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Therapeutic Yoga - Level 2

$654.50 inc. GST

The Unite Health Therapeutic Yoga (Level 2) course builds on the foundational principles introduced in Level 1. This course will enable health professionals to build on the physical poses, breathing and meditation techniques delivered in one on one programs as well as developing the skills to manage teaching small group sessions.

Course sessions

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Victoria Unite Health - 18 St Edmonds Road, Prahran, VIC, 3181. 9am-5pm each day Start date: 19 May 2018 09:00
End date: 20 May 2018 17:00
New South Wales Balmain Sports Medicine - 104/108 Victoria Rd, Rozelle NSW 2039. 9am-5pm each day Start date: 02 Jun 2018 09:00
End date: 03 Jun 2018 17:00
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Therapeutic Yoga level 2 includes new intermediate level poses, breathing and mindfulness techniques which will facilitate postural education, correct movement patterning and most importantly awareness of the body, mind and breath that the practice of yoga aims to develop.


The difference between Yin and Yang Yoga are explored in the level 2 course with a discussion around the benefits of the different styles and how they can be applied to different clients’ needs.


Yoga, meditation and mindfulness have been taught to increase self-awareness for centuries. This ancient tradition provides movements and techniques to support the growing demands of modern life. These powerful practices can be used preventatively to increase self-awareness as well as rehabilitation of the body and stress reduction for the mind. It is a potent compliment to any client program.


This course is designed to ensure that health professionals using foundational skills from level one can further developed the teaching skills required to offer small group classes and address the needs of multiple clients. This is taught through a variety of teaching methods with a strong focus on participation in practical activities, clinical case studies and opportunities to practice teaching.


Save 10% when you enrol onto Therapeutic Yoga Level 1 & 2 - click here to enrol onto the series. 

Our Therapeutic Yoga Series (level 1-2) is the essential Yoga teacher training tool for allied health professionals. The series is broken down into two 2-day teaching blocks. After each teaching block you will be able to implement the exercises and methods learnt immediately into your clinical practice. 


Save 10% when you enrol onto Therapeutic Yoga Level 1 & 2 - click here to enrol onto the series

Therapeutic Yoga Level 1 is the prerequisite for this course.  View upcoming course dates here. 


This course is open to Physiotherapists, Exercise Physiologists, Osteopaths, Sports Scientists, Chiropractors, Rehabilitation Therapists, Doctors, Myotherapists, Physiotherapy students, Pilates instructors and Yoga instructors. If you hold a qualification outside the above please contact us directly.


Irene Ais has spent 15 years exploring the ancient practice of Yoga.  She is a Melbourne based Physiotherapist, a certified Yoga teacher, AcroYoga teacher and Pilates instructor.


Irene will take you on a journey to discover the transformative effects of yoga. She is passionate about helping students navigate the physical poses whilst offering an invitation to drop into the energetic practice. The layers she creates with her teaching will draw you out of the thinking mind to offer you an experience of deeper self-awareness.


Her strong hatha flow classes will challenge students to play to their edge and her extensive study in the human body and movement brings a teaching style focusing on finding our unique alignment and joy in movement.


Irene’s Physiotherapy career has led her to specialise in occupational health and she consults to many large organisation regarding their physical and mental health programs. She is passionate about preventative health strategies. Irene is also a course presenter for the Australian Physiotherapy Association and has been a facilitator at the APA National Physiotherapy Conference.

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