Are you looking to get certified as a yoga teacher? We’ve got you covered. Our training is a featured module in several prestigious 300-hour YA trainings.
Are you looking to get certified as a yoga therapist? We are proud to be a featured module in several prestigious 800-hour IAYT trainings.
Are you a nurse looking for CEU credits? We are CBRN (California Board of Registered Nursing) registered CEU providers.
Therapeutic Yoga is a blend of restorative yoga, gentle yoga, breathwork, hands-on healing, and guided meditation techniques combined in such a way that makes it an excellent choice for those who need something gentle, yet effective, for bringing the body into balance. It is a particularly good practice for those recovering from, or living with, injury or illness. The Therapeutic Yoga Training program has taught thousands of graduates over the last twenty years. Our highly refined curriculum is optimized to give you what you need to readily apply the techniques and knowledge in real world settings.
Cheri Clampett and Arturo Peal are the co-founders of the Therapeutic Yoga Training Program.
Cheri Clampett, C-IAYT, ERYT-500 is the Founder and Director of the Therapeutic Yoga Training Program. She is a certified yoga therapist with over 25 years of teaching experience and is passionate about bringing the benefits of yoga to those recovering from or living with injury or illness. Cheri has presented Therapeutic Yoga at Beth Israel Medical Center and the Langone Medical Center at NYU. Cheri started the yoga program at the Ridley-Tree Cancer Center in 1999, where she continues to teach weekly classes. Cheri’s teaching focuses on the healing aspects of yoga: freeing the body, breath, and flow of energy through practicing with awareness, compassion, and love. Cheri is the co-author of the Therapeutic Yoga Kit, published in January 2009 by Inner Traditions.
Arturo Peal MA, (TCM), LMP, Co-Founder of the Therapeutic Yoga Training Program, is an anatomy and physiology (A&P) instructor and a certified yoga therapist. He holds a Masters Degree in Chinese Medicine, practices CranioSacral Therapy and has been involved in the “alternative” health-care field for more than 30 years. His weekly classes in Therapeutic Yoga serve students who are unable to do a traditional Vinyasa practice. He integrates his expertise in Anatomy, Kinesiology, Chinese Medicine, and the healing processes to present a multidimensional understanding of the human body.