Swedish Institute 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training September 2017

Bringing together the fundamentals of bodywork and yoga  to address chronic pain and illness from a clinical and therapeutic perspective

Begins September 18, 2017
Early registration discount ends August 18

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The Swedish Institute Yoga Teacher Training is a Yoga Alliance Registered program covering all of the requirements listed by Yoga Alliance for a 200 hour certification, with a tailored focus to address chronic pain and illness


For over 25 years Michael R. Gilbert, LMT has been practicing, teaching and reseaching many different styles of yoga and body/mind therapies, enabling clients to rid themselves of chronic pain. Michael is a Yoga Alliance Registered/RYT 500 instructor and has been running yoga teacher trainings in New York City for 20 years.

Courtney Bauer has been working as a healer and a yoga, pilates and meditation teacher for over 20 years. She is the founder of ANYA, a boutique fitness studio in Chelsea and the creator of the ANYA Method, a codified system of mind/body techniques designed to cultivate body awareness, motivate positive change and activate healing. Courtney has a background in Counseling Psychology and Neuromuscular Therapy, she is a Yoga Alliance Registered/RYT 500 instructor and has trained many certified Anya Method instructors.

Announcing the Launch of our Brand New Continuing Education Workshops for Personal Trainers, LMTs, and Fitness Professionals

Swedish Institute’s “Focus on Flexibility” CE program has been officially approved by NSCA and ACE to count towards CEUs for Personal Trainers, as well as NCBTMB and NY State CEUs for Massage Therapists.

These intensive workshops are a must for fitness professionals as well as massage therapists working with post-rehab clients or designing flexibility and corrective exercise programs to complement strength and cardiovascular training. Each workshop explores exercise biomechanics, motor control, kinetic chain, testing and stretching for injuries of the lower extremity, upper extremity, back and torso. You will gain hands-on practical experience with flexibility testing and assisted stretching techniques, and apply them to program design for post-rehab, pre-habilitation, and corrective exercise.

If you are committed to learning new techniques to achieve more effective sessions with your clients, these workshops are for you.

Don’t miss the early registration savings deadline which is April 15, 2017

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