Therapeutic Yoga

Many of us oscillate between resigning ourselves to tension as “just how it is now” and grasping at short-lived interventions to relieve our pain. Therapeutic yoga through pure movement is an alternate path – it is a path out of the darkness of pain and into the warmth of ease. It is a path into more fully enjoying children, grandchildren, running, biking, our yoga practice, cooking, and everything in between. This practice is about meeting your body “where it’s at”, accepting that there is a way to live in much less pain and much more ease, and nurturing what is working while releasing what is not working.

We all carry a physical and emotional load: the load of our bodies combined with the load of our daily activities, hobbies, jobs, injuries, and personal histories. This web of experience manifests as holding of the breath, tensing or bracing with unnecessary muscles when moving, and gripping at a level deep below your realization. Therapeutic yoga teaches pure movement patterns which involve firing only the muscles that need to fire in a given action and keeping all other pieces of the body soft and quiet. These new patterns of movement allow our bodies and brains to learn a state of pure resilience – a place of substantially less effort, refreshingly more ease, and astonishingly more power.

A therapeutic yoga session with Rachel Manetti of Pure Resilience Yoga in Cary, NC.

Therapeutic yoga will support your journey for less pain and tension associated with:

  • Stress and anxiety
  • Everyday aches and pains
  • Headaches including tension and migraine
  • Back, knee, hip, shoulder, foot and neck pain and injury
  • Arthritis
  • Knee and hip replacement recovery
  • Cancer Recovery
  • Heart and lung conditions
  • Pregnancy aches and pains including pubic symphysis pain
  • Postpartum recovery
  • Struggles with insomnia
  • Ailments associated with short and long-term illness
  • Symptoms of chronic pain
  • Athletic performance and endurance
  • Yoga asana practice

Ready to get started?Book therapeutic yoga session with Rachel Manetti now.