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5 unique benefits of the Yoga Therapy Greece IAYT Accredited Yoga Therapy Training.
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Every Yoga Teacher that wants to become a Yoga Therapist with the highest level certification in the world
Meet Yoga Therapy Greece
A Yoga Alliance registered school RYS300, an IAYT member school offering IAYT Accredited 805 hours Yoga Therapy Programs, is founded by Evi Dimitriadou and by Brian Ewen.
Dear Evi & Brian
Thank you so much for this experience diving deep into therapeutic aspects of yoga. It has always been a dream for me to become a Yoga Therapist, and through this residential you have given me so much inspiration and belief that my dream can become a reality. Yoga has helped me so much and particularly this residential has shown me how powerful it can be. I am excited to share all the tools I have learned here and to help others in their healing process. I really enjoyed the power of the breath and pranayama, and how each element of yoga can relate to any type of disease in the body and mind. Much love and gratitude.
I am so lucky to join your Yoga Therapy Diploma. I have been dreaming of taking this diploma for 5 years and you made my dreams come true. The information and knowledge shared is beyond my expectations. I will always remember Evi’s sense of humour and how she makes it simple and easy. Thankyou Evi and Brian for all your efforts and support during the residential. Love and Light
Evi Dimitriadou is a passionate and dedicated Yoga Therapist and Yoga Therapy Teacher. Her Yoga Therapy Training is really a value for money course, for anyone who would like to deepen his/her knowledge in utilizing Yoga as a healing modality. I highly recommend Evi, either as a Yoga Therapist or as a trainer in Yoga Therapy, for her professional skills, knowledge and integrity and I am really very happy for being part of her Yoga Therapy Training Group. Thank you Evi for all this valuable info you have shared so far with all of us!
I recommend Yoga Therapy Greece with all of my heart. Evi is such an experienced, knowledgeable, passionate, kind and loving teacher. She meets you right where you are and guides you with much love and knowledge through the studies. You learn so much, and the supervisions makes it feel safe to start practicing with clients.
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It has no symptoms, although it may have been developing for many years, deeply, in our bones. Suddenly after a fall, forward bend or even turning sides whilst sleeping due to thinned bones, small or debilitating fractures occur. This is what happened to my best friend who at the age of 55, after a turn […]
Incorporating Yoga Therapy Techniques into Your Existing Yoga Practice
Incorporating Yoga Therapy Techniques into your existing Yoga Practice Yoga and Yoga Therapy Yoga is a physical, mental and spiritual practice that originated in ancient India. Yoga practice aims to join the mind, body and spirit through postures, breathing, mental focus, meditation, use of sound, while the ultimate goal is to achieve freedom from life’s […]
Case Studies: Real-life Stories of Transformation Through Yoga Therapy
Real life stories of transformation through yoga therapy People come to yoga therapy for a change. People come to yoga therapy asking for a change, either to change the condition/symptom/prevailing state of being or to change the way they see it, the way they perceive it, the way they feel about it. For a change […]
Yoga Therapy for Mental Health: Managing Stress, Anxiety and Depression
Yoga Therapy for Mental Health Mental Health is defined as a state of well-being in which every individual realizes his or her own potential, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to his or her community. The main causes for mental health […]
Transfer hours for IAYT Accredited Training
If you have completed other trainings in Yoga Therapy, Advanced Yoga, Ayurveda or related to health professions you may be able to transfer some hours to our 800 hours accredited training. If you wish to do this please contact us with details of your training to see…
The Importance of How we Breathe !
The Breath Breath should not only be an unconscious act. It can be a force, a medicine and a mechanism to gain inner power, to preserve and establish physical or mental health, longevity and even reach higher levels of consciousness. The lung capacity seems to be the greatest indicator of life span in combination with the diet, […]
Yoga & Yoga Therapy for every treatment for Cancer
A summary of Evi’s Dimitriadou presentation the British Society of Integrative Oncology on the role of Yoga Therapy to Cancer Patients and survivors given on 6th October 2022. Cancer and Cancer treatment-related side effectsCancer patients and survivors not only experience the disease, but they also sufferfrom cancer treatments’ side effects that may last for years after […]
Effects of Yoga Nidra (guided relaxation) for Breast Cancer Patients
In Yoga Therapy Greece we combine the ancient yoga wisdom and the evidence informed practices suggested by research. Critically evaluating the latest and most robust research articles, we are happy to share a small summary of them hoping that you will find it interesting to read and a help to understand the effectiveness of yoga and how much yoga can offer in the support of cancer patients.
Neurogenesis and Yoga Therapy
Why we need it – how we enhance it and Yoga Therapy Neurogenesis, the formation of new neurons throughout life is a very distinct example of human brain plasticity and maintenance of the central nervous system (Poulose et al., 2017). It takes place in a few brain regions such as the hippocampus (Erickson et al., […]