And you know that the relationship between you and your primary teacher is vital to your success.
You want someone who is more than knowledgeable and experienced. You want a teacher who has a good mix of woo woo and science/evidence/results. Someone who will keep it real without spewing BS.
Someone who is equal parts supportive and still will push you in the direction you want to go.
Someone who practices what she preaches because it comes through in her teaching.
You know the parable... "give a person a fish and feed them for a day. Teach them how to fish, and feed them for a lifetime."
You want to learn to fish.
For you, it is more than "yoga for backs."
You want to grow your skill at being able to see movement, to see compensation patterns, and to truly help your students get relief and resolve their issues.
There are 6 key components to helping clients get out of pain consistently and sustainably.
Susi Hately, B.Sc. Kinesiology has helped people get out of pain since 1995 and has been training yoga teachers and health professionals how to integrate yoga therapeutically into their practices since 2001.
Now she wants to help you grow your skill and ability to help others get out of pain.
Payment plans available.
You can count on my expertise and experience. In addition to my IAYT program, two of my yoga programs were studied at a University level - yoga post cancer treatment and yoga for people idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis.
I'm the author of the best selling Anatomy and Asana: Preventing Yoga Injury Series, I Love Anatomy, Fundamentals of Yoga Therapy, Yoga for the Desk Jockey, and Healing & Revealing Human Potential.
I have appeared as a guest expert at Trent University, on Global TV, CTV, and in the Globe and Mail, Thrive Online, Chatelaine, Bride Magazine, Parenting, and Yoga Journal.
As a young student of yoga, I began to combine the ancient practices of yoga with my BSc. Kinesiology at a Vancouver pain clinic. When I continued to encounter individuals, including yoga instructors, who accepted that their pain was “normal”, I began to explore how yoga was being taught and practiced. By designing therapy programs that utilized sound anatomical principles of kinesiology with the time-honoured practices of yoga, I have enabled people to find pain relief, feel good, and rediscover vitality in their lives.
"Susi is an exceptional coach. If you want to work with one of the best, if you want to work with someone who really wants you to succeed, if you want to work with someone who truly walks the walk and talks the talk, work with Susi. She really knows what she is doing."
"I chose to work with Susi because she is approachable, direct and clear in her teaching. As a teacher she is supportive while still pushing me in the direction I want to go in. She also practices what she preaches - which comes through in her teaching."
"I chose Susi's program because of her biomechanical approach to yoga therapy. I knew she would call it like she sees it and call me out if I needed it. She is clear that she wants her students to make a business out of it, not a part time gig, but full on making good money doing what they love."
Payment plans available.
The Therapeutic Yoga Intensive is Module 1 in Susi's IAYT Accredited Yoga Therapy Program. You can participate without enrolling in the full Functional Synergy Yoga Therapy program, or you can enrol, participate and decide later to complete the full certification. It is also in the process of being approved for continuing education credits with IAYT
Many years ago, Susi made a very conscious choice to not be affiliated with Yoga Alliance, and instead align herself with the International Association of Yoga Therapists. With that said, her trainees have applied for credit for continuing education and have received hours with YA.
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