About yoga health

Given the increasing number of people living with chronic stress and preventable chronic illness, the need for a comprehensive lifestyle modification program has never been greater. Classical Yoga provides the theory and practice. Properly designed and facilitated group Yoga therapy classes provide individuals with renewed optimism and initiate their personal inquiry into how they can support their own healing process. Following the path of Yoga allows one to achieve optimal physical, emotional, mental and spiritual well being.

Yoga can be used as a complementary practice and not as a substitute for health care. Please communicate your intention to begin a yoga practice with your health care provider.

Some information about yoga here:

Yoga Flow: for beginning and intermediate students.   The class begins with yogic breathing and meditation. The student is then led through an asana flow which includes standing, balancing, sitting, spinal twists, supine, and prone poses. The class ends with deep therapeutic relaxation. Students who which to increase both strength and flexibility, and who are able to move fairly easily from one pose to another are encouraged to participate in this class. This class is not appropriate for students with chronic or acute injuries, heart disease,Scotoma, high blood pressure, cancer, serious health conditions, or are pregnant.

Therapeutic Yoga: This class utilizes a variety of yoga practices in order to maximize the therapeutic benefit. The Joint Freeing Series promotes healthy joints; pranayama practice promotes healthy breathing; and deep therapeutic relaxation exercise reduces the negative effects of life stress on the body, mind and emotions. This class is taught by a Registered Nurse and Yoga Therapist and will help those facing health challenges manage their condition, reduce symptoms, restore balance, increase vitality and improve attitude.

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