Yoga Kulam
Da Yatra St,
Pokhara, Bengaluru 33700
Yoga Kulam
Da Yatra St,
Pokhara, Bengaluru 33700

Therapy yoga teachers training online

Course Highlights

Days: 60 days program

Monday to Saturday classes
2hr live session

Course Mode : Online
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Batch size: 10-15

Therapy yoga teachers training online

Welcome to our comprehensive Yoga Therapy Course, where ancient wisdom meets modern needs! In this transformative journey, we delve into the holistic healing practices of yoga, tailored to address the intricate balance between mind, body, and spirit in today's fast-paced world.

🧘‍♀️ At the heart of our curriculum lies Therapeutic Yoga, a specialized approach that harnesses the therapeutic potential of yoga postures (asanas), breathing techniques pranayama, & meditation to alleviate a myriad of modern ailments. We explore the profound synergy between these practices & the body's innate capacity to heal itself.

🩺 Recognizing the prevalent health challenges of our era, our curriculum addresses conditions such as diabetes, thyroidism, hypertension, and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) through a holistic lens. We explore how yoga therapy, coupled with Ayurvedic wisdom and mindful nutrition, can serve as powerful allies in managing and mitigating these conditions.

🌬️ Through Asana practice, we cultivate physical strength, flexibility, and alignment, while Pranayama empowers us to regulate the breath, optimize energy flow, and restore balance to the nervous system. Our meditation sessions offer sanctuary for the mind, nurturing inner peace, clarity, and emotional resilience.

🌱 Complementing these ancient practices, we integrate insights from Ayurveda, the science of life, to tailor personalized wellness approaches. Our exploration extends to modern dietary principles, recognizing the profound impact of nutrition on overall health and vitality.

💤 Furthermore, we delve into psychosomatic ailments, including insomnia, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), understanding the intricate interplay between the mind and body. Our holistic approach offers pathways to release tension, cultivate resilience, and foster deep healing from within.

🌟 As you embark on this transformative journey, prepare to unlock the boundless potential of your mind-body connection, and emerge empowered to embrace life with vitality, balance, and serenity. Welcome to a holistic oasis where ancient wisdom meets modern wellness – welcome to the Yoga Therapy Course.


In our exploration of mind-body integration, we draw upon ancient texts such as the Bhagavad Gita and Patanjali Yoga Sutra, bridging the wisdom of the past with the demands of the present. These timeless scriptures offer profound insights into the nature of existence, human consciousness, and the path to holistic well-being. Through contemplation and study, we illuminate the parallels between ancient teachings and modern perspectives, guiding practitioners toward a deeper understanding of themselves and their interconnectedness with the universe.

🌟 Additionally, we explore the therapeutic approach and physiology of Shatkarmas – the ancient yogic cleansing practices. These powerful techniques cleanse and purify the body at a physiological and energetic level, promoting detoxification, rejuvenation, and harmonization of bodily functions. Through the systematic practice of Shatkarmas, we unlock the body's innate healing potential and cultivate a state of vibrant well-being.


  • 1. Name of the Certification:
    Therapy Yoga Teachers Training Online
  • 2. Requirement/ Eligibility:
    a. all form of yoga instructors, 200 hr YTTC, Medical Professionals
    b. Any Degree holder
  • 3. Brief Role Description:
    Can work for the clients having present era conditions.
  • 4. Minimum age:
    No age limit
  • 5. Personal Attributes:
    The studies require an individual to have Good communication skills
    Time management and ability to understand the body language of the clients.
    The studies require an individual to possess key qualities such as self discipline, confidence,
    maturity, patience, compassion, active listening, time management, empathy, language proficiency, ability to build caring relationships, friendly and approachable, credibility etc.
  • 6. Duration of course:
    02 months. Monday to Saturday (2hrs live session)

Curriculum - What Will You Learn?

Learning objectives:-

At the end of the course, students will know:

  • a. An overview of Yoga Philosophy and relation to Yoga Therapy.
  • b. How to help clients develop the attitudes essential for success on all levels of life.
  • c. How to help clients integrate the essence of Yoga into daily life.
  • d. The essence of eight limbs and how they apply to an individual’s ability to achieve wellness on all levels.
  • e. How yoga therapists apply the above knowledge to serving clients’ best interests.
  • f. What are the distracted/disturbed conditions of mind and their expressions as explained in the Yoga Sutras, the Bhagavad Gita.
  • g. The deeper understanding of the paths of Karma, Guyana, Bhakti and Raja Yoga.
  • h. How to get past attachment to experiencing pleasure and avoiding pain?
  • i. What is the mind and diseases related to the mind?
  • 1. Concept of pancha kosha
  • 2. Concept of pancha prana
  • 3. Concept of chakras
  • 4. Concepts of pancha mahabhutas
  • 5. Concepts of ashtanga yoga (concepts of antarang and bahirang yoga)
  • 6. Concepts of trigunas
  • 7. Antahakaran-chatushtaya
  • 8. Introduction to Gyana Yoga, Bhakti Yoga, Karma Yoga, Raja Yoga
  • 9. Concept of healthy living as per Bhagvad Gita
  • 10. Concept of positive attributes (Matri-karuna-mudita-upeksha)
  • 11. Concepts of vrittis and kleshas
Learning Objectives:
  • a. Knowledge of human anatomy and physiology, including all major systems of the body and their interrelationships, as relevant to the work of a yoga therapist.
  • b. Knowledge of biomechanics and movement as they relate to the practice of yoga and the work of a Yoga therapist.
  • c. Knowledge of common pathologies and disorders of all the major systems, including symptoms, management, illness trajectories, and contraindications, as relevant to the work of a Yoga therapist.
  • d. Familiarity with common medical terminology.
  • e. How to research conditions previously unknown to them and when to refer their clients/students to another healthcare provider.
  • f. They will know their scope of practice and will be able to guide their students/clients in daily living recommendations.
  • g. How to assess a client's unique needs in addition to the more physically based interventions.
  • h. How to deliver interventions that work on the emotional, social, mental, spiritual and subtle energy levels as needed.
  • i. How to practice intake, evaluating, critical thinking skills, communication, lead and teach appropriate yoga therapy techniques including both subtle and gross interventions, conduct sessions, provide daily living advice, and give homework/home routines as appropriate to clients’ needs, constitution and circumstances, and follow-up.
  • j. How to assess the client including the guidance and instruction of: Breathing, Posture, Proper Alignment, Safety mechanics for asanas and the common cautions and contraindications
  • 1. Understanding anatomy and physiology with the concept of Yoga.
  • 2. Understanding the concept of Yoga Therapy.
  • 3. Concept of chakras, koshas, elements, and dosha concept with each system related pathology.
  • 4. Anatomy- Physiology of the systems, Pathophysiology of related systems.
  • 5. Respiratory system:- gaseous exchange, respiratory center in brain, factors affecting respiration, bandhas with physiology and indications and contraindications, segmental and yogic breath with therapeutic applications, box breathing
    • a. Asthma
    • b. Rhinitis
    • c. COPD
  • 6. Circulatory system:- physiology, blood pressure and types, factors affecting bp
    • a. High blood pressure
    • b. Low blood pressure
    • c. Atherosclerosis/Blockage of arteries
  • 7. Digestive system:- physiology, relation to shankhaprakshalana with therapeutic correlation, concept of adhi-vyadhi
    • a. Constipation
    • b. IBS
    • c. Indigestion
  • 8. Endocrine system :- difference between exocrine and endocrine glands, correlation to chakras, hormones and functions of hypothallamus, pituitary, thyroid, thymus, pancreas, adrenals, gonads
    • a. Hypothyroidism
    • b. Hyperthyroidism
    • c. Diabetes
    • d. Menstrual dysfunction
    • e. Pcod
    • f. Pms
  • 9. Musculo-skeletal system:- types of bones and joints, basic knowledge of planes and axis, types of movements, characteristics of muscles, knowledge of major muscle groups and their functions.
    • a. Back pain
    • b. Disc herniation
    • c. Cervical spondylosis
    • d. Lordosis
    • e. Kyphosis
    • f. Scoliosis
    • g. Arthritis
  • 10. Nervous system:- Introduction, CNS, PNS, ANS, introduction to brain waves and effects of yogic techniques on them.
    • a. Headache
    • b. Migraine
    • c. Stress
    • d. OCD
    • e. ADHD
    • f. Anxiety and its types
    • g. Insomnia
  • 11.concepts and relevance of ghata shuddhi (cleansing techniques) to therapy do's and don'ts
  • 12. Assessment concepts
  • 13. Limitations and ethics for yoga therapists
  • 14. Biomechanics and its applications on asanas and variations with the concept of Base of support, line of gravity, center of gravity and types of levers.
Learning Objectives and syllabus

How to apply Knowledge of the basic perspectives on health and disease from yoga and Ayurveda relevant to the practice of yoga therapy, including the concepts of:

  • a. Panchamaya (kosha) (fundamental structure of the human system);
  • b. Subtle anatomy
  • c. Tri-dosha(effect of the elements on the physical body)
  • d. Tri-guna(effect of sattva (equilibrium), rajas (activity),tamas (inertia);
  • e. Prakriti/vikriti(dosha constitution at birth/imbalance of the dosha currently expressed in the body);
  • f. Ama(undigested food, emotions, etc. accumulated in the body);
  • g. Agni(internal fire(s) and their contribution to health);
  • h. Pranavayu (prana, apana, vyana,udana,samana);
  • i. Prana prakopa(disturbance of the vayu);
  • j. Dincharya and ritucharya
  • k. Role of yogic diet for different pathologies as per systems
Learning objectives:
  • 1. After the course the student will know the similarities of ayurveda and diet and modern nutrition
  • 2. Concept of micro and macro nutrients
  • 3. Assessment of deficiencies of nutrients
  • 4. Sources of the nutrients
Learning objectives:
  • 1. How to demonstrate proficiency in asanas, pranayama, meditation, bandha, mudra, mantra chanting, visualization techniques, communication skills as well as dynamics of therapeutic relationships.
  • 2. How to be a safe, supportive, and conscientious Yoga Therapist.
  • 3. How to demonstrate restorative yoga asanas and their common modifications and variations needed for students with or without special conditions
  • 4. How to explain the common conditions/cautions and/or complaints a client may experience in a restorative pose and know how to individually assist these clients in the asanas so that they are practicing safely and comfortably
  • 5. How to use the breath to invoke the Relaxation Response
  • 6. How to practice with a variety of props used in real-life situations
  • 7. How to experience and student-teach restorative poses that focus on releasing specific physical and mental tensions
  • 8. How to use affirmations, visualizations, meditation, and music to deepen one’s own and their students ‘practice.


1. Standing postures:-
  • a. Trikonasana
  • b. Parsvakonasana
  • c. Parivritta trikonasana
  • d. Virbhadrasana
  • e. Vrikshasana
  • f. Garudasana
2. Sitting postures:-
  • a. Baddhakonasana
  • b. Padmasana
  • c. Suptaveerasana
  • d. Vakrasana
  • e. Goumukhasana
  • f. Marjari asana
  • g. Ushtrasana
3. Supine postures:-
  • a. Pawanmuktasana
  • b. Setubandhasana
  • c. Viparita karni
  • d. Markatasana
  • e. Matsyasana
4. Meditative postures:-
  • a. Vajrasana
  • b. Siddhasana
  • c. Sukhasana
  • 1. Bhastrika
  • 2. Anulom-vilom
  • 3. Bhramari
  • 4. Ujjayi
  • 5. Surya bhedi
  • 6. Chandra bhedi
  • 7. Samavritti pranayama/box breathing/square pranayama
  • 8. Three phases of pranayamas
    • a. Inhalation(Poorak)
    • b. Retention(Kumbhak)
    • c. Exhalation(Rechak)
  • 1. Chin mudra
  • 2. Chinmayi mudra
  • 3. Adi mudra
  • 4. Samana mudra
  • 5. Nasika mudra
  • 6. Gyan mudra
  • 7. Brahma mudra
  • 8. Mahasir mudra
  • 9. Apana vayu/hriday/sanjeevani mudra
  • 10. Vata nashak mudra
  • 11. Surya mudra
  • 12. Prithvi mudra
  • 1. Jala neti
  • 2. Trataka
  • 3. Shankhaprakshalana
  • 4. Kaplbhati
  • 5. Kunjal kriya
  • 6. Bast

Certified Yoga Alliance Therapy Teacher Training

Throughout the 60 days of your certified therapy yoga teacher training online, you will be trained by our efficient and experienced teachers with a prime motive to mold you into a better practitioner and an expert teacher. The evaluation is the final step of your Therapy yoga teacher training journey. Every day is in fact a preparation for the final evaluation. Over the course period, our teachers would ensure that you are all set to be a certified yoga teacher. It is mandatory that you complete all modules of the course. The assessment will be conducted in 3 segments: oral, written and practical. Though we call it ‘evaluation’, the process doesn’t have the stress of an examination. It is all about knowing how much you have learned during your journey.

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Presenting Dr. Vaishali Adlok, a leading expert in the intricate domains of Yoga Anatomy and Physiology. Armed with a solid educational foundation in Physiotherapy and bolstered by specialized certifications in Yoga Therapy, Dr. Adlok seamlessly integrates the timeless principles of yoga with contemporary scientific understanding.

Her journey as a certified Yoga Teacher and Evaluator (800 hr) and a Therapeutic Yoga Consultant (1600 HR) reflects a profound commitment to holistic well-being. Dr. Adlok's approach goes beyond conventional boundaries, as she delves deep into the therapeutic applications of yoga, aiming to empower individuals to unlock their inner potential and achieve optimal health.

With a wealth of knowledge and experience, Dr. Adlok's teachings are rooted in a fusion of tradition and innovation. Her mission is to guide individuals on a transformative journey, where ancient wisdom meets modern science, fostering holistic growth and wellness.

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Evaluation and Certification

Throughout the 60 days of your course, you will be trained by our efficient and experienced teachers with a prime motive to mould you into a better practitioner and an expert teacher. The evaluation is the final step of your journey. Every day is infact a preparation for the final evaluation. Over the course period our teachers would ensure that you are all set to be a certified yoga teacher. It is mandatory that you complete all 6 modules of the course. The assesment will be conducted in 3 segments: oral, written and practical. Though we call it ‘evaluation’, the process doesn’t have the stress of an examination. It is all about knowing how much you have learned during your journey.


Yoga Kulam is a Registererd Yoga School with Yoga Alliance (YACEP). After succesful completion of the course, we will award you the Online Therapy Yoga Teacher Training Certificate (YACEP) accredited by Yoga Alliance, USA. This certificate is recognized internationally by Yoga Alliance and International Yoga Federation. This means that you will have the rights to teach yoga anywhere on the globe. The course is also certified by the Indian Yoga Alliance for Online Therapy Yoga Teacher Training Program.

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  1. Registration and deposit must be made to reserve your spot in the Therapy Yoga Teacher Training Course.
  2. After a successful transaction, we will send you a confirmation email with booking details and also a link to make the remaining payment if any.
  3. When your deposit is made, your spot in the batch and the accommodation is confirmed. Kindly note that the deposit is non-refundable.
  4. You may pay the remaining amount upon arrival.


If you cancel your booking 10 days prior to the course start date, the deposited will be forfeited however the remaining amount will be refunded back or will be given the option to transfer the booking to a different date. Any cancellations on or after the 10th day prior to the course start date will be 100% non-refundable.

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