What is Therapeutic Yoga?
The holistic focus of yoga therapy encourages the integration of mind, body, and spirit covering a broad range of therapeutic modalities, incorporating elements from both physical therapy and psychotherapy. Yoga Therapy will give you full relief from non-communicable diseases.
Yoga Therapy works through five layers
- The nutrition layer
- The vital energy or breath layer
- The mind layer
- The intellect layer
- The self layer
What am I getting
- Specialized Counseling
- Yogic Diet
- Yogic Kriyas
- Specific Asanas
- Specific Pranayama
- Daily Parameter
- Deep Relaxation Technique
- Special Techniques
Benefits on some non-communicable diseases
It helps to improve the posture and to open the chest muscles, which encourages better breathing learning to control your breathing, and reducing stress, a common trigger of asthma symptoms.
Reduce blood glucose levels and help in the management of morbid diseases conditions associated with type 2 diabetes mellitus, resulting in significant positive clinical outcomes.
Significant decrease in the symptoms of gastritis like vomiting, bloating, belching pain abdomen, and heartburn.
Recover strength and flexibility in the muscles that tend to become weak and in people that have chronic pain improving the health of key muscles in the spine and scapular stabilization.
How does it work
When a person decides to initiate yoga therapy, the therapist will first conduct an initial assessment. This assessment is designed to do the following:
- Identify health problems
- Assess lifestyle and physical capability
- Discuss reasons for seeking therapy
- Create a course of treatment
Once the treatment plan is established in this first consultation, the frequency of sessions is agreed and sessions are scheduled.