Yoga enthusiasts interested in becoming a certified yoga teacher with the unique ability of adapting standard yoga poses and sessions to the physical and emotional needs of their students may be interested in learning more about the Beaumont School of Yoga Therapy. After completing the initial round of training, clinically-minded students may consider Level II Training which enables to students to work, one-on-one with individuals who specifically want to address key health challenges via yoga therapy.
Christina White, 48, of Belleville, who is enrolled in the school’s first Level 1 class this fall, has been looking for a science-based, yoga teacher training program for years.
“I’m all about the spiritual but I wanted that research foundation as well,” says White who works in information technology and practices yoga to keep her low back, plagued by two degenerated discs, strong and flexible. “At one point I couldn’t walk. Yoga keeps me mobile and pain free.”
For more information about this program, or it's charismatic director and lead instructor, yoga therapist Veronica Zador, visit http://www.beaumont.edu/press/news-stories/2015/8/beaumont-school-of-yoga-therapy-injects-medical-expertise-into-teacher-training-and-yoga-therapy-curriculum2/
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