16th June 2020
6:15 pm - 7:45 pm
We are thrilled that the created of phoenix rising yoga therapy, Michael Lee, is joining our online yoga therapy observation series. He is one of the most eminent figures in Yoga Therapy Today!
During social distancing it is imperative sessions are done virtually, but it is likely that things will not return to their former states. The Minded Institute has launched this series of observation sessions where yoga therapists can learn by directly experiencing yoga therapy sessions from international leaders in the field, while learning about best practice online.
What is Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy?
Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy is a holistic healing art. Using age old yogic and modern therapeutic approaches to deepen awareness and presence, we are able to help others accept themselves more fully. Out of this acceptance they are more easily moved to embrace the opportunity for change, growth and enhanced well-being in body, mind, emotions and spirit.
Michael Lee, MA, Dip.Soc.Sci, Dip.T., C-IAYT, E-RYT 500, is the Founder of Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy, a leading-edge yoga-based modality for psycho-emotional well-being and is an IAYT Accredited Program. Michael’s conference keynote presentations include the IYTA Conference in Singapore, IAYT Conference 2016, Yoga Journal Conferences, and Family Therapy Networker, 2018 Yoga Australia, 2018 Japan Yoga Therapy Conference, and Inaugural Global Consortium on Yoga Therapy in 2018. Michael is the author of two books, Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy and Turn Stress Into Bliss and a contributing author in the APA published text Movement and Expressive Techniques in Clinical Practice and the recently published Yoga Therapy and Integrative Medicine: Where Ancient Science Meets Modern Medicine. He contributed a chapter on Transforming Emotional Pain in the recently published Yoga and Science in Pain Care. Michael also offers programs for Psychotherapists and professionals wanting to apply a yoga-based embodied approach to therapy and life transformation and teaches his work in various locations around the world.
What to Expect:
- The session will take place via zoom and all participants will receive a link.
- Participants will turn off their cameras during the session and watch Michael work with the client.
- The session is 1 hour and 45 minutes. The first hour is silent observation. After the observation the client will depart and participants will debrief with Michael for 30 minutes.
- In the last 15 minutes Michael will reflect on the emerging ethical guidance related to yoga therapy and online sessions.
Who Should Attend:
- Yoga therapists
- Trainee Yoga Therapists
- Yoga Professionals interested in beginning a career in Yoga Therapy
Register for this course
Bookings are closed for this event.