Where well-being and medicine meet ....
Thai Yoga Therapy includes a pattern of slow hand movement called "elephant walking." It is a very rhythmic, and deeply relaxing technique. These gentle creatures are powerful and purposeful, teaching us how to be truly mindful.
WHAT IS THAI YOGA THERAPY?
Thai Yoga Therapy by Neilly integrates evidenced-based myofascial principles, neuroscience, and physical medicine with ancient wisdom.
Passive range of motion, myofascial release, gentle therapeutic yoga, crania-sacral therapies, acupressure, and rhythmic gradual tissue compression are all blended together to addresses the whole body and being.
Together these actions relieve muscular and myofascial tension, improve circulation, and calm the nervous system, allowing for deep relaxation and comfort, where healing takes place, restoring vitality.
This integrated practice is actualized to address your unique needs.
I have taken these ancient healing arts and integrated them with the knowledge of physical medicine and rehabilitation sciences to improve safety and efficacy. I am on the only physiatrist who practices this integrated full complement of healing modalities.
Induces a calm, mental state
Relieves muscular and myofascial tension
Increases flexibility and range of motion
Stimulates circulation including microcirculation
Moves lymphatic fluids improving immune function
Reduces organ and myofascial scarring and adhesions
Activates the gut-brain axis and the parasympathetic nervous system
Improves overall physical function
Enhances sports performance
Restores vitality and well being
For all ages and abilities
More about Thai Yoga Therapy
Thai Yoga Therapy is performed with loose and comfortable clothing on a special comfortable mat.
Sessions generally last 1.5-2 hours addressing the whole body with special attention to your needs. A technique called Chi Nei Tsang may be added or the focus of your session, a specialized abdominal treatment to help with balancing your overall health, and release deep tension.
It is recommended that the shortest time allowed is 1.5 hours (90 minutes), but it is understandable if you only have an hour.
No yoga experience is necessary. All persons of any age, including children and older adults, any stage of life, and ability can benefit.