Have you ever wondered yoga is like at Center for Change? Check out these questions and answers:
1. Why do we have our patients do yoga? Yoga Asana has been proven to be a primary movement strategy which connects individuals to emotions held within the physical structure. For this reason, patients may feel emotionally engaged while doing yoga. This is not a reason for avoidance – this is a reason for participation. Often, yoga will help patients break through emotional barriers and will help other areas of therapy begin to flow. As well as the emotional benefits, yoga is specifically designed to benefit the movement, vitality, and function of internal organs. Breathing techniques in yoga help overcome shallow and restrictive breathing habits which often lead to dizziness and nausea when moving. Digestive health is especially improved through the practice of yoga.