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Yoga as therapy

I am often asked what the difference is between ‘yoga therapy’ and ‘yoga’. I will explain briefly.

I spend a great deal of my time as a yoga and meditation teacher working with clients on a one-to-one basis. I work with clients with all kinds of conditions, these range from cancer, back and neck pain, joint pain, chronic fatigue, mental health issues, anxiety, panic attacks, depression, musculoskeletal problems, physcial issues, migraine, insomnia, sports injuries, runners with tight hamstrings, bad posture, emotional problems such as, bereavement, grief, lack of confidence. I could continue but hopefully this provides you with an idea.

Working in this way is very rewarding as a yoga teacher, it is wonderful when I see the positive benefits and my clients begin to see and feel the difference yoga has made. I don’t claim that I can help everyone or that yoga is a cure but what I can honestly say is that with a regular yoga practice you will reap the benefits.

I will be talking more about yoga therapy in my forthcoming posts.


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