Yoga Therapy is a specialized form of an integrated and complete cure of the five components of the human being. Physical body, breath , intelligence and thoughts, physic mind (intuition) and finally emotions.
Its method is different from the medical system because it uses an external agent (medicine) which plays the primary role of restoring health. It is the patient/student himself whose personal understanding, constant and careful practice, devoted and dedicated design cure his disease in the yogic system.
This single comprehensive method can reduce stress, increase flexibility, improve balance, promote strength, heighten cardiovascular conditioning, lower blood pressure, reduce overweight, strengthen bones, prevent injuries , lift mood, improve immune function, increase oxygen supply to the tissues, foster psychological equanimity, and promote emotional wellbeing.
Yoga Therapy continues to evolve and adapt to current culture environment in which it is practiced, and today, it is also well-versed by contemporary health sciences.
The goal of Yoga Therapy is to use the principles and practice to address an existing imbalance in the patient/students system that causes suffering; by improving function and helping to prevent the occurrence of distress and illness and shifting toward improved health and stable mind.
With individualized and group sessions, Yoga Therapy can address a range of concerns:
- Restorative yoga
- Prenatal/Postnatal Yoga
- Strengthening and joint integrity
- Enhance mobility
- Increase balance and core strength
- Decrease stress and stress related issues
- Breathing techniques