A general public yoga class can certainly ease everyday aches, pains, and mood complaints. However, a yoga therapy session goes much deeper as it is completely curated to the client. Yoga Therapy offers individuals a 1:1 view at an optimum way to overcome physical, mental, and emotional concerns to cultivate change. The Integrated systems model (ISM) – trauma informed, yoga therapy is a unique, wholistic approach to an empowered, self-healing, strength-based process. A curated practice is designed around client-centered goals by blending Western psychology and anatomy, with ancient yogic techniques to create balance within the physical, mental, emotional, energetic, and spiritual human aspects. This integrated yoga therapy model is unique because it addresses every aspect of life rather than considering each body part or system separately. It equips clients with a comprehensive toolkit to help support regulation and resilience in the mind-body system. You don’t need to be sick or in pain for yoga therapy to have value.
“There is no specific timeline for recovery – healing is based on your readiness to make meaningful change and stay committed to the practice.”
– Chelsea Lee -chelsealeeyoga.ca/yoga-therapy