Yoga can be used as a therapeutic tool for many physical and mental responses
Mind-body research is now demonstrating Yoga's effectiveness as a treatment for chronic pain, mental responses, cardiovascular disease and so much more.
Yoga, from a therapeutic perspective, explores a deeper understanding of anatomy, physiology, plus the integration of Eastern & Western methodologies.
While the focus of a yoga teacher is to teach yoga asanas (poses), the focus of a Yoga Therapeutics Specialist is less about teaching yoga asanas (poses) and more about applying specific yoga techniques to help a person reduce symptoms they may be dealing with through a customized Yoga Therapeutics Session.
These are personalized, 1 on 1 sessions, aimed to assist students with living a better quality of life, allowing them to heal and cope with physically demanding lifestyles, sedentary lifestyles, mental responses, ailments, or injuries.
Lifestyles, Mental Responses, Ailments, & Injuries Include
Mental responses such as anxiety, depression, ADHD...
Sprains, strains, fractures...
Isolates muscles, encouraging them to fire properly
Invites fresh blood flow and circulation.
Introspective awareness creates decreased perception of pain
Regulates pain, increases body strength, function & mobility
Cultivates prevention and durability