To schedule a yoga therapy session, contact Sarah D. Beaudry at firstname.lastname@example.org or 520-591-7446.
People often ask what is the difference between Yoga and Yoga Therapy?
Yoga therapy is always one-on-one and personalized for the individual. The yoga therapist works from a holistic perspective paying attention to mind, body, breath, emotions and personality to determine which tools of yoga are to be used to support healing of specific health concerns or dis-eases for the individual.
Dis-ease in the body is an opportunity for us to recognize that we are out of balance and a chance to bring the mind, body, and emotions back into balance. The student-teacher relationship is essential to support healing and practices include self-awareness to help shift’s one’s relationship to dis-ease. Practices help improve physical, mental, and emotional well-being while teaching tools to manage stress and anxiety to support healing.
Practices include tools of yoga: postures, breathing, sound, and visualization in carefully chosen ways to support healing. Yoga therapy practices affect multiple layers of the body-breath-mind-personality-emotional system. See Yoga, the Whole System.
Yoga Therapy Helps People Manage
- Sleep Health
- Digestive Health
- Reproductive Health
- Back Health
- Pain Relief
- Circulatory Health
- Auto-Immune Health