Yoga Therapy is the adaptation of yoga practices for people with health problems.
Yoga is a holistic system for creating harmony and a balance of energies on every level of our being – physical, emotional, mental and spiritual. When this balance is disturbed in illness, yoga can help restore it and cure, or manage, the illness.
Yoga therapy utilises practices from India which date back thousands of years. Scientific research shows that these practices for managing psychosomatic, stress-related conditions, which are so common today. This is because you bridge the gap between body and mind, ranging across the whole spectrum from physical to mental.
In such cases, yoga therapy can help people by tailoring yoga to their individual needs, taking into account their health problems, constitution and circumstances.
One-to-one consultations provide appropriate yoga therapy regimens for a wide variety of conditions and people: (addiction, asthma, cancer, arthritis, low back pain, multiple sclerosis, menstrual problems, pregnancy and childbirth, babies and postnatal). Yoga therapy starts with very simple exercises. You can begin to practise and benefit right away, even if you have never done yoga before. Commencing with simple stretching and breathing exercises, you gradually progress in stages to a range of posture, breathing and relaxation practices.
Yoga Therapy is usually conducted on a one-to-one basis. It tailors yoga to a persons individual needs, taking into account their health problems, constitution and circumstances. Yoga Therapy can be used along with any medical treatment and in conjuction with other complementary therapies.
Yoga Therapy can help with the treatment of many health concerns: Pregnancy, Anxiety, Arthritis, Asthma, Cancer, Diabetes, Depression, Headaches, High Blood Pressure, Pain, Addiciton, Low Back Pain, Heart Conditions, Hyperventilation, Irritable Bowel Sydrome, Multiple Scelerosis, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, M.E, Sports injuries and Women's Health Problems. It promotes the innate healing resource of the body, helping to restore the proper functioning of the bodies systems.
What happens in a session?
Yoga Therapy starts with very simple exercises. People can begin to practice and benefit right away, even if they have never done yoga before. Commencing with stretching and breathing exercises, students gradually progress in stages to a range of asanas (postures), pranayama (breathing exercises) and relaxation practices.
Contact Tab: firstname.lastname@example.org£151.00£151.00View Detail