We’ve designed this program to be intellectually rigorous without going over your head, as one of our graduates once described it so well. Simply put, our program is a multimodal learning experience intended to give you a strong working knowledge of the Threes Physiyoga Method and the tools required to teach people how to integrate its principles into their lives on and off of their mats.
Our curriculum is deeply rooted in science and evidenced-based practices, but we filter that information through a compassionate lens to ensure that you’re prepared to support and empower students in their efforts to harmonize their minds, bodies, and spirits. We do this because we understand that wellbeing is a layered experience that involves both our physiological systems and the complex nature of our internal and external connections.
By teaching a system of biopsychosocial-spiritual (BPSS) assessment, we bring the impact of the connection to self to the front lines of people’s health experience. Our BPSS assessment and approach to wellbeing also accounts for the impact social determinants of health—and a person’s access to quality care choices—on their overall wellness.
In addition to the BPSS model, you will also learn the mechanics of breath, the neurological considerations of retraining the musculoskeletal system and deep integration of fascia and other connective tissue with the nervous system as it impacts the way we move.