TITLE

Wide Dimensions to Yoga Therapy: Comparative Approaches from Viniyoga, Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy, and the Feldenkrais Method

AUTHOR(S)
Kepner, John; Strohmeyer, Victoria; Elgelid, Staffan
PUB. DATE
October 2002
SOURCE
International Journal of Yoga Therapy;2002, Issue 12, p25
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Three well-known but very different mind/body methodologies for working with individuals are presented in a common framework consisting of: definition, methodology, case studies, and credentialing requirements. Chronic lower back pain is the presenting symptom considered by all three. Part of the background for this effort is the growing interest by conventional health care institutions in complementary and alternative therapies and the implications for Yoga therapy as a recognized discipline.
ACCESSION #
22023823

 

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