Yoga

‘Connect to Yourself & Others With Compassion, Calm Your Nervous System, Create a Life Full Of Meaning’
What is Yoga?
Yoga is often misunderstood in modern western culture to be a collection of asanas and being able to achieve ‘pretzel like poses.’ We don’t have to be really flexible or achieve ‘pretzel like poses’ to practice yoga, these are misconceptions. What is missing with this understanding is that yoga has a philosophical and historical background and it is a multifaceted practice that helps us to nurture many aspects of wellness or living well. The word yoga comes from a Sanskrit word that means to yolk or unite, it unites body mind and spirit and helps us be fully present in the moment, accepting what’s present with compassion. Yoga helps us be present in a broader experience rather than getting hooked up in things like judgements, expectations and worries which restrict our vision. It helps us to hold things more lightly so we can notice and feel more. In a wider context it connects and unites all beings through the practice of the 8 limbs and connecting to compassion and common humanity.
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How Yoga Can Help You

Yoga tailored by a physiotherapist can be safe for many conditions, it is helpful in rehabilitation & managing and changing pain.  It encourages increased self-awareness and contribute to maintaining and improving wellbeing.  Physiotherapy and yoga are a great union, the two together help to tailor rehabilitation and empower you in improving your health and wellbeing.

Yoga has many aspects, of which movement is one (asanas), and regular practice can help you in many ways, including:
Yoga and physiotherapy

'Learn to Become Compassionately Present In Your Body Through Yoga'

About Yoga at Unity Physiotherapy & Wellbeing

As a fully qualified yoga teacher Ann integrates yoga into specialist physiotherapy for people with pain and fatigue, and into wellness coaching. She has also done the three levels of pilates training, along with CPD courses with the Australian Physiotherapy & Pilates Institute and integrates some of this learning into yoga. Ann has integrated yoga & pilates into evidence based physiotherapy for many years and also ran classes for over 5 years. In 2019 she chose to stop running classes to focus on 1:1 physiotherapy & wellness coaching, as well as to have a little more time to look after herself too. She also offers yoga workshops for small groups face to face and virtually (online).

Who we see

Anyone who would like to explore yoga as part of self-care and being able to nurture their health & wellbeing. If you have persistent pain or a condition that causes fatigue, then yoga will need to be physio-yoga which combines physiotherapy & yoga.

Other related services we offer

Wellness coaching information

Wellness Workshops

Meditation

Location

You can arrange a virtual appointment for anywhere in the UK or an in person appointment in Lincoln.

Get in touch

If you would like to find out how Ann can help manage and change fatigue, do what you love, live well and thrive again get in touch to book your appointment, or a free 15 minute call to help you decide if working with Ann is right for you.

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