As the Yoga Therapy Teacher and an Ayurveda Doctor, I firmly believe in the self-healing tendency of our body. My discovery of self, following the path of yoga has rooted the strong conviction in me about healing; it is a job of mind, body, and soul.
It is believed every disease is first infected in our subconscious later the ignorance of it leads to the development of the disease and finally reflects the symptoms to the body. Yoga therapy reaches the root of the cause. To become a yoga therapist, it is very important to develop our conviction in yoga therapies and knowledge and understanding about it.
As a fresher, if you choose to be a yoga therapist, you need to first complete a yoga teacher training of at least 200 hours and later opt a yoga therapy teacher training course.
It is after your experience with yoga when you can develop the knowledge and understanding that therapeutic yoga is an inherently holistic approach, that simultaneously works on the body, mind, and spirit. Various yoga practices systematically strengthen different systems in the body, including the heart and cardiovascular system, the lungs, muscles, and the nervous system. Yoga practice improves the function of the digestive system, foster psychological well-being, and improve oxygen delivery to tissues.
As a Yoga Therapy Teacher, I have learned any student ideally develops self as a yoga therapist as much as he can practice at home. In the modern era where depression, anxiety is the root cause of every disease; yoga therapies are working fruitfully to heal many pains and diseases which fail to be discovered by various body scanning machines. Developing a self as a yoga therapist is more of a job to serve the community.
I serve as a yoga therapist at Life Spring Yoga Institute. And I explore every end of knowledge to add some more by serving as a Yoga Therapist Trainer.