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Hart Lazer

150-hour Yoga Therapeutics Advanced Teacher Training Level 2


Term 1:2023/10/25-29

Term 2:2023/12/13-17

Term 3:2024/1/5-7, 1/12-14

Term 4:2024/1/19-21, 1/26-28

Term 5:2024/2/23-25, 2/28-3/3

7/10 Info Session *free admission

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  • Introduction
  • About Hart Lazer
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Hart Lazer
150-hour Yoga Therapeutics Advanced Teacher Training Level 2 Information Session

Date: 7/10 (Mon)
Time: 19:00-20:30
Free Admission
Location:SPACE YOGA An-Ho Studio

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Receive an additional NT$5,000 off the early bird discount when you register with a deposit. Offer valid now through the day of the information session on July 10th


  • Participants shall sign in 5 minutes before the class, late-comers will not be allowed enter.
  • Mobiles are not allowed into the classroom in order to maintain the best quality of the talk.
  • Shoes, food and drinks are NOT allowed in the studio. Please take off your shoes when arriving the studio.
  • SPACE will video record and photograph the session for our records and promotion purposes.
  • SPACE reserves the right to change, amend, modify any terms and conditions of this program, as well as the right to cancel, terminate, amend or suspend this program.

This course is conducted in module format. Most modules are interconnected, and the later modules build upon the skills and knowledge learnt in the earlier modules.

Module 1: Upper Back, Neck and Shoulders 2023/10/25-29

A wonderful opportunity for yoga teachers to address upper back, neck, and shoulder issues. We look at chronic neck and shoulder conditions related to everyday tension due to postural imbalance, as well as common injuries and chronic pain.

You will learn innovative adjustments as a vehicle for alleviating tension in the region of the upper back, neck, and shoulder. Using a variety of props and movement-based somatic releasing techniques, you will develop skills in releasing tension and resolving traumatic holding patterns in and around the upper back, neck, and shoulders.

This module will look at some ways to reverse the effects of technology on our posture, address the health of the cervical spine in relation to the upper back and shoulders, and help heal the effects of whiplash, frozen shoulder, and other injuries.

Module 2: Lower Back and Its 3 Layers of Pathology 2023/12/13-17

Whether the lower back issue is a result of postural imbalance, repeated use, occupational injury, stress, or a traumatic event, this module will interest yoga teachers and practitioners who want to deepen their understanding of the lower back and its 3 layers of pathology: muscular, skeletal and neurological. You will be given assessment tools to learn how to identify particular conditions associated with lower back pain and how to create relief for those particular conditions, including sciatica, a herniated disk, and lumbar compression.

You will learn how to create initial release and ease of tension, how to modify and adapt classical yoga postures as needed, and how to receive in-depth instruction for a wide range of restful postures supported by props.

The focus will be on how to create effective relief from the symptoms of pain, and then look at how to develop a practice that releases tension and develops supportive strength for a healthy spine.

Module 3: Hips, Groins and Knees 2024/1/5-7

As teachers and students of yoga, many of us aspire towards hip opening, a requirement for many yoga poses. Though in doing so, most of us only ever attain a superficial sensation of stretching and don’t really notice much change. In this module, we will look at the essential components of the hip joint and get a clear understanding of true hip opening. With improved hip health, we can learn to enjoy a greater range of movement and freedom in our yoga practice and activities of everyday life.

In this module, you will also learn about the anatomical relationship between the joint systems of the hips and knees and their connection to the groins. You will be given a skill set that will help you modify poses and work appropriately for individuals recovering from knee and hip surgery.

You will also develop approaches that build support for these joints alongside a variety of adaptations for knee and hip pain or restriction.

Module 4: PTSD (posttraumatic stress disorder) and Stress-Related Diseases 2024/1/12-14

The ability to be present and in our bodies is deeply challenged by long-term chronic stress and trauma. Teachers and students of yoga will discover new ways to reclaim the body and become more present. You will be given approaches to asana and meditation practice designed to settle the nervous system.

You will learn how to read and assess the signs of nervous system distress and how to restore the nervous system to a healthy equilibrium. This has been shown to improve sleep, digestion, reproductive, and respiratory functions, as well as the overall resilience needed to cope with the demands of life.

Module 5: Persistent Pain and Its Relationship to Anxiety, Panic and Depression 2024/1/19-21

Many people struggle with either depression or anxiety. Both of these have become more prevalent in a society that tends to favor material wealth over emotional and spiritual well-being. The emotional reactions to this alienating experience may range from feelings of low mood or listlessness to always being wound up, “on”, or in some way unable to relax. In almost all cases, difficult emotions are trapped in the body, manifesting as tension and persistent pain.

This module will introduce you to the basics of nervous system theory. It is also an excellent starting place for Module 4: PTSD and Stress-Related Diseases. In this module, you will learn the connection between these forms of emotional imbalance and the prevalence of persistent pain in those who struggle with either depression or anxiety. The mind-body connection will be looked at with meditation and breath awareness in order to develop a compassionate attitude toward emotional distress and physical pain. This work is of great value to teachers and students who wish to create conditions for whole-person healing.

The material covered in Modules 1–3 will set the foundation for this module because of the common prevalence of persistent physical pain associated with anxiety, panic, and depression. The skill set acquired in Modules 1–3 is useful for knowing how to work with a variety of pain conditions in order to help create initial relief on the physical level and then be able to work at the emotional and psychological levels.

Module 6: Trauma of The Pelvic Area 2024/1/26-28

This module will build on the skills learned in Module 4. Given that an estimated 2 out of every 4 people have in some way experienced sexual aggression at varying degrees, this is almost half of the population. It is important to learn how to create a non-threatening environment in the yoga class setting for everyone, especially for those who have experienced trauma to the pelvic area or pelvic surgeries. You will learn to develop your instruction with particular sensitivity to language and the fundamentals of appropriate touch in physical adjustments. You will also be given techniques to help establish healthy boundaries and create supportive, nurturing conditions for healing to happen. (Not available for online participating)

Module 7: Cancer 2024/2/23-25

The effects of cancer treatment are quite demanding on the body. In this module, you will be given tools to help support the recovery process. While yoga is NOT meant to be practiced during certain stages of illness, once the disease is in recovery, restorative yoga asana can be a supportive treatment to create nourishing circulation and deep rest. Yoga can also help with some of the effects of treatment, such as nausea and fatigue. The meditation component of this course will teach you how to work with the reality of death and how to make peace with the process of death and dying, ultimately creating a compassionate attitude towards life.

Module 8: Digestive System Diseases 2024/2/28-3/3

‘Module 4: PTSD and Stress-Related Diseases’ will provide the foundation for this module. Studies have found that there is a close relationship between stress, trauma, and the prevalence of digestive system diseases. You will learn about the etiology of the disease process as well as yoga poses that help boost a digestive system. Meditation instruction will be given to help foster nervous system relaxation, love, and kindness. The conditions that will be covered are irritable bowel syndrome and ulcerative colitis.

Module 9: Cardiac and Respiratory systems as Support for Autoimmune Diseases that Affect Breathing 2024/2/28-3/3

This module addresses autoimmune diseases that affect breathing through yoga practice for long-term benefits by looking at yoga poses that reduce or eliminate the symptoms of asthma and how the cardiac and respiratory systems provide support. The effects of stress on the nervous system have a direct impact on immunity and the body’s ability to fight allergens, MGOs, and environmental pollutants. You will learn to identify challenging breath patterns and how to create relief for improved respiratory function. Through a series of breath techniques, you will also be given the tools to improve snoring and sleep apnea, conditions that interrupt sleep. With improved breathing and sleep, those struggling with asthma, snoring, and sleep apnea often notice a more balanced appetite and find that they are more alert and relaxed in the activities of day-to-day life.

Suitable for

  • At least two years of yoga practice
  • Completed a recognized 200-hr yoga teacher-training program


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10/8 10/9 10/10 10/11 10/12 10/13 10/14
10/15 10/16 10/17 10/18 10/19 10/20 10/21
10/22 10/23 10/24 10/25
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11/5 11/6 11/7 11/8 11/9 11/10 11/11
11/12 11/13 11/14 11/15 11/16 11/17 11/18
11/19 11/20 11/21 11/22 11/23 11/24 11/25
11/26 11/27 11/28 11/29 11/30 12/1 12/2
12/3 12/4 12/5 12/6 12/7 12/8 12/9
12/10 12/11 12/12 12/13
Module 2
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12/24 12/25 12/26 12/27 12/28 12/29 12/30
12/31 1/1 1/2 1/3 1/4 1/5
Module 3
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1/8 1/9 1/10 1/11 1/12
Module 4
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1/15 1/16 1/17 1/18 1/19
Module 5
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1/22 1/23 1/24 1/25 1/26
Module 6
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1/29 1/30 1/31 2/1 2/2 2/3
2/4 2/5 2/6 2/7 2/8 2/9 2/10
2/11 2/12 2/13 2/14 2/15 2/16 2/17
2/18 2/19 2/20 2/21 2/22 2/23
Module 7
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2/26 2/27 2/28
Module 8, 9
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3/4 3/5 3/6 3/7 3/8 3/9
3/10 3/11 3/12 3/13 3/14 3/15 3/16
3/17 3/18 3/19 3/20 3/21 3/22 3/23
3/24 3/25 3/26 3/27 3/28 3/29 3/30
Term 1
Module 1 : 2023/10/25-29
Term 2
Module 2 : 2023/12/13-17
Term 3
Module 3 : 2024/1/5-7
Module 4 : 2024/1/12-14
Term 4
Module 5 : 2024/1/19-21
Module 6 : 2024/1/26-28
Term 5
Module 7 : 2024/2/23-25
Module 8, 9 : 2024/2/28-3/3
8:00 – 14:00
(Including one hour break)
  • Any changes will be notified well in advance.


Hart Lazer RYT 150-Hour Yoga Alliance Certification
{finish L1 & L2, could have 300-Hour Yoga Alliance Certification}

Hart Lazer

Hart Lazer is co-owner of United Yoga Montreal and internationally recognized as a teacher of yoga teachers. Systematic, profound, thorough, sensitive, and challenging, he is a master at teaching the mechanics of asana, having studied closely with Iyengar teacher Ramanand Patel for many years and undertaken a serious study of Ashtanga yoga. Hart Lazer offers his students the experience gained from his unique life story, from boyhood in a Jewish rabbinical school through a career in counseling and over 40 years as a yoga teacher and practitioner. In recent years Hart has explored the effects of Buddhism, yoga and trauma on the body and has developed a multi-dimensional approach to working with human difficulties.

2023/10/25-2024/3/3 Hart Lazer 150-hour Yoga Therapeutics Advanced Teacher Training Level 2

Identity Early Bird Price Register till 7/19 Pre-training Price Register between 7/20~9/27 Regular Price
SPACE members/SPACE 150/200 TT Graduates NT$ 111,500 NT$ 121,500 NT$135,000
Non-SPACE members NT$ 121,500 NT$ 130,500
  • SPACE workshop discount vouchers are not valid for this immersion.

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  • Location: SPACE YOGA An-Ho Studio
  • Minimum of registration to hold the course: 20 students.
  • No photographing and scene recording in the teacher training. Only sound recording is allowed.
  • SPACE will video record and photograph the training for our records and promotion purposes.
  • To register and reserve your space for the course, please first fill out the online application form then complete the payment process.
  • If you have any questions regarding the course, please email or call SPACE YOGA An-Ho Studio +886-2-27738108

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