Yoga therapy is usually practiced one-on-one. When considering the patient’s complaint, the therapist will consider all aspects of mind and body. For example, acute shoulder pain might be linked to emotional load.
The body’s 30 trillion-plus cells all carry information that, for many people, is better accessed through conscious and intentional movement of the body.
The Hanya House method seeks to build a stronger connection between body and mind, and yoga therapy is one of the most powerful embodiment tools available to us.
Yoga therapy is often prescribed as part of a Functional Medicine plan and our Functional Medicine doctor and yoga therapist will work together to create a highly personalized program that addresses physical and/or emotional wellbeing.