The most popular form of yoga today is an integration of several yoga practices, primarily body movement, traditionally known as postures or asanas. They serve to strengthen and invigorate the body, helping all physical systems to work properly. These include the skeletal and muscular structures as well as the circulation, respiratory, glandular and nervous systems. The postures are performed with awareness, with a focus on the breath and the internal experience.
Yoga is a remarkably effective practice on its own or can be part of other physical training such as aerobics, weight training, running, swimming or other sports.
Yoga at Melbourne Osteopathy Sports Injury Centre can help to:
- Develop joint health, strength and stability
- Build muscle tone and foster healthy spine integrity
- Improve cardiovascular function
- Learn relaxation techniques, breath awareness and control
- Combat stress and fatigue
- Ideal for office workers, gym users, athletes
At Melbourne Osteopathy Sports Injury Centre we have Osteopaths and Pilates instructors, who are musculoskeletal experts. With our case management approach to all our patients, if there are any queries during your yoga session, they will be available to answer all your questions.
If you would like further information on yoga then please call Melbourne Osteopathy Sports Injury Centre reception on 9939 1289 or email us at: