With over 24.75 hours of online video training, insightful commentary, interventions, and examples, you will have compelling new clinical strategies that you can immediately start applying in your practice! We encourage you to take the time to fully absorb everything. Watch the videos. Read the materials. Get your CE hours!But, if you review all of the course materials and are still not satisfied, give us a call at 800-844-8260. Your satisfaction is guaranteed.
We've crafted a one-of-a-kind training for rehab professionals, ensuring the seamless integration of these techniques into clinical contexts.
Our experienced instructors bring a whole new meaning to the “mind-body connection”. They're a multidisciplinary bunch – PTs, OTs and DCs alike who are also certified yoga therapists, wellness coaches, and even Reiki practitioners – and they’re sharing their robust insights with you. (And no, we won't ask you to balance on one leg while reciting mantras (unless you're into that).
They'll guide you through step-by-step protocols that will boost your confidence and have you integrating these techniques into patient care.
- Experience a holistic approach to treatment to address both physical and emotional aspects of pain and discomfort within patient care plans
- Tools to effectively evaluate respiration, core, diaphragm, and pelvic floor function
- Harness powerful respiratory training for pain relief, improved performance, stress reduction, and better sleep
- Versatile applications to address core weakness, fall risk, hip and pelvic instability, chronic low back pain, shoulder dysfunction, and more!
- Increase patient engagement and foster emotional resilience through yoga's synergy of mind and body
- Apply specialized techniques for patients across diverse populations: peds, neuro, geri, pregnancy, and more!
PLUS, an incredible bonus package with eBooks and trainings on mindfulness, meditation, tai chi, Ayurveda, and more!!
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- Tailored for Rehab Professionals: Crafted exclusively for you! Patient-centered techniques, ensuring seamless integration into your clinical practice for maximum impact.
- Versatile Techniques: Integrate yoga and breathwork across various populations for effectively addressing functional goals.
- Holistic Approach: Explore the connection between breath, muscles, joints, and fascial lines, unlocking a comprehensive understanding of healing dynamics.
- Mind-Body Connection: Shift chronic pain perception using mindfulness and meditation.
- Patient Empowerment: Equip patients with self-care tools for well-being, pain management, and occupational performance.
- Harness the Power of Breathing: Evaluate respiratory function, enhance neuroplasticity, and learn hands-on strategies for pain relief.
- Therapeutic Yoga and Medicine: Address core weakness, instability, and pain. Unlock emotional resilience via yoga's mind-body synergy.
- Neuroplasticity and Healing: Dive into Ayurveda and integrative medicine to enhance brain health. Learn practices to support cognitive change post-COVID.
- Comprehensive Approach: From anatomy to practical application, experienced instructors guide you. Gain tools to maximize patient outcomes across populations.
- Plus, earn up to 24.75 CE hours for one low price!!
- Fantastic speakers. Jam-packed with info but well organized. Appreciated references to studies as well as real-world issues with patients/clients.
- LOVED the emphasis on alignment, breathing, and modifications based on specific populations.
- I enjoyed the class and learning about using Yoga and breathing techniques to help myself and my clients.
- Excellent presentation. Deep experience and commitment to her work with patients and students.
- Very beneficial. Speakers are definitely experts in their fields and good communicators.
- Quite a lot of information, but an excellent compilation of it.
- Very good information to use with all patients.
- Michelle Lindsey was an excellent speaker, her seminar is one of my favorites of all time.
Tired of conventional yoga trainings that leaves you wondering how to fit "downward dog" into a rehab session, join us. This is where the worlds of rehab and yoga collide – in an effective, down-to-earth, and actionable course.
Breathing is the most basic and essential physiologic process… yet your standard examinations – focused on range of motion, posture, and balance – have completely overlooked this major player in overall health. With profound physiological effects on health and body mechanics, today’s evidence supports an integrative medicine approach that incorporates breathwork.Breathing Foundation: Importance of Diaphragmatic Breathing in Patient Care
- Anatomy of respiratory muscles
- Diaphragm & its relationship to the core
- Local vs. global muscles
- Considerations for the role of connective tissue
- Systems model approach-medicine today
- Fascial connections
- Somatic psychology
- Quickly assess breathing: diaphragmatic vs. apical
- Why and how breathing can become dysfunctional in healthy individuals
- Psychological and physiological benefits of diaphragmatic breathing practices
- Role in athletic environments and injury prevention
- The concept of posture stacking
- How the body & brain communicate with each other (body maps)
- Hands-on strategies to facilitate diaphragmatic breathing
- How to lock in change: conscious becomes sub-conscious
- Box Breathing
- Wim Hof Breathing
- Breath of fire
- Cannon breath
- Whistle breath
- Sitali pranayama
- Breath walk
- One minute breath
- Ujjayi breathing
- Alternate nostril breathing
- Teaching clients to breathe correctly
- How to use the breath in a meditation practice
Gain a comprehensive understanding of the proven health benefits of incorporating yoga across diverse patient populations. Acquire step-by-step guidance and knowledge on how mindful movement impacts each body system, deepening your grasp of when and how to implement various yoga techniques effectively.Beyond the Pose: Physiology of Yoga
- How it can be used as a tool for healing
- Research behind using yoga in patient care
- Impact of yoga on various systems of the body
- Brain and body science for stress and anxiety
- Biopsychosocial approach to medicine
- The role of mindful movement in daily living
- Quickly evaluate postural muscle imbalances and asymmetries
- Explore how the diaphragm connects and supports posture and movement
- Emphasize core activation for low back pain and balance
- Pranayama – 3 most effective yogic breathing techniques
- Poses to engage and relax the pelvic floor muscles
- Modifications for sitting
- Restorative vs active poses
- Kundalini Yoga and Kriya to unleash vital energy
- Basic mudras for supporting inner peace
- Body locks to harmonize the body-mind connection
- Low back and neck pain
- Chronic pain
- Poor balance, flexibility, or coordination
- Pelvic floor issues
- ROM limitations or postural misalignments
- Strength deficits or muscle imbalance
- Anxiety, depression, PTSD
- Long COVID
- Repetitive use injuries
- Geriatric clients
- COVID long haulers
- Pelvic health
- Neurological issues: Parkinson’s, peripheral neuropathy, TBI, stroke
- Work hardening
- How to determine the best pose for each diagnosis
- Safety, precautions, and contraindications
- Coding and billing updates for yoga rehabilitation
- Furthering your knowledge base of yoga
With this modern combination of western medicine and eastern philosophy, you’ll learn highly effective techniques that can be used anytime/anyplace for numerous client populations. This new paradigm moves away from isolated movements and to integrated and functional approaches that reduce pain and improve overall outcomes.
An exclusive bonus package unlike any other! Immediate access when you buy now!
- Transform pain perception with mindfulness and mind-body connection
- Integrate diverse techniques to shift pain relationship: mindfulness, meditation, Tai Chi, Qi Gong, and Yoga
- Unite proven methods with modern science for holistic health benefits
- Empower patients with tools for improved mental and physical well-being
- Integrative medicine, Ayurveda, breathwork and yoga for holistic wellness
- Combat pandemic-induced sedentary lifestyle and stress impact on body and mind
- Learn Ayurvedic techniques, diet, lifestyle, meditation, and yoga for pain management
- Practical tools to enhance patient care, immunity, mental health, and longevity
- Self-care strategies for the practitioner and patient
- Use Ayurveda & Integrative Medicine for increased brain neuroplasticity
- Address lingering neurological issues post-COVID
- Yoga, meditation & breathwork for cognitive change
- Incorporate age-old traditions into patient treatments
- Beautifully illustrated coloring sheets
- Simple instructions for yoga and mindfulness exercises
- Clear and accessible self-reflection and exploration worksheets
- Reproducible sheets for the home, classroom, or clinic
Jennifer Cohen Harper, MA, E-RYT, RCYT | Click here for information about Jennifer Cohen Harper
Harness key benefits of the practice in any setting: become stronger, more flexible, navigate challenging situations without becoming overwhelmed, rest when you need it, and much more. Each card includes a reflection question to help engage fully with the activities.
Yes! Once you register for this self-directed training, you'll have unlimited, on-demand access to all course materials allowing you to continue your education — and grow your practice — around your own busy schedule.
Michelle Lindsey, DPT, PT, MBA, has over 26 years of experience and is the owner of Rising Star Therapy Specialists, LLC, in Phoenix where she specializes in treating pediatric and adult special needs clients. Throughout her career, she has worked in various settings, including orthopedics, skilled nursing services, home health, outpatient, and acute care. Dr. Lindsey views her clients as unique individuals with varied skills and abilities. She inspires them to extend beyond their best efforts by providing a comfortable, compassionate, and respectful environment in which they thrive.Click here for information about Michelle Lindsey
Eric Cobb, DC, completed his chiropractic degree (magna cum laude) at the University of Western States in 1994. In 2003, he founded Z-Health Performance – a company that specializes in innovating advanced, neurologically-centered rehabilitative and sports performance programs based on emerging research. He and his team train fitness coaches, athletic coaches, therapists and physicians from all over the world with a special emphasis on elite sport. Dr. Cobb is passionate about blending emerging research with established protocols in an effort to provide practitioners with cutting-edge strategies aimed at maximizing training outcomes. With over 4,000 certified Z-Health professionals around the world, Dr. Cobb’s goal is to bring a neuro-centric viewpoint into every clinic, gym and training facility. In addition to his teaching schedule, Dr. Cobb regularly consults with clients ranging from weekend athletes to international caliber competitors in a variety of sports. He is a life-long martial artist and combatives trainer with deep ties to the military and law enforcement communities where he provides consulting and hands-on training to increase fitness and performance for specialized units.Click here for information about Eric Cobb
Elizabeth Frey, FCAMPT, MCISC (MANIP), MSc. PT, MSc, BPHE, BSc, MCPA, holds a BSc and BPHE from Queen’s University; a MSc in Exercise Physiology from the University of Toronto, a MSc (PT) from McMaster University, and a MCISC (Manip) from University of Western Ontario. She is a member of the CPA and a fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physical Therapists (FCAMPT). Liz is also a Contemporary Medical Acupuncture provider. Liz is a clinic owner and practicing physiotherapist with a specialty in pelvic health physiotherapy. She is an instructor for Rocktape® Canada, a clinical lab facilitator at the University of Toronto, and a clinical supervisor for physiotherapy students.Click here for information about Elizabeth Frey
Aimee M. Bailey, PT, DPT, RYT-200hour, has 17 years of experience in a variety of settings, but with a focus in Women’s Health/Pelvic Health Physical Therapy. Aimee has advanced training in assessment and treatment of the pelvic floor, pelvic pain, and orthopedic assessment of the pelvic floor through the APTA and Herman Wallace. She is a member of Global Pelvic Health Alliance (GPHAM) and the Pelvic Health Section of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA).Click here for information about Aimee Bailey
Betsy Shandalov, OTR/L, C-IAYT, AWC, is a holistic Occupational Therapist and has worked as a clinician, educator and supervisor in rehabilitation, community re-entry and the school setting. Her extensive knowledge of disease and disability with adults and children in a variety of settings combines with her complementary holistic treatments to provide a new level of understanding of how the brain and the immune system work together for natural and therapeutic healing. Betsy teaches clients to empower themselves to prevent injury, heal an existing injury and help with pain management and trauma throughout the lifespan. She works with individuals and families helping to find balance in their minds and bodies by using Ayurveda, Yoga therapy, Meditation and Mindfulness for healing.Click here for information about Betsy Shandalov
Clyde Boiston, PT, OCS, CMF, TCHI, has over 25 years of clinical experience and has worked in multiple therapy settings including acute care, outpatient orthopedics, and home health. In addition to his continuing clinical work as a PT, he and his wife own and operate Bel Wellness, a mind-body wellness studio in Riverside, CA, which offers classes in Tai Chi, Yoga, Pilates, Mindfulness and meditation. Mr. Boiston is a mindfulness teacher and meditation instructor who presents retreats, workshops, and mindful living classes to both corporate and healthcare employers as well as the general community. His clients include Kaiser Permanente, Morgan Stanley Wealth Management, UC Riverside, and the Riverside County Office on Aging. He received his certification as a Mindfulness Facilitator (CMF) from the UCLA medical school's Mindful Awareness Research Center (MARC) in 2017 after completing their yearlong teacher training program. Mr. Boiston has been Board Certified as an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS)) since 2004. He is also a certified Tai Chi for Rehabilitation instructor and a Tai Chi For Arthritis and Fall Prevention instructor through the Tai Chi for Health Institute since 2018.Click here for information about Clyde Boiston
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