Yoga therapy utilizes poses, breathing techniques, and meditation to benefit and improve overall health and well-being. It’s also used to help people with multiple health conditions like diabetes, neck problem, back problems, hypertension, heart problems, arthritis, asthma, digestive problems, thyroid problems, obesity, stress, anxiety, depression and many more.

It primarily includes:
Asanas (Physical Yoga Postures)
Pranayama (Breathing Techniques) Cleansing practices
Omkar Mantra Chanting
Yoga Nidra

What can you expect from a Typical Yoga Therapy Session?

  • The first time you meet your yoga therapist, you will discuss your unique needs.
  • During the first session your yoga therapist will work with you to come up with a preliminary plan of daily practice. They will probably recommend a minimum of six sessions to begin with.
  • Your plan will typically involve the elements of asanas (yoga postures), pranayama (breathing techniques), and meditation. You are free to continue with other forms of treatment and, indeed, yoga can be used alongside other modalities very easily.
  • Often the yoga therapist will prescribe practices for you to do at home. Yoga therapy is about teaching people the skills to help themselves in their own lives. It is about empowerment.
  • Yoga therapy meets each and every person where they are. No health presentation is too great nor too small. Yoga therapy sessions are client-led, client-focused, and compassion-focused.
  • The client is the master of their journey with their yoga therapist being a knowledgeable facilitator on the journey towards health and healing

    • Duration: 60 – 90 mins session as required and charged accordingly
    • Days: Mon – Fri
    • Charges: Per Session

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