduate?’ This is something we are often asked by Yoga teachers considering our Graduate Certificate in Yoga Therapy.

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