The Benefits of PhysioYoga
When practiced regularly, the benefits are numerous. Physically, it may result in: improvement in muscular strength, endurance, flexibility, body awareness, circulation, digestion, hormonal balance, respiration, immune function, bone strength, normalizing blood pressure, normalization of body weight, reduction of pain, improved self management of pain and improved ability to self regulate. Mentally, improvements in alertness, concentration and sleep patterns may be experienced as well as reduction in the stress response and in anxiety and improvements in your ability to relax. The key benefit is an overall state of health and well-being.
Some of the common conditions addressed are:
It is important to note that PhysioYoga is NOT treating a condition, rather, it is addressing the PERSON that is experiencing symptoms with a certain condition. We are facilitating the journey to health and well-being of PEOPLE, rather than ‘treating a diagnosis.’ It is “PhysioYoga for the person, not the diagnosis.”
That said, people who experience back and neck pain, musculoskeletal injuries (shoulders, hips, knees, etc), chronic or persistent pain, pelvic pain, osteoarthritis, osteoporosis, diabetes, fibromyalgia, high blood pressure, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, migraines/headaches, anxiety, rheumatoid arthritis, urinary stress or urge incontinence, may benefit from PhysioYoga.
It is worthy to note the role PhysioYoga can also play in creating overall health and wellness.
“…you really treat the whole body instead of just attacking the “problem area” – resulting in approaching the process in a much more positive way – of turning my body into an instrument I can use as opposed to something broken to be fixed” A.P.
“….you taught me that it’s never one spot you need to work on, but everything as a whole; that breathing is essential, and less can be more; and that the state of mind is just as important as anything physical I do. My attitude towards self care has changed and I also learned that every effort I make, even if small, is worthy.” S.H.