Level III- Body Mind Being 350 Hour Integrative Life Yoga Therapy

Wellbeing ~ Self Awareness ~ Transformation ~ Community

“Do you deeply desire to hold sacred space for yourself and one another, without the quick fix?” “Do you desire a yoga school that teaches more than asana?”​ “A commitment that includes all aspects of Classical Hatha Yoga, with elements of contemporary body-mind psychology.”

At the Body Mind Being Institute we acknowledge that each person is unique, with a unique history and energy in body, mind, and spirit. Most healing professionals desire to help their clients but are trained in modalities that compartmentalize and superficially treat a person. The healing process we offer is one of exploration of self and discovery, taking into account the unique nature of the individual. 



Level III- Body Mind Being 350 Hour Integrative Life Yoga Therapy

Core Curriculum

Foundations of Yoga Therapy 101 40hrs

October 13,14,15,16,17-2021 | September 18- 22-2022

Foundations of Yoga Therapy 102 70hrs

November 12,13,14-2021 | January 8,9-2022 | February 25,26-2022

Eastern Yoga Philosophies/Transformational Philosophies 30hrs

March 9,10,11,12-2022

Mentorship Practicum 50hrs*Must have Level 1, 11, and either Breathing for life or Eastern Philosophy

March 19, 20-2022 | June 2022

Integrative Life Mentorship 30hrs

Holistic Anatomy 102- Movement & Subtle Body 30hrs

May 24,25,26-2022

Breathing for Life 102 20hrs

Science, Practice, Kriya, and Foundations of Prāṇāyāma: Yoga is Medicine

December  4,5-2021 | February 21,22-2022 | September 26, 27-2022

Electives: $15 per. Credit Hour. May be transferred to   350 RYT

102 Trauma & The Emotional Body, Trauma Informed Yoga Educator 60hrs

June 18-2021 | August 1-2021 | September 19-2021 | July 14,28-2021 *virtual connection August 11,15-2021* 

Kids Yoga 20hrs

August 14,15-2021*Additional cost 

April 29, 30-2022 May 1-2022

Foundations of Ayurveda 101 20hrs 

Foundations of Ayurveda 102 80hrs 

Archetypal Yoga Therapy Parts 20hrs

June 11, 12-2022

Special Populations 30hrs

Teaching Tantra Yoga 10hrs

Aug. 12 -2021 | Aug. 13-2022

Introduction to Shadow Work 10hrs.

Yoga therapy is a complete mind body spirit therapeutic modality that utilizes all the tools of yoga. This training includes asana, meditation, pranayama, energy healing, koshas, shadow work, neuroscience, Ayurveda, psychology, and spirituality.

This course provides the tools to guide your clients deep into themselves, to find their own answers for the disconnect within. This training is appropriate for the professional who is tired of scratching the surface with their clients, or who wants to branch out into the emerging field of yoga therapy. 

In this training:

  • Stand out in a crowded marketplace, by integrating mental-emotional health skills and specializing in a holistic embodiment that is in frequent demand.
  •  Learn to be a Sovereign facilitator, with skills such as reading energy in yourself and maintaining center while interacting with another energy, Shadow monitoring, and mirroring.
  • Radically expand your practice by breaking limiting beliefs or barriers to re-connection that have been keeping you “playing small.”
  • Gain confidence in your ability to support yourself and clients on and off the therapeutic mat.
  • Experience clarity and deep healing through your own personal journey of self-discovery + shadow work.

Yoga is powerful and has been used for good reason for over 10,000 years. In Western cultures, however, the word “yoga” is often used to mean “posture,” and people think of “doing yoga” as “performing yoga poses.” Most certifications and pieces of training spend the majority of the hours on the postures.

But postures are just one component of yoga. Yoga includes transformational philosophy, energy healing, breathwork, neurobiology and neuropsychology as it applies to yoga practices, self-care, and spirituality. The focus of the training is to give the practitioner tools while working with individuals in a one-to-one setting.

The nature of working with vulnerability and with other humans is life changing and a deep honor. It all begins with a relationship. Any person wanting to take this program will run into their own traumas, fears, and shame. Creating sacred space takes time and commitment. That is why we begin with ourselves. 

Meet Your Instructors

Raechel Morrow 

She has dedicated 17 years to teaching yoga.  She has a Masters degree from Pacifica Graduate University in Depth Psychology, Counseling, and Archetypal Studies. She has worked in the field of trauma recovery for eight years, including a certified trauma specialist. She is wild for the experience of love and connection. She encourages her students to search the inner being of themselves and find freedom through integration of lost parts of Self.

Erin Madden

Erin, is proud to serve as a Senior Trainer for Starr Commonwealth and as the founder of Sacred Being Yoga. Erin lives by the deep belief that all beings are sacred, and she is dedicated to making space for people to experience their sacred wholeness in connection to Self and the universe. Erin began her journey with studying, practicing, and teaching yoga and mindfulness 23 years ago. More recently in 2018, Erin earned her 300 hour trauma sensitive yoga teacher certification from Grand Rapids Healing Yoga, and in 2020 she earned an additional 300 hours of training to be certified as a yoga therapy practitioner by the Body Mind Being Institute. Erin has guided trauma sensitive yoga practices for trauma survivors in both group and individuals. Erin is passionate about living Dr. Martin Luther King’s dream of a beloved community.

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