Please join me in exploring the possiblities of integrative Occupational Therapy and therapeutic yoga.
Learn more about each of theses practices, and what they can offer you.
Healthy lifestyles contribute to healthy aging.
I have found yoga to be beneficial as a complement to conventional Occupational Therapy (OT), or as a means for continuing gains attained in rehabilitation once conventional therapy has ended.
Many students come to yoga for stress management or physical conditioning.
They discover that yoga is a form of Mind-Body Medicine, therefore a spiritual practice as well.
Mindfulness may begin on the yoga mat, then carry over into all aspects of daily life.
Mindful movement in yoga classes helps prevent injuries, as students learn about Ahimsa, or peacefulness.
In addition to Hatha Yoga, the most popular form in the United States, I offer Yin Yoga, Restorative Yoga and Yoga Nidra.
Focus on the breath leads to meditation.
Pat Barnes MS, OT/L, RYT500
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