We’re currently hard at work restructuring this program to be accessible and rich with content that is both practical and applicable.
For now here’s a brief overview: the coursework will be taught by a team of TPM-certified physical therapists and yoga teachers. Together we have experience with patients from birth to 100 years old. Our backgrounds and areas of interest include sport performance, mindfulness, pediatrics, restorative yoga, perinatal care, orthopedic injury, and post-operative care.
Our teaching team guides physical therapists to integrate breath techniques, mindfulness, and asana-specific movements into their patient’s plan of care. In any clinical setting, these tools can be implemented into patients’ therapeutic exercises, functional movements, and activities of daily living immediately upon course completion.
Our curriculum is deeply rooted in science and evidenced-based practices. We filter this information through a compassionate lens to ensure that you’re prepared to support and empower patients in their efforts to harmonize body, mind, and spirit. This approach is important, as wellbeing and healing are multifaceted processes that call upon all the complex systems of our being.
Addressing a patient’s biopsychosocial-spiritual (BPSS) components brings the impact of ‘connection to self’ to the forefront of one’s health experience. Our BPSS approach to wellbeing also accounts for the impact that social determinants of health—and a person’s access to quality care choices—have on their overall wellness.