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Yoga Therapy

Holistic approach to healing

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  1. Yoga therapy is about helping practitioners with specific health challenges to heal themselves through different techniques of Yoga.

  2. Vinay Siddaiah, Founder of Yogavijnana is one of the few certified Yoga Therapist from AYUSH Ministry, Government of India and a certified Yoga Therapist from The Yoga Institute, Mumbai.

  3. His therapy skills are also greatly influenced by Iyengar Yoga which is known for Yoga Therapy.

What you’ll learn
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  1. You'll do gentle stretches and exercises that make your body stronger and more flexible.

  2. Yoga therapy training gives you an opportunity to take healing in your own hands. 

  3. Paying attention to the present moment, like how your breath feels or what you see around you. It helps you be calm and focused.

  4. You'll learn ways to de-stress, like lying down in comfy positions or focusing on calming thoughts.

Course Schedule

Date and Time:

On appointment 

Course Benefits
  • Yoga therapy can help you relax.

  • Yoga therapy can help ease aches and pains in your body.

  • Yoga therapy can help you get a better night's rest.

  • Yoga therapy can help you focus and feel more centred.


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What Students Say

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Vaishali M R

Co-Founder of a Gym

Yogavijnana is one of the best yoga therapy centres I have come across so far. Vinay, the Yoga Guru at Yogavijnana, has initiated certain techniques to cure chronic pains in a scientific way. I had severe lower back pain due to disc prolapse, and now after taking yoga therapy classes, i am happy to say that my pain has drastically reduced. Thanks to Vinay’s healing hands. I would definitely recommend Yogavijnana for overall wellbeing and also to cure ailments.

  • 1. Can you provide examples of how participants have benefited from this course compared to other back pain treatments or therapies?
    This e-learning course aims to educate students, practitioners, therapy seekers, and care seekers about back pain and its treatment. This course provides a comprehensive understanding of back pain, posture, causes, avoidance, and recommended practices, equipping students with the knowledge and confidence to effectively manage their back pain.
  • 2. How does Yogavijnana support participants in implementing lifestyle changes for the long-term management of back pain?
    Back pain is a complex issue involving physical, physiological, and psychological factors. Orthopaedic doctors and physiotherapists often overlook physiological, psychological, and emotional factors affecting back pain recovery, requiring a personalized approach and lifestyle for each individual's unique needs.
  • 3. Can I expect to learn practical techniques to alleviate my back pain through yoga?
    This course focuses on preparing individuals for practical techniques in back pain management. The course is a prerequisite for further learning, but lacks unique techniques. Expansion plans include practical aspects, but not all aspects currently covered.
  • 4. Are there any unique techniques or practices included in this course that are not typically offered in other back pain programs?
    This course uses personalized biomechanical evaluations and advanced neuromuscular re-education exercises to effectively treat the underlying causes of back pain, setting it apart from other back pain regimens.
  • 5. Are there any specific breathing techniques (pranayama) that can alleviate back pain?
    Stress and tension in the mental state can influence our breathing, which in turn affects our physical body. Proper breathing promotes healing and overall well-being, while inefficient breathing can lead to chronic back pain. Pranayama can help address this issue.
  • 6. What are the potential risks of not addressing back pain promptly or effectively?
    Back pain is becoming common due to lifestyle changes in recent decades. Sedentary lifestyles can lead to back pain, physical issues, and mental blockage. Ignoring minor symptoms can cause long-term problems, while heavy lifting can decrease productivity and independence. Addressing back pain is crucial.
  • 7. How do you approach back pain differently in yoga therapy compared to conventional medical treatments?
    Yoga therapy addresses back pain from a mental, psychological, and emotional perspective.Yoga therapy, a holistic approach to managing back pain, helps relax muscle tensions through proper breathing and mind-calming techniques, addressing physical, physiological, and mental aspects.
  • 8. Can you discuss the importance of posture in preventing and managing back pain?
    Posture is crucial for back pain as it misaligns the body to balance in the centre of gravity, causing tension to accumulate and weaken muscles. Back pain is caused by musculature pulling at spine points, often requiring therapy with stretching legs and upper body exercises, as tension may not always be the cause.
  • 9. How can stress and emotional factors impact back pain?
    Emotional weakness causes tension in muscles, which can store stress and emotions in the physical body. Yoga therapy promotes calmness and relaxation by releasing tensions and focusing on emotions and stress, allowing the mind to become calmer and the body to relax.
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