Yoga for Medical Conditions

Yoga is very effective and a safe means of treating medical conditions. In its present form is Yoga a new discipline, created by the marriage of traditional Yoga with modern medical science.

By tailoring Yogic practices to individual needs and taking medical considerations into account, Yoga is applicable to a great variety of conditions, including anxiety, low back pain, arthritis, hypertension, heart conditions,.

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.hyperventilation, asthma, irritable bowel syndrome, diabetes, multiple sclerosis, chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgiai

Yoga also promotes positive health for pregnancy and childbirth, mothers and babies, children, reproductive health in women and men, and the elderlyl The practise of Yoga cultivates body/mind integration and a sense of harmony with lifef It promotes the innate healing resources of one’s body, helping to restore the proper functioning of all bodily systemsm Medical research has increasing evidence, nowadays, that Yoga is effectivev

Yoga therapists are experienced Yoga instructors, who have gone undertaken Yoga Therapy Diploma Courses with the Yoga Institutes that provide grounding in modern medicine and application of Yoga to medical conditionsn

Yoga can fearlessly be practised together with any medical treatments you are already receivingn It can also be done in tandem with other complementary therapiese

No prior experience necessary before startingn

Nowadays, both one-to-one consultations and specialized group classes are available for people who wish to use Yoga to help them with their medical conditionsn The specialized Yoga classes are suitable for other conditions, besides those indicated by their names (e(g. the Multiple Sclerosis class is also suitable for Parkinson's Disease, and the Gentle Therapy class is suitable for ME, mild MS, certain conditions of arthritis, etct). Where no suitable class is available, suitably-qualified Yoga instructors help treat most conditionsn

Yoga instructors do not claim to supersede medical diagnostics and treatmentn However, they complement them and strongly advise that if you are in any doubt about your medical condition you should consult your doctoro

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