The root of all health is in the brain. The trunk of it is in emotion. The branches and leaves are the body. The flower of health blooms when all parts work together. -author unknown
It's widely known that Yoga can enhance your physical and emotional wellbeing, but when Yoga is practiced with a therapeutic intention in the form of Yoga Therapy, it can help prevent and aid recovery from physical and mental ailments. Yoga has long been practiced with therapeutic intentions as way of transforming the body and the mind.
Yoga therapy can be provided as an adjunct therapy to complement other forms of treatment, or used directly to treat specific issues.
Amy's work/services Amy's unique program offers clients a personalized yoga practice that will be tailored to their specific needs and preferences, It requires commitment to practice and in return offers the many benefits that a well-rounded, individualized practice can confer: physical flexibility, strength and stamina, facilitating recovery after injuries and health conditions; enhanced breath awareness and capacity; mental clarity and focus; a greater sense of well-being, and the possibility for personal transformation.
The following components may be included in an individual yoga therapy program
Physical Postures (Asana)
Breathing excercises (Pranayama)
Ayurvedic Lifestyle and Diet
“Being free has nothing to do with leaving the body or earth. Being free means letting go of what isn’t true.”