The Center for Integrative Yoga Studies (CIYS) is a collaboration between yoga teachers, yoga therapists and integrative healthcare professionals founded by Marlysa Sullivan, Tra Kirkpatrick and Holle Black. Combining the latest research and methods of yoga and therapy with traditional and innovative applications of meditation, biomedical and pain science, as well as yoga practices and philosophy, all CIYS training programs offer an experiential learning environment and tangible knowledge and tools to integrate into group classes and private sessions.
CIYS’s 300-hour advanced therapeutic yoga teacher program has been taught across the country and in Canada, and has many graduates working in the field of yoga therapy. Their program is based on understanding, experiencing and learning ancient yoga philosophy and practices combined with the latest scientific research into the effects of yoga on health, transformation and well-being.
The 300-hour yoga therapy program is designed for yoga practitioners, teachers and health care providers who want to specialize in yoga’s therapeutic aspects and builds upon an Yoga Alliance approved 200-hour program. Successful graduates of the CIYS 300-hour Advanced Therapeutic Yoga Teacher Training program qualify to register with the Yoga Alliance as a 500-hour Registered Yoga Teacher.
Evolation is hosting the following 300-hour programs in 2017:
April 7 – April 9: Myofasciae, Prana & Bandhas: Merging Anatomy and Spirit
June 9 – June 11: Yoga & Trauma: Healing with Tantra Hatha Yoga
July 28 – July 30: He(art) of Hands-On Assisting
October 6 – October 8: Experiential Anatomy & Therapeutic Essentials of Yoga: Shoulders, Arms & Neck
December 8 – December 10: Seeds of Change: Yoga & Dialogue for Discovery & Transformation
Learn more about CIYS programs and 300-hour certification: http://integrativeyogastudies.com/