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PYT is a type of rehabilitation therapy that combines both evidence-based Physiotherapy and Yoga Therapy resulting in a more holistic approach
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A typical one hour PYT treatment session may include skilled physiotherapy manual techniques combined with active and facilitated therapeutic movement.
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Shelly is a Licensed Physical Therapist, Yoga Therapist and a Certified Pilates Instructor. She received her Physical Therapy degree at the University of Saskatchewan
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Most Recent Blog Entries

Yoga Therapy: An Evidence-Informed Integrative Approach to Help People Enhance Pelvic Floor Health

Your pelvic floor plays an important role not only in bladder, bowel, reproduction and sexual function, but also in hip function, breathing, core strategies, standing balance and more. The pelvic floor is also known to be intimately connected to the feet and the floor of the mouth. Pelvic health issues related to these many roles are commonly poorly addressed or often left untreated in both women and men.

Join Shelly Prosko, PT, C-IAYT, PYT, CPI, physical therapist and yoga therapist, for her 16 hour, Live In-Person, yoga therapy course focusing on pelvic floor health that offers a combination of inspiring, empowering, educational and valuable theory and practice. This course explores the evidence surrounding the biopsychosocial factors that influence pelvic floor function and integrates this evidence with yoga practices and philosophy that can be safely and effectively used to address and maintain optimal pelvic floor health in both men and women in an accessible way. Read more

Canadian Physiotherapy Congress Includes Yoga Therapy!

History was made in November 2018 in Montreal, Canada at Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA) Congress where we (Neil Pearson, Diana Perez, Shelly Prosko – physiotherapists/yoga therapists) presented Yoga Therapy: An Integrative Biopsychosocial Approach to Enhance Physiotherapy Practice to a conference room filled with physiotherapists from across the country who were interested in learning more about yoga and its integration into physiotherapy practice. We also presented a full day pre-congress course on this integration with a focus on chronic pain, musculoskeletal and pelvic floor rehabilitation and wellness care.

Our intentions included to enhance our colleagues’ understanding of the similarities and differences between yoga, yoga therapy and yoga in physiotherapy (PT) and to appreciate the value and effectiveness of integrating yoga therapy into PT. Read more