Yoga Therapy Classes

Benefits of the Transformational Yoga

About Yoga Therapy Classes

Yoga therapy is the specific application of yogic techniques: asanas, stretches, breathing, meditation, massages to address an individual’s physical, mental or/ and emotional needs. Yoga therapy is a safe, natural and an extremely effective way to work with the natural capacity of your body and mind to optimize well-being and to reduce the symptoms a person must be dealing with. Yoga therapy is found to be of great benefit in the problems like lower back pain, sciatica, slip disc, disc herniation, Parkinson, vertigo, joint problems, muscuskeletal issues, arthritis, oestoporosis, Alzheimer’s, insomnia, heart diseases, autism, schizophrenia etc. with the medical science backing the claims. At SriMa Schools, all our teachers are highly skilled yoga therapists who will create a customized therapy module for you targeting your concerns and thus alleviating and eventually eliminating them completely.

Frequently Asked Questions

All you need to bring are comfortable clothes and a good attitude. We do a variety of movements in a yoga class so your clothes should be able to move freely with you. Some classes may make you sweat so dress accordingly. We have mats, blocks, belts, and blankets to get you started if you have never practiced before.

No Problem! You can see someone in membership to discuss what you are looking for in a yoga class and they can guide you to the right class. Also, be sure to read our class descriptions so you can decide for yourself what works for you. We have plenty of gentle and all levels classes to get you started; both day and night! Soon at Yoga House we will be able to offer you small group and private classes as well!

First, check with your physician and make sure it is ok. It is also important for you to check in with the teacher before class if you have any concerns. All of our staff can help you by guiding you to the right class and the right props as well. Yoga is NO Competition! NO Comparison! We should not even compare how we did a pose the week before because every day is new. Listen to your body and if it says to back off then back off! No one is judging you, it’s your body, your practice.