Join your colleagues and inspire the global community
(Plus – increase your own exposure with the opportunity to build your client base.)
We want to show the world the important work yoga therapists do! Be an integral part of this year’s conference by offering an experiential session during the conference.
To lead a community session, you must be a C-IAYT Yoga Therapist (or equivalent)* and host a session that addresses one of the following conference subthemes:
- Mental Health
- Chronic Pain
- Yoga Therapy in Healthcare
- COVID related health challenges
- Creating Optimal Health with Yoga Therapy
Community Session hosts will
- Present a 45-50 min (experiential or lecture based) session during the the three day conference
- Have your session highlighted in the GYTD conference
- Have the opportunity to build your international profile
- Have the opportunity to grow your client base (self-promotion at the end of your session is encouraged – this event is hosted to help you create new clients)
- Get a Full Access GYTD Conference pass at a discounted rate (Includes access to the recordings for all of the keynotes & panel discussions)
Please note: Community Session hosts must still purchase a ticket to the Global Yoga Therapy Day; however, Community Sessions hosts pay a discounted rate in thanks for their contribution ($150 instead of $249).
To register to host a community session, you will need to have pre-prepared:
- The title of your presentation
- A 140 character description for your presentation (to get people to click to learn more)
- A longer description of your presentation
- A 1500 x 600px image to feature your session
- Your website, Twitter & LinkedIn URLs (if you have)
- Credit card details to purchase your discounted conference pass & submit your registration to host a Community Session
Please note: The GYTD submissions team will review all registrants and confirm your place in the Community Sessions portion of the conference program. You must be a C-IAYT, or a senior yoga teacher or healthcare professional using yoga therapeutically in order to host a community session.