PEOPLE WHO CARE
WHO IS THIS FOR?
This online Summit Recordings are for yoga teachers and therapists interested in integrating yoga and psychology into their life and work, and being part of the new wave of integrative mental health care.
This is for you if you are a:
ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONAL
LIFE / WELLNESS COACH
WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?
Stay up-to-date with the latest research and ideas in the field of mental health & yoga.
- Applying polyvagal theory to yoga
- Yoga, eating disorders and body image
- Yoga Sutras and trauma
- Bhagavad Gita and mental health
- Adverse effects of meditation
- The science of yoga
- Integrating yoga and psychotherapy
- Bringing yoga into the doctor’s office
- Eco-psychology and yoga
- Mental health for yoga business owners
- Making yoga more accessible for everyone
- Yoga and psycho-oncology
- Acknowledgement of country in yoga
- Latest research into yoga and depression
- Yoga to manage your mood
- Teaching yoga in prisons
- Connection to country and yoga
- Stigma, diagnosis and mental health
- Yoga for diabetes
- Yoga for overwhelm
- Moving beyond labels in psychiatry
- Pelvic health and pelvic trauma in yoga
- Yoga for your menstrual cycle
- Mental health and Ayurveda
- Finding ease in a world of dis-ease
- and more
Saraswathi Vasudevan (she/her) is the co-founder of Yoga Vahini Foundation and serves on the Voluntary Board of Directors of Yoga Alliance.
Yoga Sutras & Mental Health
Yoga Sutras & Trauma
Dr Arielle Schwartz (she/her) is a licensed clinical psychologist, certified complex trauma professional, author and Kripalu yoga teacher.
Dr Arielle Schwartz
Applying Polyvagal Theory to Yoga
Jivana Heyman (he/him) is a yoga teacher, author, and founder & director of the Accessible Yoga Association.
Amy Weintraub (she/her) is the founder of the LifeForce Yoga® Healing Institute, an acclaimed yoga therapist, author and a pioneer in the field of yoga and mental health.
Yoga for Your Mood
James Fox (he/him) is the founder of the Prison Yoga Project and has developed trauma informed approaches to teaching yoga in correctional facilities.
Yoga in Prisons
Dr Ganesh Mohan (he/him) is a medical doctor trained in ancient studies and directs Ayurveda trainings and Svastha Yoga Therapy Program.
Dr Ganesh Mohan
Intersection of Yoga & Mental Health
Stephanie Lopez (she/her) is a certified yoga therapist, the Senior Director of Teachings & Programs and Senior iRest Trainer for iRest Institute.
Yoga for Overwhelm
Ann Swanson (she/her) is a certified yoga therapist and author of the best-selling book, SCIENCE OF YOGA.
The Science of Yoga
Stephen Cope (he/him) is a best-selling author, scholar, and founder and former director of the Kripalu Institute for Extraordinary Living.
Yoga’s Exquisite View of Life’s Meaning & Purpose
Rachel Zinman (she/her) is a certified yoga teacher, teacher trainer, author of Yoga for Diabetes an Mental Health Aware Yoga graduate.
Yoga & Diabetes
Chara Caruthers (she/her) is a certified Yoga Therapist, writer and professional Ayurvedic practitioner.
Mental Health & Ayurveda
Anneke Sips (she/her) is a Psychiatric Nurse, Yoga Therapist and the founder of Network Yoga Therapy and the Yoga Therapy Conference.
Yoga & Psychosis
Shannon Crow (she/her) is a yoga teacher consultant, host of The Connected Yoga Teacher podcast, and founder of Pelvic Health Professionals.
Community & Mental Health
Simon Borg-Olivier (he/him) is a teacher trainer, a research scientist, university lecturer and co-director of YogaSynergy Australia.
Simple Physical Tools for Resilience
Ana Davis (she/her) is a Yoga Teacher, author, Doula and founder of Bliss Baby Yoga.
Yoga for the Menstrual cycle
Annabel McLisky (she/her) is a yoga teacher & trainer, co-founder of Trauma Sensitive Yoga Australia, and a retired Psychologist.
Yoga in the Counselling Room
Neal Ghoshal (he/him) is a Yoga Teacher Trainer, co-founder of Contemporary Yoga Teacher Training in New Zealand, and a Mental Health Aware Yoga graduate.
Fiona Sutherland (she/her) is a yoga teacher, accredited practising Dietitian, Director of The Mindful Dietitian and a Podcast host.
Body Image & Yoga
Sandra Palmer (she/her) is a Registered Psychologist and experienced Yoga teacher and iRest meditation teacher in New Zealand.
Yoga in the Psychology Practice
Dr Miguel Farias (he/him) is an experimental psychologist, author, and founding director of the Brain, Belief, & Behaviour Lab at Coventry University.
Dr Miguel Farias
Adverse Effects of Meditation
Sunita Baste Patil (she/her) is a Yoga Teacher & mentor who offers comprehensive teachings on yoga, Ayurveda, and the healing science of India.
Sunita Baste Patil
Bhagavad Gita & Mental Health
Nikola Ellis (she/her) is a certified Yoga Therapist, Psychotherapist and founder of Adore Yoga in Sydney, Australia.
Yoga & Eating Disorders
Yoga & Psycho-oncology
Ella Noah Bancroft (she/her) is a Yoga Teacher, the mentor & founder of The Returning and Yhi Collective, and pioneer for The Decolonisation movement.
Ella Noah Bancoft
Acknowledgment of Country in Yoga
Dr Kaitlin Harkess (she/her) is a Clinical Psychologist, Senior Yoga Instructor and founder of Wisdom for Wellbeing.
Dr Kaitlin Harkess
Integrating Clinical Psychology & Yoga
Eve White is a Wirridjuri woman, Yoga Instructor, Professional Dancer, Indigenous Cultural Educator & MermaidFit creator.
Connecting to Country
Diane Liska (she/her) is a Psychotherapist & Yoga Teacher specialising in neuroscience, offering Yoga-Informed Psychotherapy.
Yoga-informed Psychotherapy & the Relational Space
Brook McCarthy (she/her) is a business coach, Yoga Teacher and trainer with a background in Public Relations.
Mental Health for Business Owners
Lisa Fitzpatrick (she/her) is a registered Physiotherapist with a special interest in pelvic floor rehabilitation, yoga, mindfulness meditation and women’s health.
Mental health, Pelvic Health & Yoga for Wellbeing
Tara D’cruz-Noble (she/her) is a Photographer and Yoga Yeacher who weaves the philosophical teachings of yoga into her work through creative inquiry.
Photography & The Visual Story of Yoga
Dr Lauren Tober (she/her) is a Clinical Psychologist, Yoga Teacher and the founder of the Yoga Psychology Institute.
Dr Lauren Tober
Dr Lauren Tober
As a Clinical Psychologist and Yoga Teacher of around two decades, Dr Lauren is passionate about integrating yoga and psychology on the mat, in the counselling room and in the world.
With the growing interest in mental health and yoga, yoga students are attending yoga classes for the mental health benefits in unprecedented numbers, and therapists are bringing yoga into their clinical practice more than ever.
Join Dr Lauren Tober, the founder of the Yoga Psychology Institute, as she speaks to world leaders in yoga and mental health.
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How long can I access the recordings?
You will get lifetime access to the Summit Recordings (take your time, there’s no rush).
How techy do I need to be?
You need a device and basic computer skills to watch the Summit Recordings.
If you can use email and Facebook, it’s likely you have enough computer skills.
We have designed our online shala to be super-intuitive and easy to use (not to mention beautiful).
We’re also backed up with an amazing IT support team, so if you have any issues, we’ll have you covered.
Our students who identify as not very techy, have told us they find our programs very intuitive and easy to navigate.
Is this accredited?
No, you are purchasing access to pre-recorded interviews, not a full training, and therefore you will not receive a certificate of completion.
You will, however, receive a receipt by email when you purchase access to the Summit Recordings. Some professional memberships/boards will accept this as sufficient evidence of attendance, and therefore once you have watched the interviews, you may be able to claim this as Continuing Professional Development points.
We do provide certificates of completion for our training programs, and many are accredited with Yoga Alliance and Yoga Australia. We invite you to join us for one of them.
Do I need to attend at a specific time?
All the Summit interviews are pre-recorded, so you can access the recordings whenever you like (there are no specific times you need to attend).
ACCESS THE SUMMIT
Stay up-to-date with the latest on yoga and mental health.
Watch all Summit sessions on-demand.
Lifetime online access.