Before you apply!1. Read through course information and booking conditions.2. Take some time to think through your answers. Each group is different and we carefully select participants to make sure we offer an enthusiastic, diverse learning environment. 3. The application process helps us ensure the training meets your needs. We may phone or email you with a couple more questions to make sure the training will give you what you are looking for.4. This course tends to suit those with a real interest in understanding pain and the people who experience it over many years. Pain is a complex human experience that you will learn more about as you practice in this field. As such, this is not an accreditation (whereby you leave with everything you know about yoga and pain) rather, it is a thought-provoking practitioner training that equips you to grow in this emerging field.5. We don't select you based on your years of yoga experience or who has the most credentials. We are most interested in those who are interested in this topic, in helping people, and who are curious about what they don't yet know. 6. Note this is not a teacher training course. Only qualified yoga teachers can teach yoga per se. Health professionals will learn transferable skills, what yoga-based pain care looks like in their profession, and how to be a part of a wider network of support for people with pain.7. As a gesture of respect, please only apply if you intend to accept a place in this innovative program. It takes time for us to assess applications.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or +61 450 393 336 if you have any questions.