6/25 & 6/26 Basic Principles of a Therapeutic Relationship
June 25 @ 12:30 pm - June 26 @ 12:30 pm$299
This 11.75-hour weekend is led by Yoga Therapist Cheri Dostal Ryba. It provides the foundations that the yoga therapist – client relationship is the basis, the very core, of all yoga therapy treatment approaches regardless of the specific aim. It introduces the fundamentals of the very first process between yoga therapist and client that the yoga therapist is entering into a relationship with the client that essentially is safe, confidential, reliable, and consistent with appropriate and clear boundaries. The principles of a therapeutic yoga therapist-client relationship have specific goals and functions that will be discussed and analyzed through case studies and group discussion.
Please call the studio to pre-register (714) 417-9834. If trainees are enrolling in the entire 300hr Yoga Teacher Training Program, they will receive pre-registration pricing.
- Saturday, July 11th 12:30 – 6:30pm
- Sunday, July 12th 12:60 – 6:15pm
- $299, included in 300 HR Autopay
Cheri Dostal Ryba
Cheri Dostal Ryba is Co-Director of our Yoga Therapist Training. She is a Yoga Therapist Specializing in Musculoskeletal Ailments, and a Franklin Method Movement Educator. Cheri has been teaching movement and embodiment for 15 years.
Anatomy is often at the core of her lessons, giving students what Cheri playfully calls ‘x-ray vision’. She blends yoga, dance, developmental movement patterns, The Franklin Method, restorative yoga and fitness education. As a Movement and Yoga Therapist, she’s helped people with chronic pain, sacroiliac joint and pelvic, neck and back injuries, mental health/anxiety and to improve digestive health. Cheri’s contagious enthusiasm inspires you to reconnect with the joy of movement.
Cheri offers one on one private sessions to adults. As a yoga therapist, she’s helped people with chronic pain, sacroiliac joint and back injuries, stroke survivor, mental health/anxiety, TMJ and neck issues, digestive health, pelvic pain and incontinence.