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Can you keep your students safe?

67% of Yoga Professionals aren't confident when a student present with a chronic health concern or injury; yet 69% of the public is currently experiencing a health challenge that impacts their enjoyment of every day life*
* As found in the Safe Yoga for Everybody Global Survey of 1357 individuals, conducted July 2019.




If you can breathe, you can practice Yoga.
But, not all Yogic practices are good for every body. 

Indeed, some Yogic practices can exacerbate health concerns and even cause serious harm. 
Keep your students (& yourself!) safe with YogaMate’s Yoga Therapeutics Pro.   

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    Yoga Should Be Accessible to All

    Everyone deserves access to this wisdom. YogaMate & Yoga Therapeutics Pro hope to shift western misperception that Yoga = asana (physical postures). If you can breathe you can practice Yoga.

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    For Yoga & Healthcare Professionals:

    When you’re about to teach a class and a new student present with a health concern or injury, can you keep them safe?

    Yoga Therapeutics Pro was developed to help you quickly discern which yogic practices you might need to avoid (and which might be beneficial) when a student presents with a health challenge. 

    Dive deep into the full ins and outs of each practice – benefits, therapeutic application and concerns along with the description and modifications.

    Search by health concerns, practice categories or practice benefits. Use English or Sanskrit. Learn. Share. Empower.



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    Therapeutic Application

    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 over 100 health challenges. Search the evidence based benefits and therapeutic applications for more than 350 different Yogic practices (including postures, breath work, meditations & relaxation as well as yogic philosophy).

    Learn which practices are cautioned for
    Health Concerns & Injuries

    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 someone walks into your class with a history of stroke, or a herniated disc, can you keep them safe in their practice? As their teacher, it's your responsibility. Keep them safer - with the knowledge in the palms of your hands.

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    Learn the Way You Like

    Search practices in English or Sanskrit, by specific health concerns or drill down by category / focus. Want to see which practices are cautioned for people with anxiety? Or have someone present with high blood pressure? Quickly be reminded which practices are safe (and most importantly, which aren't!). Plus, extend your knowledge with access to some of YogaMate's best professional development webinars on Yoga Therapy.

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    • Keep your students safe

    • Quickly search against injuries and health concerns

    • Learn more about the therapeutic application of various Yogic practices

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    Therapeutic Application
    Quickly search for the practices that are therapeutically beneficial for 100+ health concerns
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    Evidence-informed knowledge of the safe and therapeutic application of yoga. Empower your teaching, empower your students.
    Know which Yogic practices to avoid
    Not all practices are safe for every body. Keep yourself (or your students) safe with quick access
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    Access YogaMate’s library of articles and knowledge provided by some of Yoga Therapy's best therapists; plus six of YogaMate’s top webinars