Yoga is for everyone.
Application of yoga can be individualised based on a specific purpose such as issues related to musculoskeletal system or physiological disorders such as diabetes, hypertension, or management of stress and anxiety. Yoga is a beautiful tool to manage illness in the body.
Monad has certified Yoga therapists who conduct personal classes to help you with specific goals through yoga programs based on the issue to be managed.
Although yoga as a practice is therapeutic, there is a significant difference between a yoga class and a yoga therapy session. When you seek out a yoga therapist, it is not usually to learn yoga, but to get help with or relief from some symptom or health condition that is troubling you. In such cases, our therapists will focus on your condition and how the yoga techniques can help them feel better.
The instruction focuses on your condition and how the yoga techniques can help you feel better or improve your function, rather than on the techniques or methods of yoga practice. Yoga is taught in a therapeutic context that not only increases self-awareness but also engages your energy in the direction of desired goals.
Will yoga help patients with diabetes?
Yes. One hour of Yoga immediately brings down the sugar level in the body. There are a lot of people who have reduced the quantity of medication through Yoga.
Will yoga therapy help with stress and anxiety?
Yoga influences and balances our nervous system, thereby bringing down our stress and anxiety level. Proper yogic practices when done regularly, enhances our parasympathetic nervous system which helps in nullifying our stress hormones.
Is yoga an effective therapy for menstrual disorders?
Yes, Yoga influences the organs of the endocrine glands which are responsible for hormonal regulations. This in turn helps the proper functioning of menstruation.
Is yoga good for back pain relief?
Every yogic posture works mainly on the spine, enhancing strength, flexibility, and mobility. Yogic postures work on the lengthening of the spine, thereby increasing the space between each vertebra which relieves back pain.