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September 7–14, 2014 Sunday–Sunday 7 nights
Continuing Education Credits

Mudras for Healing and Transformation Yoga Teacher Training: A 7-Day Intensive

Joseph Le Page, Lilian Le Page, Cathy Prescott, Jennifer Reis, and Genevieve Yellin
Joseph Le Page

Joseph Le Page is the founder and director of Integrative Yoga Therapy (IYT) and a pioneer in yoga therapy training programs. Since 1994, more than 3,000 students have participated in IYT programs, which draw on…
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Lilian Le Page

Lilian Le Page has been teaching yoga for 20 years. She graduated from the four-year teacher training program of Vayuananda and also completed a three-year Vedanta study course on the Bhagavad Gita. Lilian’s teaching focuses…
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Cathy Prescott

Cathy Prescott is director of Integrative Yoga Therapy’s Home Study Program and serves as a mentor for the Professional Yoga Therapist Internship Program. She has been teaching since 1999 and brings more than 25 years…
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Jennifer Reis

Jennifer Reis, E-RYT 500, Kripalu faculty member, director of Kripalu’s 200-hour yoga teacher training program, and Integrative Yoga Therapy faculty member, creates sacred space for students to journey into realms of deep peace and healing.…
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Genevieve Yellin

Genevieve Yellin, E-RYT 500, RCYT, RPYT, PYT, and IYT, has studied adaptive yoga, restorative yoga, spinal integration, anatomy trains myofacial studies, Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy, and Svastha Yoga, and is currently studying acupuncture. Her background…
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Program Details

For yoga teachers.

Embark on a journey of integration and healing that blends mudra, asana, pranayama, bandha, and meditation. This training is designed for 200-hour yoga teachers who are ready to delve deeper into their practice.

You learn

  • 108 key mudras
  • An understanding of how the five koshas form a framework for the journey of integration and healing, and how mudra, asana, pranayama, and bandha can be combined to support this integration
  • How mudras facilitate breathing and how they can be combined with asana and bandha to prepare for pranayama
  • The use of mudras for specific health conditions, including assessment of students’ needs and application of appropriate techniques
  • Ways to create inspirational classes and individual sessions, using a combination of mudra, asana, pranayama, and bandha to explore the eight limbs of yoga and balance the five elements for Ayurvedic healing
  • The use of mudras to deepen meditation.

Discover the power of mudras in a training that expands your horizons and your yoga teaching.

Required reading Joseph and Lilian Le Page, Mudras for Healing and Transformation (Integrative Yoga Therapy); Ray Long, The Key Muscles of Hatha Yoga; and Robert Sapolsky, Why Zebras Don’t Get Ulcers. This course includes a 50-page manual with additional in-depth information.

Note This training is 65 hours and students will receive a certificate of completion. Participants who have completed the Integrative Yoga Therapy Professional Training Program at the 500-hour level may request licensing to present this training in their communities. This training also qualifies for the Module III component of 500-hour certification.

CE Credits
This program is eligible for
  • 65 credits for Yoga Alliance (YA), $30 additional charge
  • 65 credits for Athletic Trainers (BOC), $30 additional charge