Yoga and Yoga Therapy are unlicensed trades, akin to a similar education level as a fitness instructor. They do not have to have any formally recognized education or certification in order to teach yoga or yoga therapy. A yoga teacher or yoga therapist is not a medical provider.
By contrast, our graduates are licensed medical providers which years of experience in scientifically grounded patient care. They are able to evaluate, diagnose, and/or prescribe treatment for your medical condition(s) and/or impairments. Only a medical professional trained in the MTY method is able to use yoga through a prescriptive medical lens.
With MTY the focus is on you – not your medical diagnosis. Our therapists are able to provide comprehensive, holistic care by being able to draw from both the best of biomedical care and the best of holistic care. Your therapist will work with you to:
Ask your health care provider today if they are PYT certified.
The most benefit from yoga comes from a consistent practice. If possible try to aim for 10-15 minutes per day and when you have time to do more or to attend a class then you will absolutely want to do that. It helps to keep your mat and other props in a location in your home that will make it easy for you to either head to a class or to do your home practice. Remember that even yoga can be too much of a good thing. It is important to get the advice of a skilled teacher who can guide you in your practice to avoid injury.
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