YOGA REHABILITATION & REMEDIAL CLASSES USA
Yoga classes are extremely beneficial for people looking for rehabilitation or remedial exercise as a result of a medical injury or condition. Yoga classes are an excellent way to build strength in weak or injured muscles.
Yoga is low impact exercise, it is proven to develop smaller muscle groups that work to support joints and bone structures in the body. There are an extensive range of rehabilitation or remedial classes available across the USA, from full groups to one-to-one sessions.
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REMEDIAL YOGA CLASSES
Remedial yoga usually involves physical postures, breathing practices, relaxation techniques and meditation to help restore body and mind, balance and promote natural healing.
Remedial Yoga can usually be practised in conjunction with medical treatment provided you have consulted your medical practitioner before starting a class.
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REHABILITATION YOGA CLASSES
Yoga is used as a way to relax and as a therapy for physical injuries and sports injuries. It is important that you consult your doctor to make sure that the program is the right choice for your injury before starting a yoga rehabilitation therapy program.
Your Yoga instructor or Yoga therapist should carry out an assessment before treating your injury with the help of yoga. Depending on the nature of your injury for instance muscle strains or hamstring injuries for example, a course of action of how the injury will be treated should be outlined by the instructor or yoga therapist.
Rehabilitation yoga class will usually take the form of both physical exercise and a mental workout to relax your body and muscles.
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EXAMPLES OF MEDICAL CONDITIONS WHERE YOGA CAN HELP RECOVERY
Yoga can help you to recover from many injuries and medical conditions including:-
Ankle injuries, back injuries, fibromyalgia, hip injuries, knee injuries, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, neck injuries, repetitive strain injuries, shoulder injuries and Tendonitis, Sciatica, and Scoliosis for example.
Consult a local yoga instructor or yoga therapist and your medical practitioner before taking any rehabilitation or remedial classes.