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what is yoga-informed

When we think of “therapy” we most likely see the iconic “couch”. We visualize a client sharing their innermost thoughts, and a trained, professional nodding, writing, and mumbling an occasional “mmm hmm”.  For those who suffer with mental health concerns—and for those who treat them—this is a care model all too familiar and all too often, incomplete for both client and practitioner.

This is where Yoga-Informed Psychotherapy can help

Yoga-Informed Psychotherapy brings together Western concepts and practices of treatment and the 5,000 year-old living tradition of Yoga that seeks to illuminate the self. Essential facets of Yoga theory and practices are interwoven with neurobiological concepts, biopsychological somatic models, and psychodynamic and behavioral traditions of psychotherapy. This training will prepare you as a therapist to confidently utilize Yoga philosophy, psychology and practices, in a range of treatment settings and for individuals and groups.

Namaste and read on!


Train to become a Certified Yoga-Informed Psychotherapist and join the growing community of leaders in this bourgeoning field! Several professional training options are available to suit the intensity of your interests and your schedule. All trainings are approved for CEUs. 

  • One Day Introductory Workshop

  • Foundations Training I & Foundations Training II

  • Foundations I & II Retreat

  • 300 hour Yoga Teachers Training (coming soon)


Retreat to a week long immersion in the Yoga-Informed Psychotherapy certification program. Set in a stunning retreat space, filled with all of the amenities of total luxury and the spaciousness to sink deeply into your practice. Leave renewed, restored and Certified as a Yoga-Informed Psychotherapist! Additional consultation support post-retreat is available to participants.


Take your expertise to the next level while building community and networking. Consultation groups include thematic discussions, case consultation, skill building, experiential exercises, dyad and small group practice and process.