Learn how to use the healing wisdom of yoga, ayurveda, and psychology to create unique and personalized wellness plans.
This training is for anyone who works in the fields of mental health, ayurveda, or yoga, and for anyone who simply wants to explore the therapeutic applications of these three powerful healing disciplines. With a better understanding of all three fields, you can create comprehensive treatment plans to more fully support yourself or others. Plus, if you’ve been wanting to explore or grow a profession in the wellness arena, this training is the first step toward becoming a certified 3 Wisdom Traditions Wellness Coach!
Meet Your Lead Instructor
MA, RDT/MT, E-RYT 500, and Founder of the 3 Wisdom Traditions Program
Meet the Presenters
Himalayan Institute Senior Faculty & Teacher Trainer
APRN Clinical Nurse Specialist
Dr. Alice Forrester
Executive Director of the Clifford Beers Child Guidance Clinic
Dr. Rosy Mann
Faculty of the Himalayan Institute Ayurvedic Health Counselor Program
Ayurvedic Yoga Specialist & Teacher Trainer
Patricia Faraone Nogelo
During this training you’ll:
- Explore how yoga is a bridge to ayurveda and learn about the concept of agni (internal heat or fire) and how it affects you physically, mentally, and emotionally.
- See how ayurveda can work conceptually and pragmatically with psychological tools offered in the areas of self-regulation, adaptability, and resiliency.
- Explore the roots of Western and Eastern psychology and how they relate to each other and the modern world.
- Learn more about how we experience trauma, and why people respond differently to the same traumatic event.
- Gain an understanding of psychological, yogic, and ayurvedic terms to help you better get to know each discipline and how they relate to each other.
3 Wisdom Traditions Wellness Coach Certification
As a 3 Wisdom Traditions Wellness Coach, you'll be able to integrate these wisdom traditions into your work or practice using ayurvedic lifestyle strategies and yoga techniques along with psychological tools for self-regulation, adaptability, and resiliency.
Complete the Core Concepts test and you’ll be able to take the next two steps toward becoming a 3WT Wellness Coach: the 3WT Learning Lab and the 3WT Mentor Program.
More About the Training
with Kathryn Templeton
Teachers: Get 11.5 Continuing Education Credits
Yoga Alliance requires all yoga teachers to accumulate at least 30 hours of continuing education every three years.
Fulfilling 11.5 non-contact study hours is as easy as logging into the Yoga Alliance website and entering your hours after you’ve completed the training. Continue your yoga education with this training and more from the Yoga International library! This training will also count toward NAMA and NASW CE credits.