Integrating Yoga Therapeutics Into Rehabilitation

taught by Matthew J. Taylor, PT, PhD, C-IAYT

Course description

This 15 week, 3-hour, rolling enrollment, (you can start anytime),  self-paced graduate course was designed in collaboration with Hannah Millson, PT, DPT as her elective course in her doctor of physical therapy program at the University of Montana, Missoula, MT during the fall of 2016. The intention is to give graduate health professional students both a conceptual and experiential immersion in to how yoga therapeutics can be integrated in their future professional practice.

Each week has a didactic lecture video with citations, followed by an experiential practical class where those new principles are practiced and developed. Downloadable handouts for each are available, as is the audio file for the practice class.

Our intention is to have this course work take on a positive “viral” effect of accelerating the adoption of evidence-informed practices, but also as a powerful self-care tool of clinical mastery for the over-taxed graduate student.

Send your friends and colleagues, the course is free to all graduate students! Use coupon code "givingbackiytir" if you are a student. No credit card information needed. [When you click on "Register" credit card fields appear, but disappear without you having to submit credit card information when you submit the coupon code above.] Faculty and practicing providers email matt@smartsafeyoga.com for your unique code.

Matthew J.  Taylor, PT, PhD, C-IAYT
Matthew J. Taylor, PT, PhD, C-IAYT
Director

Dr. Taylor leads training programs and creates resources to incorporate smart, safe yoga for the international yoga community. Smart Safe Yoga fosters intelligent, creative and mindful sources of information and tools for yoga teachers, students, yoga therapists and conventional medical professionals who want to incorporate yoga principles into their practices and studios. His leadership in the field of yoga safety and science has made him an expert in yoga safety and injuries. Personally, he can attribute yoga to both changing his life and easing his chronic back pain. For more details see here.

Course Curriculum

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