Who are yoga therapists?

Who are yoga therapists?

Although all yoga is potentially therapeutic and healing, IAYT-certified yoga therapists specifically apply yoga tools to address an individual‘s physical, mental, and emotional needs. Yoga therapy is care for the whole person, not just the physical body! Practices...
How yoga therapists work: Supporting hospice volunteers

How yoga therapists work: Supporting hospice volunteers

By Joanne Hader In 2023 I received a grant from the Seniors’ Secretariat in Prince Edward Island (PEI) to share an 8-week yoga for self-care program for hospice volunteers like myself. In working through the details of offering such a program, I knew I wanted to share...
“Triggering” joy

“Triggering” joy

The term triggering has been widely used in recent years, partly because of our increasing understanding of how our nervous systems and bodies work with our psychology. According to Dennis Pelon, PhD, a clinical psychologist and IAYT-certified yoga therapist who...
The spiritual part of us

The spiritual part of us

Yoga, often seen as supporting mental and physical health, is perhaps the best practice for delivering a spiritual dimension to health care. And a number of studies link spirituality to better health outcomes. According to the Harvard School of Public Health,...