The Yoga Psychology Coaching Model
Any disruption in the external world impacts and disturbs all dimensions of the client’s life and being. The 2,500-year-old text – ‘The Yoga Sutra of Patanjali’, is a treasure chest of deep insights into the human mindset. Yoga Psychology, gives us a comprehensive framework to apply to our coaching and life.
This webinar will give a brief overview of The Yoga Psychology Coaching Model and how it can help a coach to apply the ICF coaching competencies at a deeper level and meet the client’s needs, goals and desired outcomes, especially in today’s rapidly changing VUCA world.
1. By discussing the tri-guna principle of sattva, rajas & tamas in coaching. recognizing their impact on both – the coach and the client, participants will be invited to reflect on applying the tri-gunas concept in their coaching.
2. We will examine the role of the tri-gunas, the five types of mindsets of the client as well as the coach, and understand the five root factors that limit the client’s growth and cause pain.
3. Participants will realize the importance of being in the sattvik state, the mindset that enables the coach to remain focused and empathetically responsive to the client. How this model aids the coach to evoke deeper awareness and insight for the client, helping the client, identify the diverse factors that are influencing current and possible future patterns of thinking, emotion or behavior. This enables the coach to support the client to reframe perspectives that are blocking the client’s progress giving maximum value to the client.
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