You may have never of heard of yoga therapy before stumbling on my page. The truth of the matter is that yoga therapy is not only one of the fastest growing subsets of yoga, but also it epitomizes yoga tradition as it has been around much longer than group yoga and private yoga practices. Traditionally yoga was always applied to the individual's unique needs, goals and learning capabilities. The goal of yoga being freedom from suffering, optimal health, mastery over the mind and increased potential.
In general when people start searching for yoga privates they look for an established teacher. Sometimes out of convenience they will contact a yoga studio rather than google search yoga privates in Aspen. Very few are are actually looking for yoga therapy.
Here's what sets yoga therapy apart from generic yoga privates and why you should invest in yoga therapy instead of regular yoga privates.
*A form of physical therapy and psychotherapy
*Applied to a specific injury or health condition
*Includes deep assessment from the physical to the spiritual
*Focuses on relieving the cause of suffering
*Taught to the individual's unique needs, goals and abilities
*Assesses the needs, goals of client and creates an intervention practice with specific
*Can prescribe specific breathing exercises and meditations
*Helps clients gain independence from their condition and story
*Empowers client to take an active role in their self-care
*Shows client how to do the work on their own
Yoga therapy is providing an exclusively holistic experience which extends beyond a few days in Aspen.
I only take clients by appointment in my office in Aspen, CO.
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Evan Rachel Soroka