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What Can Yoga Therapy Do For You?


Let's start of with what Yoga Therapy is, then we will dive deep on what it can do for you!


Yoga therapy is a mind-body practice that focuses on your physical, emotional and mental health. The practice uses movement, mindfulness, meditation, relaxation and breathing exercises to help you relax, relieve stress and manage underlying conditions or symptoms in addition to treatment by a healthcare provider. Each class is focused on one area of the body and each class is different. From chest/shoulder openers to hip/glute openers or your feet and legs we cover it all! Props (bolsters, blocks, blankets, straps) are used throughout the class. To help you ease into the asana (postures).

Every class touches on the whole body with a heavy emphasis on one major area. A special treat that our offered during Yoga Therapy at Green Lotus are the use of massage balls, and EFT tapping, This beautiful combination is used to help you improve your physical, mental, and emotional well-being.


What Yoga therapy can do for you:


Stress Reduction: Yoga therapy includes relaxation techniques and

mindfulness practices that can help reduce stress and promote a

sense of calm and relaxation. These practices can be especially helpful

for individuals dealing with anxiety and stress-related disorders.


Physical Health: Yoga therapy can improve flexibility, strength,

balance, and posture. It may help alleviate chronic pain conditions,

such as lower back pain, arthritis, and migraines. Yoga postures

(asanas) can also support rehabilitation after injuries or surgeries.

Mental Health: Yoga therapy can be used as a complementary

approach to manage mental health conditions like depression,

anxiety, and PTSD. The combination of physical postures, breathing

exercises (pranayama), and meditation can promote emotional

well-being and mental clarity.


Chronic Conditions: It can be beneficial for individuals with

chronic health conditions, such as heart disease, diabetes, and

hypertension. Yoga therapy may help manage these conditions by

promoting a healthier lifestyle and reducing risk factors.


Weight Management: Yoga therapy can aid in weight management

by increasing body awareness, reducing emotional eating, and

promoting mindfulness in eating habits.


Improved Sleep: Yoga therapy practices can improve sleep quality

by helping individuals relax and manage insomnia or other sleep

disorders.


Enhanced Digestion: Certain yoga poses and breathing exercises

can aid digestion and alleviate digestive issues like indigestion,

constipation, and irritable bowel syndrome.


Hormonal Balance: Yoga therapy can help regulate hormones and

alleviate symptoms associated with hormonal imbalances, such as

menstrual irregularities and menopausal symptoms.


Immune System Support: Regular practice of yoga and relaxation

techniques can boost the immune system and help the body better

cope with illness.


Mind-Body Connection: Yoga therapy emphasizes the mind-body

connection, helping individuals become more aware of their bodies

and their internal processes. This can lead to better self-care and a

deeper understanding of the connection between physical and

emotional health.


Self-Empowerment: Yoga therapy encourages self-care and

self-awareness. It can empower individuals to take an active role in

their health and well-being.


Pain Management: Individuals with chronic pain conditions may

find relief through yoga therapy by improving their pain tolerance,

reducing muscle tension, and enhancing their ability to cope with

discomfort.


It's important to note that yoga therapy should be practiced under the

guidance of a qualified yoga therapist or healthcare professional, especially

if you have specific health concerns or conditions. The therapist can tailor

the practices to your individual needs and monitor your progress. Yoga

therapy is often used in conjunction with conventional medical treatments

and should not be seen as a replacement for medical care when needed.


Meryl is a Transformational Healer, Coach, Accredited Certified EFT Practitioner 1-3 and Best Selling Co-Author. Meryl is a spiritual, beach loving cat mom living in Ocean Grove. She is dedicated to helping women cultivate happier, healthier family relationships so they have deeper connections, intimacy and more fun in their lives. Meryl is a yoga teacher, utilizes EFT for ancestral healing, trauma healing and Optimal EFT which is a spiritual meditative non-tapping form of EFT. She holds a safe and loving space to help you get to the root cause of stress and anxiety so you can turn your dreams into reality.

Join Meryl Sundays at 8:30am to experience this amazing practice!

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