If you are suffering physically (and also mentally) during lockdown and beyond you could be very interested in Yoga Therapy. I carried out a Yoga Alliance Yoga Therapeutics Teacher Training course at TriYoga in London this year and would like to inform you about how a Yoga Therapy session can help you.
Yoga therapy can be used when one has injuries, pain or physical limitations and/or using the Yoga practice to prepare for or rehabilitate from surgery. We can be misaligned all over the body, for example, the shoulders can lie unevenly, which could knock the hips out of alignment; the pelvis could be tilted out of balance and the curve in the spine could be too flat. Most of us have learnt to be, or developed misalignment early on.
Body misalignment in one area can have a domino effect on many other areas in the body. The body is so intricately connected (as you may know from having Massage treatments!). The good news is body misalignment can be fixed, relieving you of your pain, injury, discomfort, illness, and even disease, with bio-mechanic alignment principles found in Yoga Therapeutics.
There is an introduction session (for 1.5 hours), which always includes a thorough consultation and body assessment, focusing on the specific area(s) of the body where you are feeling the discomfort or pain, followed by the teaching and performance of specific Yoga postures for the problem. From the viewpoint of the bio-mechanic condition and body alignment, the body assessment finds any body misalignments with the intention of providing therapeutic Yoga postures to realign these specific areas, in modified and intelligent ways, to heal it from pain. Posture is more important than most people realise; if the body isn't aligned, then injury can be caused across the physical body; additionally energy channels will get "clogged" and out of balance, which leads to stress, depression and disease.
Each sequence of Yoga postures given to the practitioner is tailored to them. Sequences can and will change over time depending on the clients' specific needs. The introduction session takes one and a half hours to gather all the information about the client in a detailed consultation; carry out the body assessment and provide and teach Yoga postures. Following sessions generally take from one hour upwards depending on the client's condition.
If you would like to book you should email email@example.com.
The online sessions are running for a reduced online fee of £50 for the 1.5 hour Introductory session and £30 for the follow up 1 hour sessions. Look forward to seeing your faces soon! Take care,