At BIYOME we believe in offering our students experiences that build upon their unique field of interest; experiences that captivate innate teaching styles and areas of specialty. For this reason, throughout the year we offer current students, teachers, practitioners, as well as the larger community, “Specialty Intensive Training” designed to truly develop and enhance learning in specific yoga and meditation methodologies.
These continuing professional development (CPD) courses have been designed to develop your knowledge, experience, skill’s, understanding, and professionalism in both yoga and meditation teacher training.
Undertaking BIYOME’s CPD’s in specific areas of specialty intensive training not only ensures that a teachers knowledge and skills stay relevant and up to date, so too it opens both experienced teachers and teachers in training up to new possibilities, new knowledge, and new skill areas in yoga and meditation teaching. Specialty intensive training also ensures that teachers continually deliver a safe environment and best-practice teachings to their students.
The BioMedical Institute of Yoga and Meditation also offers these CPD courses, as we desire that our graduates are most aware of, and trained in, the changing trends and directions of yoga and meditation, while still acknowledging and respecting the ancient sciences of the East.
Each CPD elective is registered with Yoga Australia and may accrue CPD points with other governing bodies. At BIYOME, we encourage you to use your elective choice to lead you towards higher level registration with Yoga Australia and the Meditation Association of Australia. Please feel free to ask us more.
It is our sincere hope that upon completion of an individual specialty intensive training elective our teachers will have been immersed in an experience that leaves their understanding and skills second to none; gaining insight into compassionate connection, adept knowledge within a biomedical framework of specialty yoga and meditation techniques, and the expertise to provide clients with adroitness of resilience and positive lasting change.
Meditation and Mind-Body Medicine Teacher Training has been specifically designed to give you an opportunity to experience lifestyle medicine as attainable practices of compassionate connection with ourselves and others. While there is an explicit focus on mindfulness and meditation processes, this specialty intensive training elective shall cover both Yogic and Buddhist practices, making it perfect for those beginning their journey in either yoga or meditation teacher training.Read More
Yoga Nidra is an evidence-based ancient transformative practice of deep relaxation and meditative inquiry that releases negative emotions and thought patterns, calms the nervous system and develops an inner sanctuary of well-being and equanimity that underlies all circumstances you may encounter in your life.Read More
Trauma is a prevalent sociological health ailment. Adverse child experiences, inept assistance, or compassionate connection in the face of suffering, as well as levels of disconnect that impact inability to feel safe, significant, or to make sense and meaning in life have impacted our society in ways that are quite often to vast to fully fathom. Clients come seeking wellbeing through various primary or secondary treatment methodologies that include (albeit not limited to) therapy, yoga, or meditation.Read More
This second trauma informed teacher training course has been designed to enrich evidence-based practice and methodology by providing you with adept understanding of the gut-brain axis (GBA) and how stress affects our digestive system, microbiota and its relationship to wellbeing, as well as how to influence the GBA for holistic wellbeing.Read More
Sleep deprived, exhausted, and over-worked many clienteles within our society come seeking a sense of relief from chronic illness, inflammation, anxiety, depression, or a sense of unease. Learning to teach restorative practices and to focus classes on the benefits of self-care enables a richness within the practitioner’s services that allows for integrative wellbeing in their clientele.Read More
Founded in state-of-the-art science and lived experience, mindfulness for a meaningful life offers you a chance of learning proficiency in the teachings that have been personally effective within Celia’s life. Moreover, you will have the opportunity to create deepened embodied meaning within your life.Read More
Known as the “Yoga of Awareness” Kundalini Yoga is considered most comprehensive and combines meditation, mantra, pranayama, and posture (asana) within each single practice – there is a flow of energy and consciousness within Kundalini that cannot be sourced from other yogic techniques. More specifically, Kundalini Yoga Therapy offers a range of exquisite and various techniques for creating lasting mental and physical change - a process of integrative medicine that combines intuition and science; a Yoga Therapy that cultivates lasting mind-body change.Read More
We invite you to become part of this pioneering work in the field of yoga therapy, looking at the food and mood connection. This evidenced informed course will help you to understand the link between food and mood, microbiome and gut health through the lens of Yoga, Ayurveda, Meditation, as well as a biopsychosocial model of well-being.Read More
One in five people in Australia suffer from persistent pain. In this 50hr Yoga Therapy and Meditation course, designed for yoga teachers and meditation teachers, you will learn about the neurophysiology and science of pain. You will be able to provide your clientele or students with a new outlook on how to perceive and manage pain through yoga, mindfulness and meditation.Read More
The last decade has seen considerable research showing that cultivating compassion has a major impact on emotional states, social relationships and even physical processes. This 4-day workshop represents a unique opportunity for yoga teachers and mental health professionals to gain a strong foundation in CFT for yoga teachers and therapists alike.Read More
In this course, you will be thrilled to learn there are evidenced based interventions for improving professional relationships, intimate relationships and even the relationship you have with yourself. These interventions are coupled with mindfulness and compassion practice, yoga breathing practices and somatic experiencing.Read More
Kundalini Yoga Can Help Treat Symptoms of Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Depression (Source). We see in cases of depression that kundalini yoga will affect plasma serotonin, melatonin, and glutamate levels following three and six months of practice. The pulse rate, cortisol levels and blood pressure in these patients are also lowered after Kundalini Yoga practice. "Thus, the practice of Kundalini Yoga helps to maintain a perfect homeostasis by bringing an equilibrium between the sympathetic and parasympathetic activities and it can be used as a non...Read More
Kundalini Yoga explores the subtle energetics of the body, the more subtle forms of anatomy that yogis have been exploring through meditation for thousands of years. In this course you will gain both a theoretical and experiential understanding of Prana, Apana, Nadis, Kundalini, Chakras, Ten bodies, and The Navel Point. The course will explore how to develop your sensory body for healing, and how to live more fully engaged as a sensory, energetic being. Learn to be present, aware and fully in the moment through...Read More
Using the power of breath, sound and prayer, we heal. Breathing, moving and singing together has been proven to help us recover more effectively from trauma. Breathing, moving, chanting, yoga, dancing - these are all ways that you can make your body feel safe. (Bessel Van Der Kolk)Read More
Historical records indicate that Kundalini was a science of energy and spiritual philosophy originating from the Upanishads. The Vedic origins pre-date the physical practice we know today, kundalini being considered the most sacred of teachings offered over the past millennia.Read More