This class will focus on sequencing practices for therapeutic purposes. As yoga research for alternative and complementary health systems grows, studies have documented the efficacy of yoga for back pain, multiple sclerosis, insomnia, cancer, heart disease, and tuberculosis.
Yoga can change unhealthy patterns and dysfunctional behavior in addition to the benefits of asana, meditation, and other practices. People become sensitive to the effects of actions on bodies and minds, and they want to make changes to feel better.
Click here for an interview of Cora talking about Yoga Therapeutics
Recorded Jul 24, 2013 @Yoga Bloom LAB San Jose
Recorded Jul , 2013 @Yoga Bloom LAB San Jose
Recorded Aug , 2013 @Yoga Bloom LAB San Jose