Australian Yoga Therapy Conference 2016
The AYTC is at the cutting edge of the fast expanding field of Yoga therapy. In 2016, AYTC will show-case leading Australian Yoga therapists and researchers with Amy Weintraub, pioneer in the field of Yoga and mental health and author of Yoga for Depression. The AYTC is the only chance you have all year to meet, network and learn from leading Australian and international Yoga therapists all under one roof. We have limited the conference to 180 delegates to create a more intimate learning experience so don’t miss out!
Divine Feminine is a pioneering event that offers women the tools and resources to bring greater health, creativity and fulfillment into their lives through a deeper understanding of the ancient mysteries of womanhood.
Our star-studded line-up includes, Dr. Christine Page, pioneer in women's health, inspirational speaker and gifted intuitive; Eve Grzybowski, Australian Yoga legend; Wendy Batchelor, change and transformation specialist; plus more Divine speakers!
Graduate Certificate in Yoga Therapy Teachers - Brisbane
The Graduate Certificate in Yoga Therapy is a unique opportunity for Yoga teachers to train as a Yoga Therapist. This course will be taught by some of Australia's most highly qualified and respected Yoga Therapists, including Sal Flynn, Annette Loudon and Liz Bennett.
Graduate Certificate in Yoga Therapy Teachers Sydney
The Graduate Certificate in Yoga Therapy is a unique opportunity for Yoga teachers to train as a Yoga Therapist. This course is recognised by the Australian Association of Yoga Therapists (AAYT). This course will be taught by some of Australia's most highly qualified and respected Yoga Therapists, including Sal Flynn, Annette Loudon, Liz Bennett and Zara Matthews.
Dr Shirley Telles
Dr. Shirley Telles is the world’s most prominent Yoga researcher. She has published 108 articles in international journals. She also has written 4 books and 15 chapters in books. Shirley is a highly sought after speaker at national and international conferences. She is a reviewer for 16 international and 4 Indian national journals.
Annette Loudon has been teaching Yoga with a focus on yoga therapy for 18 years. She has recently completed a Masters of Medical Sciences by researching the effects of Yoga and on women with Breast Cancer related Lymphoedema and is one of Australia’s leading experts in Yoga and breast cancer. Annette has specialised in teaching people with various types of special needs, including people with MS, people in wheelchairs, the profoundly deaf, intellectually disabled youth, people on probation, disabled athletes, the NSW cerebral palsy soccer team, people with back pain and people with many other illnesses.