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Applied Psychology For Yogis advances the way we think about, practice, and teach modern yoga. 

Programs include one-on-one counseling/professional supervision, teacher training modules, educational lectures, and rites of passage retreats.

The first aim of Applied Psychology For Yogis is to encourage the yoga teacher's personal embodiment process through somatic resourcing, the unwinding of trauma and the investigation of emotional intelligence. Building upon this solid foundation, the second aim of Applied Psychology for Yogis is to educate and support teachers in creating emotionally/psychologically sound yoga classes thereby empowering their students and finding the authentic capacity to guide students without selling out, coming up short, or feeling less than. The third aim  of Applied Psychology for Yogis is one of systemic change; to promote the psychological healing and growth of modern yoga culture by looking directly at the shadow of ourselves and our yogaverse.