Yoga therapy, not only brings relief to sufferers with a varicose veins condition, but also aids in correcting and restoring damaged veins to their former condition. By regular practice of Yogasana, and Pranayama, it is possible to save oneself from such an irreparable situation, and it is possible to arrest further deterioration.
With regard to Yoga - The therapeutic application of Yogic techniques is holistic. For example: Bhakti (devotion) has a medicinal benefit for one’s mental, emotional, and spiritual states of well being, even though it can be classified as a non-physical form of Yoga. How is this possible?
I am a registered nurse (RN), who has practiced Yoga for over ten years. Will I be able to put any letters after my name upon completion of Level 1 Yoga Therapy; and at what point will I be able to use those letters?
We have two new Yoga teacher courses in the works. Both of them will be released in December of 2008. The pre-requisite of these courses is that you are already a Certified or Registered Yoga Teacher. Certified teachers may need continuing education credits from Aura or another certifying body. Registered Yoga teachers may need continuing education credits for a registry.
By Paul Jerard, E-RYT 500 Yoga, in itself, has always been therapy - in every shape and form. If you look at a promising athletic child, or a student in a wheel chair, you will clearly see healthy results, which are mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual, in nature. After observing martial artists, gymnasts, dancers, and [...]
By Paul Jerard, E-RYT 500 What exactly is Yoga therapy, and what are its origins? Should a Yoga teacher consider becoming a Yoga therapist? Where will Yogic therapy go in the future? If we look at a simplistic definition of what Yoga therapy is, it might be described as: A Yogic practice, which uses breathing [...]
Data and studies regarding Yoga for Multiple Sclerosis are scarce, but physical activity is definitely important for anyone with MS.