Sequence Wiz electronic health records system for yoga therapists

Exclusive content

As a Sequence Wiz member, you will get access to an extensive library of educational resources to deepen your professional skills and educate your students. The library includes exclusive video series, pose close-ups, print handouts, real-life case studies, and an audio library. 

Case studies

Examples of recent work with yoga clients, including problem analysis, investigation, and developing a course of action

Case studies on collective trauma following the COVID-19 pandemic by Maryam Ovissi, C-IAYT

Case studies on trauma through the polyvagal theory lens with Charlotte Nuessle, C-IAYT

Case studies on trauma with Mary Hilliker, C-IAYT

Case studies on lower back pain with Rachel Lanzerotti, C-IAYT

Case studies on anxiety with Alison Wesley, C-IAYT

Case studies on shoulder and lower back pain with Olga Kabel, C-IAYT

DEMO: Case Studies with Mary Hilliker (Registered Dietitian/Nutritionist, E-RYT500, IAYT-Certified Yoga Therapist)


Mary Hilliker has been mentoring yoga therapists for the last 8 years in their individual client work, development of therapeutic groups and workshops, personal practice, and professional transformation. Mary owns and operates River Flow Yoga Teacher Training School, a Yoga Alliance RYS-200 and RYS-300 in Wausau, Wisconsin.

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DEMO: Virtual event. Working with Individuals & Small Therapeutic Groups around Trauma
(with Mary Hilliker and Olga Kabel)

Check out the highlights from the talk, including ideas on how to form therapeutic groups and which frameworks to use in your assessments.

Some of the questions discussed included:
  • Is there a difference between working around trauma vs. working with trauma?
  • How do yogic teachings on suffering educate our work with trauma?
  • Trauma can show up on different levels of the system. How do we decide which level to work with?
  • Do triggering experiences happen during yoga therapy sessions? How do we handle them?
  • How’s working with students individually different from working within a therapeutic group?
  • What are the criteria for forming therapeutic groups, and who forms them?
  • How do we adjust the practice to the individual within a therapeutic group?
  • How can we do this kind of work authentically online rather than in person?
  • What is the scope of practice of a yoga therapist when it comes to working with trauma?

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Exclusive video series

Exclusive video content on special yogic techniques, teaching yoga to beginners, working with private yoga clients, and more!

Now in library of video series:

Private Yoga Clients: Where to Find Them and How to Attract Them

Private Yoga Clients: Where to Find Them and How to Attract Them.

This series helps you figure out who you are as a yoga teacher and narrow down the types of students you want to work with. It covers five reliable channels for finding private yoga clients and explains how to connect with potential new clients via those channels. This course also teaches you to:

  • Establish an effective personal web presence,
  • Figure out the logistics of seeing clients one-on-one,
  • Create systems that ensure an ongoing flow of clients,
  • Set your goals and intentions for one-on-one work.


This series qualifies for 4 CECs with Yoga Alliance and IAYT (upon completion of the final project).

How to teach superposes to beginners

How to teach superposes to beginners.

This video series will show you how to teach superposes to complete beginners: how to build instructions from simple to more complex, what to look for in body alignment, how to coordinate breath and movement and what to watch out for. All poses featured in this series can be used for both diagnosing body imbalances and correcting them.

Special yogic techniques

There is so much more to yoga then asana. In this video series we feature short videos of breathing techniques, meditations, mudras and other potent yogic techniques that take your yoga practice to the next level and infuse it with meaning.

Student observations

As yoga teachers and yoga therapists, we continuously work on perfecting our observational skills to be able to understand our students on a deeper level. We conduct these observations in stillness and in motion because different layers of the systems are revealed in different positions and at different times.

Print handouts

Educational PDF handouts on how to design yoga practices and use yoga to work with body, energy and mind

Demo handout FREE

Examples of handouts

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Effective Neck Stretching
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How breathing affects your health and function
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How to work with students diagnosed with osteoporosis
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Kapha Recommendations for yoga practice
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Pain assessment
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Refine your story: Who are your students and what problems do they face?
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Sleep assessment
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Ten types of yoga practices
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The neuromatrix of pain
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The Polyvagal Theory and the three gunas
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The remarkable nervous system and its functions
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Yoga practice ideas based on Panchamaya Model

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Pose close-ups

Detailed information about a pose, including body positioning, desired effects, and pose adaptations

Pose recipes

Proven strategies to prepare for more difficult poses and target specific body areas

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Audio library

Featured audio files of guided relaxations and meditations

Befriend your inner sensations

Short guided demo meditation by Olga Kabel (14 minutes)

Paying attention to the inner workings of our bodies gives us a chance to inhabit our bodies, acknowledge our physiology, observe how it reflects in our mental-emotional and physical states, and move from sympathetic to parasympathetic activation. This short meditation will help you become aware of the four main areas that we can generally feel – respiration, circulation, digestion, and skin to become more familiar with the sensations within our bodies and to befriend them.