But not all practices are safe for every body
Sharing the safe and therapeutic application of Yoga for every body
Nearly 1 in 2 people have a chronic health problem. Yoga can help you address your health challenges, but it can also create harm if the right practices aren’t chosen.
For best results, work with a qualified Yoga Therapist or Specialist.
Yoga for Better Health shares 275+ safe(r) yogic practices (including breath work, meditation and philosophy and intentionally skipping the less accessible and more intense / ‘advanced’ yogic practices often seen on other yoga apps.)
The app also shares videos and educational content about yoga therapy, together with a directory of qualified yoga therapists around the world (with the ability to search by area of expertise, location and online session availability.
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Qualified Yoga Specialists
Weeks of Educational Videos
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Yoga can provide profound benefits to an individual's health and well-being. Learn more about how Yoga can be therapeutically applied to help support your overall health and well-being. A free app, Yoga for Better Health will share 275+ Yogic practices (including postures, breath work, meditations & relaxation as well as yogic philosophy) and the cautions, therapeutic benefits and modifications to keep you safe in your practice
Yoga Therapists & Specialists
Yoga can be safely practiced by EVERYONE. Indeed, if you can breathe, you can practice Yoga. Yet, not all practices are safe for every one and some yogic practices are strongly cautioned for specific health concerns. If you have a health concern, you should work with a qualified Yoga Therapist or Specialist trained to meet your individual needs. Yoga for Better Health has aligned with Yoga Therapy Associations around the world to help you connect with qualified professionals.
Yoga for Better Health will provide curated content sharing the difference between Yoga and Yoga Therapy. Our experts share the research behind Yoga Therapy and how Yoga Therapists use Yoga therapeutically to empower you towards better health. Access safe and gentle yogic practices that make Yoga more accessible and extend your understanding beyond the physical (asana) practice. If you can breathe you can practice Yoga.