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I AM Yoga Therapy

Body Psychology Training

Become a certified facilitator with our professional Yoga Therapy certification course developed by Kamini Desai, Ph.D.

What is
Yoga Therapy?

I AM Yoga Therapy is a total body stretch and energy opener. It uses wall, prop and assisted poses to help you move into areas of stiffness, constriction, tightness, and pain that you normally avoid. Avoiding areas of tension keeps the tightness intact and allows the body to continue to build up tension and exacerbates misalignments in the body.

Much of the pain and discomfort we experience is because of these structural misalignments that could be addressed by a simple regime of moving and stretching the body through its full range of motion. I AM Yoga Therapy doesn’t just work with the symptoms – it works at the psychosomatic roots. Sometimes symptoms are exacerbated or even caused by unresolved mental and emotional patterns. By holding the body in various positions for longer periods of time, combined with breath and meditative facilitation, we can move into these areas and gently and effectively release multi-level tensions at the physical, emotional and psychic level.


It’s purpose is to free that which is hindering the body’s ability to heal itself.

Yoga Nidra I

Yoga Therapy I: Touch-free Certification

*No prerequisite knowledge necessary.

Instructors: Kamini Desai and/or Chitra Marie Bailey & Rhonda Vroman

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Learn specific techniques of yoga therapy for deeper psychosomatic release. Includes unique yoga therapy coaching techniques as well as wall & prop supported yoga therapy poses for individual clients and classes.

"This course gave me the greatest gift I could have ever asked for.

A return to restful sleep."

~Tamara Metelka

Yoga Nidra II

Yoga Therapy II: Hands-on Certification

*Prerequisites: Yoga Therapy I

Instructors: Kamini Desai and/or Chitra Marie Bailey & Rhonda Vroman

Advanced techniques of yoga therapy teach you to physically support and coach your client to move into deeply held physical and psychosomatic tensions — removing effort, maximizing opening and optimizing release in assisted variations of classical yoga poses.

Yoga Therapy I and II are sometimes offered together as one course.

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