Svastha Yoga Therapy Program

Building on the Teachings of Krishnamacharya

This professional program on yoga therapy brings you the most effective aspects of traditional yoga and ayurveda combined with modern medicine.

Designed especially for yoga teachers and advanced practitioners, the program should also be of interest to people from related fields.

Specific guidelines for different conditions and general treatment principles will be detailed, empowering you to safely and effectively address disabilities and ill-health through yoga.

The goal is to enable participants to integrate newly acquired knowledge immediately in their teaching, particularly in private sessions.

Program Structure

The program is delivered in 7 intensive modules (5 days for each module) with a flexible structure. Each module may be attended independently and certificates will be issued for each module.

Every module aims to help you immediately begin applying what you have learned. Opportunities for specialized studies (e.g. in-depth consideration of particular body systems, ayurveda etc. will also be offered).

Body | Locomotor System

Module 1: Low Back, Pelvis & Lower Limb

Module 2: Cervical & Thoracic Spine, Upper Limb

Breath I Internal Medicine & Breath

Module 3: Anatomy, Physiology and Sequencing of the Breath, Respiratory and Cardiovascular Disorders

Module 4: Pranayama, Ayurveda, Neurological/Digestive/ Hormonal/Immune systems

Mind I Yoga Psychology & Psychiatry

Module 5: Depression, Addictions

Module 6: Stress, Anxiety

Integration and Completion

Module 7: Holistic case studies, Assorted topics. 

Program Contents

Program Highlights

Authoritative background in classical yoga and ayurveda

This program offers a direct link to profound sources.

Mainstream medical content

You can feel confident in interacting with healthcare professionals using the knowledge you gain from this program.

Clear, practical approach

The highlight of Svastha yoga’s approach is clarity and usability.

Holistic perspective

Combining traditional yoga with a wide spectrum of modern medicine (general medicine, rehabilitation, psychiatry), complementary medicine (movement therapies, myofascial work, herbs), and ayurveda wherever relevant.

Open framework

The modular approach, combined with an emphasis on mainstream acceptability, means you can integrate these skills easily with other studies, as well as build upon them.