Yoga therapy is a healing art and increasingly researched science developed from the ancient insights of yoga. Yoga therapy today is a stand alone wellness profession.
The difference between traditional yoga and yoga therapy is that traditional yoga teaches healthy individuals how to achieve excellence while yoga therapy teaches people who are suffering with pain, illness, or disease how to move to a place of ease.
Yoga therapy is different than physical therapy in that it uses protocols of corrective movement as only one piece of the multi-dimensional experience, measuring also against our lifestyle, communities, and social economical structures. There are as many treatment strategies as there are people.
Yoga therapy teaches people who are suffering from pain, illness, or disease how to move to a place of ease.
Sattva means balance. The study of ayurveda is one in keeping the body balanced, and the study of yoga is one of keeping ourselves in harmony with our bodies, breath, relationships and the world around us. We have joined these sister sciences in our holistic yoga therapy training programs so that we may find the integrated approach to healthcare in the 21st century. We believe that for the whole person to not only survive but to thrive, there needs to be harmonious balance of the three treasures of mind, body and spirit. Our philosophy is one of wholeness and integration to achieve sustainable results and transformation within.
Pranayoga's IAYT Certified Yoga Therapists have personally helped numerous students get relief from:
Anxiety - Addictions - Asthma - Allergies - Arthritis - Autism - ADHD - Back Pain - Brain Trauma - Breast Cancer - Chronic Fatigue - Fibromyalgia - Chronic Pain - Pre and Post Natal Conditions - Carpal Tunnel - Diabetes - Depression - Digestive Problem - Eating Disorders - Heart Disease - Infertility Problems - MS - Neck Pain - RSV - Stress - Trauma - Phantom Pain
Not all yoga teachers are certified and practicing under the guidelines of the International Association of Yoga Therapist (IAYT). An IATY Certified Yoga Therapist has over 800 hours of yoga therapy training in addition to the 200 hours of yoga alliance training and clinical with a mentor.
Make sure you do your homework by educating yourself on this powerful healing modality recommended by doctors all over the U.S. for pain management today.
Pranayoga is accredited by IAYT and staffs only IAYT Certified Yoga Therapists.
Pranayoga offers the only nationally recognized Yoga Therapy Programs and Certified Yoga Therapist in Northern Indiana.
Yoga therapy is a stand along profession in the wellness industry with the most ROI for you. Now that you have empowered yourself and served those around you, take this into a lifelong career.
Pranayoga's 830 Hour IATY Accredited Sattva® Yoga Therapy Diploma Program is offered to those interested in merging the sister sciences of yoga therapy and ayurveda healing necessary for cultivating sacred space for education, clear communication, support and integration of ancient practices into modern life.
Completing the requirements of the 830 Hour Sattva® Yoga Therapy Diploma Program will allow you to:
IAYT Accredited 830 Hour Sattva® Yoga Therapy Diploma Program NOW ENROLLING!
Yoga therapy sessions are available in-person or via Skype.
Your yoga therapist may prescribe such techniques as awareness, breath work, movement, meditation, relaxation, guided visualization, cleansing practices, or ayurvedic diet. Yoga therapy helps the systems regain balance and vitality. Your yoga therapist will meet you wherever you are today, using the science of yoga, experiential knowledge and research, and gift of intuition in adapting these practices to offer relief from pain or illness.
"Following Vani's Sattva Yoga practices will shift your mentality and enhance your awareness of what it really means to be a healer and an inspiration to all of your students"
- S. Snodgrass
"Yoga therapy is the process of empowering individuals to progress toward improved health and wellbeing through the application of the teachings and practices of yoga."
- The International Association of Yoga Therapists
Feel free to contact us with any questions or inquiries, or to learn more about how yoga therapy can help you move to a place of ease.
1501 East Berry Street, Suite 209, Fort Wayne, Indiana 46803, United States
260 627-9642 (YOGA)