Yoga helps with Pain Management

Yoga for Pain ReliefLiving with pain is debilitating. The constant discomfort drains your strength, energy, and feelings of well-being. Using Yoga for pain management can help minimize medication usage and help you lead a happier and fuller life.

Yoga helps to relax, stretch, and strengthen the body. Yoga breathing techniques help to reduce stress reactions and improve concentration and willpower. Relaxation and meditation techniques learned in Yoga help to relax the body at will and to “tune in” to your inner source of strength and happiness.

By reducing your body’s tension in reaction to pain, Yoga helps to counteract your body’s natural tendency to increase muscle tension in an unconscious effort to “push” pain away – which only causes the pain to increase.

Yoga is for every shape, age, fitness and experience level. Learning Yoga in a one on one environment allows me to tailor your private yoga sessions specifically to you, your needs, and your goals. There is no competition in a private yoga environment. No need to wonder if you are “doing it right” while feeling lost in a yoga class. You get my 100% undivided attention and years of yoga teaching experience to help you find freedom from both physical and emotional pain.

Yoga is for EverybodyI work with clients at Anoka Massage & Pain Therapy in a holistic approach to pain management through Yoga, Meditation, Breathing Techniques and Posture Screenings. To learn more about how Yoga can specifically benefit you, I would love to set up a time where we can briefly chat so I can answer any questions you may have. This is a complimentary service and can be done via phone. Please visit my website to schedule your complimentary discovery call.  You can find my schedule at the very bottom of the page.

To see upcoming Yoga classes and events at Anoka Massage & Pain Therapy, please visit the events page.

I look forward to learning how I can help you find freedom from pain,

Amy Erickson

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