Graduates with Interdisciplinary and Integrative Medicine Skills Get the Jobs
Yes, it's true.
Candidates who possess interdisciplinary education experience and integrative medicine skills are at the top of employer's lists now. All of the major hospitals in the US, including Duke University, Johns Hopkins University, Mayo Clinic, Houston's MD Anderson Cancer Center, and Harvard University now offer cutting-edge integrative medicine programs to their patients and the community. With Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) being a 32 billion dollar industry in the US today, it is important that your facility can offer state-of-the-art integrative medicine modalities. And because the practice of yoga is multi-faceted, the top 10 CAM modalities all have elements of yoga intertwined with them. This means yoga's diversity can offer your facility multiple ways to educate students and multiple ways to offer new programming to patients and their families.
About the PYTI Program
Professional Yoga Therapy Institute partners with organizations and educational institutions throughout North America to offer international CE, CME, undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate coursework in partnership with professional organizations, institutes, and universities in the United States and Canada.
If your organization, facility, or university program is interested in offering PYTI programs, contact PYTI’s Director of Education, Megan Fahy, firstname.lastname@example.org.
PYTI can provide you with...
Enhanced public speaking and teaching efficacy
Graduate level curriculum successfully in place at universities throughout North America
Connection and networking with fellow colleagues already doing research in yoga
Cutting edge, field-tested, evidence-based integrated rehabilitation and wellness programming in yoga
Discover the learning path that suits your needs.
There are three ways to participate in our program: