Case Studies - Yoga for Pain ReliefHow yoga practice benefits its practitioners who have experienced pain
Yoga for Pain Relief – Yoga Practice
Yoga can help to relieve pain caused by a recent injury or a long term problem, such as back pain or arthritis. By working with gentle movements over time you can gain a greater range of pain-free movement and build muscle strength to help support your joints and to avoid injuries in the future. I have worked with many different people who have benefit by feeling a reduction in their level of pain, gained more mobility and improved their quality of life as a result of following a personalised yoga practice.
The following articles from Yoga Practice in Swansea are designed to show the wide range of people who have taken advantage of yoga practice and the diverse conditions that it can benefit.
As well as individual case study examples, links are provided to research undertaken for particular conditions, so you can explore how practicing yoga might benefit many individuals.
Article exploring pain – the mind-body connection. I explore research that has identified a connection between our mind, emotions and physical pain experienced in your body.
Article discussing the application of yoga therapeutically to ease chronic and acute neck pain.
I wrote this article for Fixmyspine website discussing how I apply therapeutic yoga to relieve neck pain.
I’ve recently had a couple of yoga reviews from two ladies who came to me with chronic pain. They have both been extremely dedicated to their practice and the results have improved their quality of life immensely. Read more to find out what they wrote and my reply to them…
Yoga can be very helpful in relieving back pain. I have seen many students benefit from practicing yoga feeling stronger and experiencing less back pain. There are many research projects demonstrating how yoga can help relive back pain.
Yoga can help support people with rheumatoid arthritis or osteoarthritis.
This article – yoga helpful for rheumatoid arthritis outlines research that has taken place in America.
Learn How Yoga Practice Might Help You
Book a free consultation with Beth