A 14-week online course with Joseph Le Page and Karin Silberberg PT.
September 12, 2021 – December 12, 2021
Cost: $399 (early bird price by August 15, $299)
The new book by Joseph Le Page and Karin Silberberg PT, Pranayamas for Healing and Transformation and will be released in late 2021. This 14-week workshop will cover each of the pranayamas from the book, which are divided into the main pranayama families: Full Yogic 3-part breathing, the Kramas, or breathing in stages, Nadi Shodhana, or alternate nostril breathing, Ujjayi, Brahmari, Kapalabhati, Bhastrika, and the Cooling breaths, such as Sheetali.
The presentation of each of the pranayamas will include its benefits, both at the physical and subtle levels, as well as uses for specific health conditions, including special mention of those pranayamas especially helpful for supporting post-Covid-19 recovery.
Joseph’s segment will focus on language for guiding pranayama practice, along with the subtle benefits while physical therapist Karin Silberberg will focus on the physiology and therapeutic benefits for each pranayama.
Students will receive the material from the book before each week’s meeting which will be on Sunday afternoons at 3pm Eastern Time, but each of the 2-hour classes will also be recorded and available online until the end of the course.
Each week’s material will also include a short reflection process to be completed afterwards. Students who submit their reflection notes for each of the 14 weeks will also receive a 28-hour pranayama certificate from Integrative Yoga.
* All classes will be recorded and available for viewing at any time.
Joseph Le Page is the founder of Integrative Yoga Therapy, a leader and pioneer in the Yoga Therapy field since 1992. He is also the co-founder and Director of Enchanted Mountain Retreat Center in Brazil, the largest yoga retreat center in South America. He is the co-author of: The Yoga Toolbox for Teachers and Students and Mudras for Healing and Transformation.
Karin Silberberg is a physical therapist and Emergency Medical Technician as well as a yoga therapist, yoga teacher and outdoor guide. Through her work with NOLS, the National Outdoor Leadership School, she has led outdoor education experiences around the world, including groups from NASA. In her work as a physical therapist and yoga therapist she focuses on making the physiology of respiration accessible and practical to yoga students and yoga therapists.