Through the eyes of yoga therapy clients
Yoga therapy can be practiced individually—one client to one yoga therapist—or in small groups of people with a shared condition or similar life situation. Either way, the yoga therapist tailors the practices to each person through both an initial evaluation and with ongoing assessment.
Here on the yogatherapy.health blog, we love to highlight clients’ personal stories. Although every session is unique and aligned with individual circumstances and goals, snapshots of what someone’s experience looked like give a great overall picture of how yogic practices can become powerful therapy.
Here are a few of our favorite client stories from the blog:
- When yoga therapy is a catalyst for further healing
- Breathing problems and limited mobility aren’t a barrier to yoga therapy
- One military veteran’s experience in a group yoga therapy class
- Gita embodies the idea of aging gracefully, plus, a few more yoga therapy clients growing older on their own terms
- Yoga therapy can support life-long neurological conditions like MS
- Yoga therapists themselves use the practices, too, as when Nya charted a course to freedom from knee pain and Theresa learned to communicate with a brand-new hip
We hope you’ll find inspiration in these stories, just as we find inspiration in the practice of yoga therapy!