Yoga Therapy and Yoga Instruction Clinic

Biochemical Benefits

  • ​​Decreases glucose, sodium, total cholesterol and white blood cell counts
  • Increases lymphocyte and vitamin C

Psychological Benefits

  • ​Increases social skills, Somatic and Kinaesthetic awareness, and  self-acceptance
  • Decreases anxiety, depression, and hostility
  • Improves memory, concentration, and learning efficiencies
  • Stabilizes mood swings and overall well-being improves

Benefits of yoga and yoga therapy

Physiological Benefits

  • Stabilizes autonomic nervous system equilibrium, gastrointestinal function, and endocrine function
  • Decreases respiratory rate, blood pressure (for hypo reactors), and overall body aches and pains
  • Increases cardiovascular & respiratory efficiency
  • Increases immunity, strength, and resiliency
  • Increases energy level, musculoskeletal flexibility and joint range of motion
  • Improves excretory functions, overall posture, sleep, and balance


Yoga and Yoga Therapy


Yoga is an ancient science that promotes awareness and self-healing. It provides the tools for self-investigation and self-development that ultimately guides practitioners towards self-realization. As our bodies are a field of observation, it enables us to reconnect to our inner wisdom and peace.

Yoga therapy is an emerging field with a specific focus on health and healing.  It is derived from the Yoga tradition of Patanjali and the Ayurvedic system of health care, which refers to the adaptation and application of Yoga techniques.  It requires regular practice to help individuals facing health challenges at any level.  It allows practitioners to manage their condition, reducing symptoms, restoring balance, increasing vitality, and improving attitude..

As Sri Sri Ravi Shankar puts it, “Health is not a mere absence of disease, it is a dynamic expression of life – in terms of how joyful, loving and enthusiastic you are.” Yoga helps to improve posture and breathing, through mindfulness.  It is a holistic fitness package. 

Yoga is a skill in action and not just an exercise.  It is how we communicate and act.  It is a technique, and when it is mastered, it becomes an art and that makes it unique!​