In INTEGRATIVE Yoga Therapy, you’ll learn how to do yoga postures for balance your physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health.
The integral health is the state of balance and well-being that a person can reach, both in his physical, emotional, spiritual and social body.
Yoga, which means “union”, helps join body and mind in a way that reconnects us with our needs and Fosters total wellness.
In addition, numerous studies have shown that yoga measurably affects the nervous system, muscoloskeletal, circulatory and endocrine Systems of the body. Thats why Yoga Terapy Integrative focus in connection of the physical body with the mind to release negative or unprocessed emotions. This release is achieved when working with conscious breathing and conscious emotion is joined at the same time.
This therapeutic yoga program is a combination of (#) specific postures with combined movements and the techniques of tapping, deep breathing, visualization, meditation (mindfulness) and essential oils, in order to enhance the vibrational frequency of all organs in the physical body.
The advantage of this program / model is that several alternative therapies are integrated with traditional psychological therapy. At the same time, that these builds strenght, flexibility and balance without the risk of injury common to higth impact Sports and fitness activities.
This technique is accessible to all levels of yoga practice and styles, because the basic foundations of yoga are the basis of all levels and the main goal of this model of yoga practice is to achieve balance and physical and spiritual harmony through the connection body and mind in the shortest possible time.
Studies by Herbert Benson, MD, at Harvard Medical Shool and Jon Kabat-Zinn, MD, at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center, have conclusively shown that yoga and meditation boots in immunity and reduces stress, an underlying factor in many chronic illnesses, including heart disease and cancer. Prestigious hospitals, such Memorial Sloan-Kettering and Coloumbia Presbyterian in in New York City and HMO’s Busch as Kaiser Permanente offer yoga classes to their patients!
Let’s proof that Yoga Therapy works, I’m going to be over those studies!