300-Hour TriYoga Therapeutic Essentials
This 300 hour program is registered with the Yoga Alliance. Applicants must be have RYT-200 hour status. Training can be in any yoga style. Graduates are eligible to register as RYT-500.
Graduates may choose to apply the 300 hours towards the 800 hour Yoga Therapy training program or they may choose to specialize in a particular area such as Yoga for Cancer, Parkinson’s, Autism, or Arthritis.
TriYoga Boston’s Therapeutic Yoga Training Programs are based on a holistic, client centered, evidenced based approach, taught by highly credentialed faculty.
The full spectrum program offers a flexible schedule with rolling admission. Students can choose electives to meet their interests and needs. Some programs are online.
Trainings are usually held on weekends, with some 5-day certificate programs in Yoga for Arthritis, Cancer, Parkinson’s, and Yoga Nidra.
TriYoga Boston has developed a comprehensive methodology for Yoga Therapy that includes a full set of assessment tools, practice sheets and videos. Interns in the program get access to a password protected website to download assessment tools, practice sheets, and discuss topics with others in the program.
In order to make the program more accessible we do not charge large up-front tuition fees. You can pay as you go.
TriYoga Boston also offers monthly Yoga Therapy Meet-Ups. These meet-ups offer group mentoring and ongoing yoga therapy sangha and professional development. TriYoga Boston also offers monthly Yoga Therapy Clinics where interns get an opportunity to practice doing assessments, following up with clients, taking SOAP notes while being mentored and supervised. The monthly clinics provide practice and confidence to begin a yoga therapy practice. TriYoga Boston also offers group yoga therapy classes where interns can practice their group leadership skills and receive feedback.
Overview of program
|300 Hour TriYoga Therapeutic Essentials|
|Yoga Techniques||Total Hours||2017 Schedule|
|TriYoga Therapeutics||Yogini Kaliji, Brahmi Gold-Bernstein & Lorrie Jacobsohn||30||May 6-10|
|Chair Yoga||Ruth Landsman, Brahmi (Beth Gold-Bernstein)||12|
|Yoga for Back Pain||Brahmi (Beth Gold-Bernstein);||12|
|Prana Vidya||Brahmi (Beth Gold-Bernstein) E-RYT 500||6||Jan 8 & Feb 5|
|Yoga for Pain||Brahmi Gold-Bernstein & Lorrie Jacobsohn||12||Jan 21-22|
|Nada Yoga Vidya||Kaliji & Brahmi||12|
|Creating a Sankalpa||Brahmi Gold-Bernstein & Lorrie Jacobsohn||3||1-Jan-17|
|Yoga for Chronic Disease||Dr. Miguel Rivera, Lorrie Jacobsohn, Brahmi Gold-Bernstein||12||Nov-17|
|Total Hours/ 2017 hours||99||63|
|Postural Assessment||Brahmi (Beth Gold-Bernstein)||6|
|Physical and Subtle Energy Alignment||Brahmi (Beth Gold-Bernstein)||6|
|Establishing the Therapeutic Relationship (Part 1)||Lorrie Jacobsohn||16|
|Clinical Assessment Tools and Methodology||Lorrie Jacobsohn||4||11-Dec-2016|
|Total Hours/ 2017 hours||32||4|
|Anatomy & Physiology|
|Take either for the 300 hr program Both are required for 800 hour program.|
|Anatomy Trains||Carrie Gaynor||20||Sept 23-25|
|Practical Anatomy||Kim Beecher, D.C.||15|
|Human Physiology||Lorrie Jacobsohn||6||June 24|
|Total Hours/ 2017 hours||26||26|
|Philosophy, Ethics and Yogic Lifestyle|
|Yoga Nidra||Jennifer Reis||40||Dec-17|
|Ahimsa Diet: Food as Medicine||Kelli Roberts, Vegan Chef||12||Apr-17|
|Total Hours/ 2017 hours||77||52|
|Yoga Therapy meet-ups||Beth (Brahmi) Gold-Bernstein), & Lorrie Jacobsohn||26||First Sun of the month|
|Observe or assist in clinic or therapeutic class||Beth (Brahmi) Gold-Bernstein), & Lorrie Jacobsohn||4|
|Total Hours/ 2017 hours||30||26|
|Yoga for Chronic Disease||Lorrie Jacobsohn, Brahmi Gold-Bernstein||12||Nov. 18-19|
|Yoga for Cardiovascular Disease||Dr. Miguel Rivera, Lorrie Jacobsohn||6|
|Yoga for Diabetes, Metabolic syndrome, and obesity||Dr. Miguel Rivera, Lorrie Jacobsohn||6|
|Yoga for Insomnia||Lorrie Jacobsohn||6||Feb. 3|
|Yoga for Stress||Lorrie Jacobsohn||6|
|Yoga for Arthritis Level 1||Steffany Moonaz||30||Oct 19-23|
|Yoga in Cancer Treatment & Recovery Part 1||Jnani Cohen||24|
|Yoga for Recovery||Lorrie Jacobsohn, Kate McHue; Elaine Theodore||12|
|Yoga for Parkinson’s||Tamara Rork DeAngelis, PT, DPT, GCS, Cathi Thomas, MS, RN, CNRN, Beth (Brahmi) Gold-Bernstein, E-RYT 500, Lorraine Jacobsohn, RN, MSN, PMHCNS-BC||12||Mar. 25 – 29|
|Yoga for Eating Disorders||Erin LoPorto||12|
|Yoga for Autism||Hannah Gould||24|
|Total Required hours||264|
|Total Elective Hours||42|
|Total Requird Hours offered in 2017||171|
|Total Elective Hours offered in 2017||60|
Yogini Kaliji, Founder of TriYoga
Kaliji is internationally renowned as a yogini and founder of TriYoga®. Traveling extensively, Kaliji has taught TriYoga on a daily basis for over 30 years. She has presented 45 keynote addresses, major presentations and in-depth programs at yoga conferences and other venues worldwide, and has been featured widely in the media. She was featured in the book Secrets of the World’s Inspirational Women, with photos of the women in the prestigious National Portrait Gallery in London. Kaliji’s presence, her mastery of the flow and the ageless wisdom inherent in TriYoga have inspired and transformed countless lives.
In the tradition of ancient yoga, TriYoga is guided by Kriyavati siddhi as it flows through Kaliji. She has systematized asana (posture), pranayama (breathing practices), and dharana (concentration techniques) from Basics to Level 7, and over 1000 hasta mudras (hand gestures) have expressed through her. TriYoga, which includes the full range of yoga practices, is taught in 40+ countries by over 1400+ certified teachers (250+ in China), and 52 TriYoga Centers and Communities have been established, including centers in Australia, Austria, China, Denmark, Germany, India, Russia, Switzerland, Taiwan and the United States.
Brahmi (Beth Gold-Bernstein), E-RYT 500, Director TriYoga Boston and Yoga Therapy Training Program
Brahmi has been practicing yoga since 1976, began teaching in 1982, and began her magical, mystical, and transformative journey with TriYoga in 1993. Brahmi is a senior TriYoga instructor and Teacher Trainer, and has created the Yoga Therapy Training programs with Lorrie Jacobsohn. She has assisted Kaliji in workshops nationally and internationally, and continues to study with Kaliji every opportunity possible.
Lorrie Jacobsohn, RN, MSN, PMHCNS-BC, APHN-BC, E-RYT500, Director Yoga Therapy Training Program
Lorrie is a Psychiatric Clinical Nurse Specialist and an Advanced Practice Holistic Nurse in the Massachusetts General Hospital Emergency Department and Co-Director of the Yoga Therapy Training Program at TriYoga Boston. She has expertise in crisis intervention, trauma, psychiatric and mental health issues.
“Many thanks for the excellent training, support and encouragement you provided to help me accomplish this professional milestone.” Barbara Sherman, PhD, C-IAYT, RYT-500
“The atmosphere at TriYoga Boston is consistently inspiring and supportive, encouraging each student to deepen their knowledge and understanding of the beautiful gift of Yoga as a therapeutic offering for themselves and the community.” Esther Isenberg, RYT-500
“TriYoga Boston created a welcoming center for study and offered a variety of teachers and subjects that allowed you to explore new areas of interest and focus the journey of yoga on a broader base of knowledge.” Blake France, RYT-500
“Excellent Program and Teachers! This program really teaches you what you need to know about therapeutic yoga, different medical issues and injuries, and how to be a superb teacher!” Heather Fitzpatrick, RYT-500
“A very positive experience! Comprehensive program in an environment conducive to learning and growth as a teacher. Lead teachers have a great depth and breadth of knowledge and experience imparted to students with insight, compassion and professionalism.” Helen T., RYT-500