PYTI® prepares graduates to be leaders in the field of integrative rehabilitation; Master Clinicians in integrating yoga into their practice via Medical Therapeutic (MTY) methods; and, supervisors of integrative therapy programs which can employ and oversee both licensed medical professionals and laypersons trained in yoga techniques.
Learning takes place in a 3-part program that has online, onsite, and community-based modules. Modules 1-7 & 10-12 are online, which constitute 25 hours of direct learning, and Modules 8, 14, & 15 are onsite, week-long modules totaling over 120 hours of learning that are carried out by the PYTI® Founder, Dr. Ginger Garner, faculty members, and teaching assistants (TA's). The community project, known as the Case Community Competency or CCC Project, varies in hours dependent on your project, and is carried out in your hometown. It is a mentorship program carried out directly with Dr. Garner and the Director of Education, Megan Fahy.