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Somatic Yoga Therapy for Body, Breath and Mind

With Janice Gates

Appropriate for both teachers and practitioners of yoga, this highly engaging and interactive day will be an opportunity to learn how to approach and tailor yoga practices for when we are ill, injured, anxious or needing to find more spiritual depth in our practice and in our lives. Yoga therapy is a rapidly growing field that directly addresses the suffering and fragmentation so many experience on a daily basis, offering a deeply holistic path to become free from duhkha (suffering) - physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. During our time together, we will look at the philosophical underpinnings of Somatic Yoga Therapy and experience how the practice of yoga, supported by ancient lineages and informed by mindfulness, neuroscience and somatic psychology, can deepen and transform your own practice and teaching.


  • Underlying yoga therapy models for healing
  • Basic tools and practices in the yoga therapist tool kit
  • Why and how these tools work from a scientific perspective
  • Simple but potent practices tailored to those attending
  • Interactive practice dyads for integration
  • Best ways to integrate these tools into your practice and teaching most effectively
  • Time for Q & A and discussion
  • Recorded audio practices for at home

Date / Time




13 November 2016, 09:30 - 17:00

De Clercqstraat

Janice Gates



You can register for this workshop by paying with iDeal using the 'Book' link. Full payment is required to ensure your place. Registration is confirmed when payment is complete.

Cancellation policy

Are you entitled to a refund of the registration fee in case of cancellation? Please read article 16 ‘Cancellation of Workshop Registration’ in our General Terms and Conditions to know exactly where you stand.

About Janice Gates

Janice Gates, founder of Somatic Yoga Therapy programs, has been a practicing yoga therapist for over 20 years. A pioneer in the field, she is past president and current advisor to the International Association of Yoga Therapists, has served on the faculty of the Yoga Research and Education Center, and written widely on yoga, yoga therapy and meditation.