Sponsors 2014 - 2015
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Contact Debra Krajewski, IAYT's Conference Manager, at debrak@iayt"dot"org to find out how to become a conference sponsor and what sponsorship opportunities are available for the coming year.

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Please visit their websites to learn more about them.

Platinum Sponsor


Yoga has the potential to change our world-both through the alleviation of suffering and the creation of vast opportunities for self-fulfillment. Those of us who practice yoga know that this is true. But in order to bring the transformational effects of yoga deeply into our society, these effects must first be scientifically evaluated —and that’s just what we're doing at Kripalu’s Institute for Extraordinary Living (IEL).

Gold Sponsor


Mediyoga Medical Yoga has been shaped and developed by Göran Boll of Institutet Medicinsk Yoga in Stockholm. Mediyoga is a therapeutic yoga form that springs from classical Kundaliniyoga, a very old, original yoga from the north of India and Tibet. It has roots in the Tantric tradition, one of the oldest forms of yoga know to man. In Kundaliniyogaen has Göran Boll incorporated fundamental aspects of Ayurveda, the multi-millennial Indian medical art, as well as components from traditional Chinese medicine (TCM).


Silver Sponsors


AVI is an organization of Yoga practitioners and professionals sharing core values, guided by the spirit of Viniyoga and dedicated to offering quality experiential educational and professional training opportunities in the field of health and fitness, therapy and self care and personal transformation.


A World Away... in the heart of the Austin Hill Country

The Ancient Yoga Center provides a distinctive gathering place and supportive environment for your special programs. It is the perfect facility for Yoga and Meditation Retreats, Teacher Trainings, Workshops and all types of meetings. We have been welcoming retreat groups for over 12 years and are dedicated to managing the details, so you can focus on giving the best program possible.


Essential Yoga Therapy has two distinct missions: one, to offer Client Based Yoga Therapy; the other to help yoga teachers in developing skills in the arena of yoga cikitsa or yoga therapy.

The springboard for developing these programs arises from the same fundamental teaching of yoga: that we bear responsibility for reducing suffering in ourselves and from there we are to assist in healing others; and that yoga offers an intelligently laid out path to achieve both of those goals.


The Integrative Restoration Institute is a non-profit educational foundation, which is dedicated to helping people resolve their profound suffering and experience deep healing and peace. IRI is dedicated to offering the secular teachings of nondualism through educational programs, training, classes, workshops, research and audio-visual materials.


Integrative Yoga Therapy is a pioneer and leader in the field, with training programs since 1994. IYT's unique ten step therapy process, developed by Joseph and Lilian Le Page, forms a complete healing program that is being used successfully in clinical settings. IYT's experiential approach to learning allows students to integrate in-depth information through a creative process using a wide range of Yoga tools and techniques to create therapeutic programs directed toward specific groups and for one-on-one Yoga therapy sessions.


Maryland University of Integrative Health is an accredited, nonprofit graduate school featuring programs in nutrition, yoga therapy, health promotion, health and wellness coaching, herbal medicine, acupuncture, and oriental medicine. Clinical services, community programs, and continuing professional education classes are also available. For information and applications, visit www.muih.edu or call 1-800-735-2968.

The Yoga Professional Academy was launched at SYTAR 2014.  Be among the first to offer your professional trainings or to adopt the Simplify Your Life Business and Educational Tools for Yota Therapy SchoolsTM so that you can profitably  spend more time "Living the Yoga Life You Love!"TM


Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy training invites personal growth and professional development through self-study and hands on practicum. PRYT is a yoga-based, client-centered modality encouraging exploration of the relationship between what ’s happening in one's body and what’s happening in life. Body-centered awareness of this kind may bring about a release of physical or emotional tension leading to a better self-understanding and inner guidance that can be supportive in making life decisions.


There is something for everyone at the Texas Yoga Retreat Weekend! The retreat features teachers from across Texas who represent many distinct styles of Yoga. Some classes are gentle and restorative; others are rigorous and will push you to your edges, and some are that delicate balance between.


The Three Minute Egg® is ergonomically designed to work with the shape of your body. This One-Stop Yoga Prop offers an unparalleled combination of comfort, protection and support in both dynamic and restorative practices. No matter what style of yoga you enjoy, the Three Minute Egg® will add new dimensions to your practice.


Yoga as Therapy North America (YATNA) is a provider of high quality yoga therapist trainings in the tradition of Sri T. Krishnamacharya and Mr. TKV Desikachar. Through comprehensive curriculum, practical internships and individual, one-to-one mentoring, YATNA provides a thorough grounding in the therapeutic application of yoga and its integration with allopathic medicine. Trainees also get cutting edge knowledge about modern scientific evidence and research into yoga as a therapeutic modality.


Yoga Therapy Rx is a marriage between Yoga therapy and complementary medicine. The course is designed to train Yoga teachers to be Yoga therapists and apply classical applications of Yoga for use in clinical settings to help treat common ailments and conditions. Certification through Loyola Marymount University. For more information, visit www.samata.com and click on the LMU logo.


Yoga Yoga is a leader in creating programs that join the deeply respected ancient principles of yoga and yoga therapy with more modern Western medical approaches to health. Yoga Yoga’s event schedule, teacher training and therapist training programs are nationally respected for their depth and high quality. Devoted to supporting healthy lifestyle change, Yoga Yoga – in partnership with the Shanti Health Network and the Natural Epicurean Academy of Culinary Arts, the only plant-based, health-supportive cooking school in the country – believes that wellness comes through personal practice.

About Sponsorship

For information about sponsorship, please contact Debra Krajewski at debrak@iayt "dot" org.

We recognize and thank our sponsors for their support of IAYT! Please visit their websites to learn more about them.