Yoga therapy program is not only a wonderful practice for energizing and relaxation, it is also a powerful healing modality. Yoga therapy program is a specialized approach that considers the individual’s physical and psychological needs as well as their current lifestyle. Combining movement, pranayama (breath-work) and psychology practices, yoga therapy program can assist people with a wide range of ailments including:
stress and anxiety
cancer treatment rehabilitation
Our highly qualified experienced Yogacharya/Therapiest, treat each person individually to design a yoga therapy program for the specific condition or disability. Following the initial consultation, each yoga therapy program / yoga therapy session is a personally guided yoga therapy session of movement, breath-work and relaxation techniques. We also provide you with a home practice that is manageable and tailored to your lifestyle. As we progress through the yoga therapy program, out therapist will monitor and adjust to where the focus is needed.
Our experience with working with people who have a wide range of conditions including mental and physical disabilities, we have witnessed the benefits and relief that regular yoga therapy program / yoga therapy sessions can provide. As we are qualified and highly experienced, our patients know that they are receiving the best possible and tailored support through the practice of yoga therapy sessions / yoga therapy program.
At IndraGanaga Yoga Therapy Sessions / yoga therapy program is based on the basic premises that Structure affects function (An obvious example – a kink in a hose. Improved alignment, and therefor circulation, innervation and clearance of waste, is one of, if not the primary mechanism of therapeutic yoga) and consistent effort over period of time, amounts to long-standing change. (Improved circulation and innervation over time may lead to increased tissue and organ function.)
Private Yoga Therapy Sessions / Yoga Therapy Program is particularly beneficial for:
Long-term injury rehabilitation after acute-management (such as ‘frozen- shoulder’,repetitive-strain, sciatica or knee injury after the initial phase of physiotherapy)
Chronic pelvic inflammatory-conditions such as Endometriosis or Diverticulitis.
Enhanced fertility alongside IVF and other Assisted Reproductive Technologies.
Chronic stress and tension, including headaches, Hypertension, Anxiety, restlessness or insomnia.
Developing a daily practice built on intrinsic motivation.
Pranayama is control of Breath. “Prana” is Breath or vital energy in the body. On subtle levels prana represents the pranic energy responsible for life or life force, and “Ayama” means control. So Pranayama is Control of Breath, one can control the rhythms of pranic energy with pranayama and achieve healthy body and mind.Five types of prana are responsible for various pranic activities in the body, they are Prana, Apana, Vyan, Udana & Samana. Out of these Prana and Apana are most important. Prana is upward flowing and Apana is downward flowing. Practice of Pranayama achieves the balance in the activities of these pranas, which results in healthy body and mind with the help of yoga therapy session / yoga therapy program.
Types of Pranayama:
1. Quiet Breathing
2. Deep Breathing
3. Fast Breathing
4. Tribandha and Pranayama
5. Nadi Shuddhi Pranayama or Anuloma – Viloma (Alternate nostril breathing I)
6. Anuloma – Viloma (Alternate Nostril Breathing – II)
7. Suryan Bhedan Pranayama (Right Nostril Breathing)
8. Ujjayi Pranayama
9. Bhramari Pranayama
10. Pranayama from Hatha Yoga, Surya Bhedan, Bhasrika, Ujjayi, Shitali, Sitkari, Bhramari, Murchha & Plavini Pranayama.
Pranava Mudra for Pranayama
The first two fingers of the right hand palm are to be curved and last two fingers are to be kept straight and to be held together. Now straighten the thumb and bending the right hand in the elbow, place the curved fingers in such a way that they come near the lips. Keep the hand from shoulder to elbow glued to the chest. Keep the right hand thumb on the right side of the nose and last two fingers on the left side of the nose. Now by pressing the thumb, the nasal cavity on the right side can be closed and by pressing the last two fingers left side cavity can be closed. The pressure should be light and on just below the nasal bone, where the fleshy part begins.
With this arrangement of the fingers, one can close any of the two nasal cavities. Here only the movement of thumb and the last two fingers is expected. Movement of other parts should be avoided. The face should be kept quite gay and relaxed in order to practice breathing more effectively. Further, in order to practice the cycle of inhaling and exhaling, six supplementary types are given. In all these types, the speed of breathing is more. These are actually the types of quick breathing.
While practicing these types one should first sit in one of the following Asanas: Padmasana, Vajrasana or Swastikasana. Then, the left hand should be kept in Dhyana Mudra and the right hand in Pranava Mudra. The eyes should be closed and the whole attention should be concentrated on breathing so that it will be possible to acquire it with the help of yoga therapy session / yoga therapy program
Meditation is a natural process leading to a deep connection of who you are and your purpose in this life. It also creates a peaceful acceptance of the ordinary tasks that accompany everyday living. Through meditation you can drop your story and step fully into the power of the present moment which provides inner space to bounce back from stressful situations, access infinite creativity, and connect with a sense of peace no matter what your life situation is. Meditation has been proven time and again for its ability to transform health issues, awaken stillness and peace, and provide a window to see the true nature of reality. Through the practice of meditation you can identify and release the root cause of stress, anxiety and tension which lead to mental, emotional and physical pain, dysfunction and disease.
The practice of meditation allows you to observe your thoughts, feelings and body sensations without judgement and comparison of past experiences. Observing yourself in this way creates much needed awareness to respond and take action to situations in a refreshingly new way, rather than reacting out of a habitual pattern that limits your experience of life. Throughout the process, you will discover how to activate your body’s natural release mechanisms through different Yoga postures. These postures target specific muscles that illicit a tremor response. The tremor process allows you to experience silent seated meditation with much greater ease and comfort. Seated meditation becomes effortless once you release the excessive charge in the body that is often responsible for overstimulating the mind and yoga therapy session / yoga therapy program will help you.
Meditation has been around for centuries, but science is finally catching up to its holistic health benefits. Scientific research reports and studies are showing that meditation drastically improves your health and well-being through various ways:
Jump-starts creativity and generation of new ideas (expanded perspective)
Increases sense of connectedness and empathy
Reduces worry, anxiety, depression and stress
Enhances relationships, communication and emotional intelligence
Improves memory and ability to make decisions with clarity
Helps overcome addictions and low self-esteem
Improves cardiovascular health and immune system
IndraGanga’s beginners Meditation course provides you with a progressive meditation experience ensuring you can confidently establish a daily meditation practice. This course is a perfect, easily digestible introduction into meditation for the beginner as it combines specialized body release techniques that prepares the body and mind for seated meditation. If you are already an experienced meditator, you will come away with an entirely new way to enter meditation and gain further insight, inspiration and understanding of the purpose of meditation.
We all know the benefits of being physically active and fit, not only for our physical well-being – heart health, lung capacity, weight management and a whole host of other benefits – but for our mental well-being too. But what happens if you have an injury or chronic pain – should you exercise at all?
When you are in pain, whether it’s caused by an injury or chronic condition, it sometimes feels like you can’t – or shouldn’t – move at all. Being physically fit doesn’t necessarily mean we have to be able to run a marathon, and many people now realize that exercise can also be therapeutic. Sometimes the best therapy is to keep your body moving. Exercise therapy uses specific stylized movements to improve the way the body functions. It focuses on moving the body and its different parts to relieve symptoms and improve mobility – and of course levels of fitness. You can use exercise therapy for the prevention and management of pain and along the way, get to know your body and the way it works better.
How Exercise Therapy Program Works
Injuries happen and chronic conditions slowly emerge, and sometimes we just move our bodies in ways that they aren’t quite meant for, and doing this over a lifetime can cause injury and pain. A range of therapeutic exercise options are often recommended for injury prevention and rehabilitation, and can also be used to address faulty movement patterns that may have been the cause of an injury.
A lot of research has also been done that supports the use of therapeutically prescribed exercise programs for conditions such as back pain, arthritis, diabetes, osteoporosis and heart disease.
An exercise therapy program may include exercises to:
Maximize physical abilities
Optimize muscular functioning
Improve physical fitness
Improve general health and well-being.
An exercise therapist will usually be trained in the principles of rehabilitation, how pain works and the role of exercise in body repair. They can tailor a program for your specific needs.
Exercise therapy program can also help relieve stress, get a better night’s sleep, combat depression and generally improve our sense of well-being. Physical activity and exercise can help deal with depression as they cause the body to release endorphins, naturally occurring chemicals in the body known to elevate moods.
It’s always important to consult your doctor before starting any exercise program if you have any health issues. He or she can recommend the right type of exercise therapy or therapist for you. A therapist can recommend the appropriate yoga therapy program for you based on frequency, intensity, type of exercise and time.
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