Ethical, Legal & Business Principles for Yoga Therapy
17 Hours | Home Study
Refine your knowledge of Yoga Therapy ethics and practice! This online module is an essential resource for students who are interested in pursuing a career in Yoga Therapy. It provides you with the knowledge and skills you need to be successful in the field, including the Code of Conduct, Ethical Principles, and Scope of Practice for Yoga Therapy. You’ll also cover the differences between working as a yoga teacher and working as a Yoga Therapist, how to refer clients to medical professionals when necessary, and the business aspects of Yoga Therapy, including insurance, self-care, and professional development.
This module is exclusively available for students who are completing the 875-Hour Yoga Therapy Diploma.
“Yoga therapy is a journey of self-discovery and transformation. It is important to be ethical and responsible in our practice so that we can help others on their own journey.” – T.K.V. Desikachar
What to expect
- Complete the module at your own pace with distance learning.
- Engage in self-inquiry with intriguing exercises.
- Build a professional network by referring clients to medical professionals.
- Gain insights into collaboration and support with healthcare providers and other Yoga Therapists.
- Reflect on challenging situations with a case study questionnaire.
- Explore Yoga Therapy as a healthy business.
- Learn about self-responsibility, self-care, and professional development.
- Receive personalised feedback.
- Unlimited access to our educational platform
- Put your knowledge to the test with a scope of practice and ethics test.
- Differentiate between Yoga teacher and Yoga Therapist roles and potential conflicts.
- Establish collaborative relationships with healthcare providers and fellow Yoga Therapists.
- Demonstrate knowledge of the IAYT’s role and standards, including the Ethics, Scope of Practice, and Code of Conduct.
- Apply healthy business models and understand the need for professional insurance.
- Demonstrate self-responsibility, self-care, and personal/professional development through the use of self-reflection and self-inquiry techniques in Yoga Therapy.
- Research and identify European and international Yoga Therapy regulations.
- Apply principles of informed consent for touch.
- This self-paced distance learning module has no scheduled dates, providing you the flexibility to start and complete it at your convenience.
Who is this course for?
- This module is exclusively available for students finalising their 875-Hour Yoga Therapy Diploma
Excl. VAT €200*
Incl. 21% VAT €242*
*European companies registered outside the Netherlands are exempt from VAT charges. Please contact us to find out more.
Frequently Asked Questions
To join this module, you must be a student of the Yoga Therapy Diploma 875-Hours who has completed all of the other modules and is ready to commence your case studies.
You can join the module once you have completed all of the other modules in the course and are ready to commence your case study. To register, simply send us an email and we’ll get you started.
No, this module does not offer continuing education credits because the module forms an integral part of our Yoga Therapy Diploma.
However, you can still earn continuing education credits by completing our other courses that are approved by Yoga Alliance.
This 17-hour distance learning module can be completed at your own pace. The amount of time it takes will vary depending on your individual learning style and pace. Most students find that they prefer to spread the exercises out over time.
There are a number of resources available to help you learn, including videos, articles, and quizzes. You can work through these materials in any order you like, and you can take breaks as needed. We recommend completing the module as you are working with clients, as many of the tasks complement the case study work well. This means that it might take a few months to complete the entire module in small steps.
The price of the module includes unlimited access to the educational platform, including written materials and assignments. You’ll also have the ability to contact the team and faculty by email for support.
The price of the module doesn’t include books, yoga mats or props, or any other materials or equipment that may be required for the module.
We offer a variety of discounts and promotions on our Yoga Therapy training courses throughout the year. To see the current discounts and promotions, please visit our promotions page.
Self-care is important because it helps the Yoga Therapist to maintain their own physical, mental, and emotional health. This is important because Yoga Therapists are often working with clients who are struggling with health challenges, and they need to be able to offer their clients support and guidance from a place of resilience and well-being.
Professional development is important because it helps the Yoga Therapist to stay up-to-date on the latest research and best practices in Yoga Therapy. This is important because the field of Yoga Therapy is constantly evolving, and Yoga Therapists need to be able to adapt their practices to meet the needs of their clients.
Still have questions? Reach out to us. We’re always happy to help!