YTT Summer 2013 TOC and Editor's Note

Birch, Kelly
July 2013
Yoga Therapy Today;Jul2013, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p2
In this issue, you'll find stimulating feature articles on the competencies defined in IAYT's educational standards: on the foundational role of Ayurveda in the practice of yoga therapy by Larissa Carlson Hall and Arun Deva; thoughtful, hands-on advice on the professional competencies from Matt Taylor; and a persuasive argument for working in collaborative treatment teams in mental health from Elisabeth Crim. We also offer an interview on the 'spiritual competencies' with Nischala Joy Devi, a follow-up article on teaching yoga to incarcerated women, yoga in schools, and yoga for larger women, as well as our regular training report and Yoga Therapy for Daily Living column.


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