Yoga For Everyone
Say goodbye to stressed muscles, chronic pain, and too-tight tendons. Feel good all over with the magic touch of massage therapy.
Do you have sore or tight muscles? Do you suffer from a sports-related injury? Remedial massage therapy can relax and soften injured.
Postural analysis can be invaluable in identifying your areas of tightness and weakness, and in setting goals to correct it.
Experts predict that stress causes 80-90% of illnesses. The solution? Allow yourself to relax and unwind more often.
Are you looking to create a healthy workplace? Remedial chair massage, done fully clothed, is a great way to stretch and soothe .
How Yoga Therapy Help
Yoga can be an effective complement to anti-inflammatory medication, often resulting in a reduction of the dosage. Rheumatic illnesses respond particularly well to yoga.
Yoga can provide sufferers of asthma and breathing disorders with many of the cardiovascular benefits of aerobic exercise without the risk of respiratory distress occasioned by the latter.
Yoga is an extremely successful strategy for coping with stress, one of the main causes of chronic fatigue syndrome. Yoga restores practitioners’ energy, making it an appropriate choice
Although the potential benefits yoga offers to fibromyalgia sufferers are several, research indicates that regular practice over several months is necessary to reap these benefits.
Yoga can help cancer patients/survivors to reduce stress and to cope with depression, shame and fear. Asanas help to maintain/regain movement and muscle tone.
Yoga helps in the improvement of circulation, balance, flexibility, eyesight, relaxation strategies. Reduction in muscle tension, nervousness, depression, anxiety and emotional stress.
Our Yoga therapy can help to increase heart strength, and to decrease the workload upon the heart. Even beginner yogis/yoginis are able to better control their blood pressure levels through yoga.
Establishing a regular yoga practices activates the parasympathetic nervous system (the system that governs the relaxation response), lowering the heart rate and the blood pressure.
Yoga Inbound Teaching
Go Slowly • Be Mindful • Live Simply • Play Wisely
Hatha Yoga places great importance on the purification processes, regulation of the breath (pranayama), and the adoption of bodily postures called asanas.
Anusara Yoga is a uniquely integrated approach to hatha yoga in which the art of the human spirit powerfully blends with the science of biomechanics.
Ashtanga Yoga is a series of postures that involves a continuous flow both in the physical body and the movement of breath.
Integral Yoga uses classical hatha postures, which are meant to be performed as a meditation, balancing physical effort and relaxation orci in.
Looking for a highly meditative but physically challenging form of yoga? Try Jivamukti. You won’t be alone. These classes also introduce chants.
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