Static Yoga

Static Yoga Therapy NYC - Dr. Michael Minond NYC Chiropractor

Static Yoga Therapy NYC - Dr. Michael Minond NYC Chiropractor

NYC Static Yoga Therapist Located in the West Village of Manhattan New York City 10014

Before we get started, I have to let you know I am not a Yoga Instructor! I may use Static Yoga as part of a chiropractic treatment program, and the results have been amazing.

The most important part of yoga is achieving both balance and flexibility, and learning to read the signals between the mind and body. With the practice of static yoga, you will find that you are able to sense where the parts of your body are in relation to space, without ever having to look at them. Your mind and your body will work together to let you know where and when you are in space.
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What is Static Yoga? by NYC Static Yoga Therapist Located in the West Village of Manhattan New York City 10014

What is Static Yoga?

This yoga practice is a type of yoga that is peaceful and calm. It is performed at a slower pace than traditional yoga. I like to refer to it as "yoga that restores both the mind and body." Using a small board, or Bosu, you will perform classical yoga postures that will improve flexibility and balance.

The static method of yoga can be used to treat those who suffer from occasional or chronic back pain, knee pain, and neck pain. It is also useful for treating various types of arthritis and for treating those who suffer from headaches, including migraines, and those who are being treated for sciatic pain relief.

This type of yoga will aid in stimulating your nervous system, which as we know, controls the functions of the rest of the body, including the digestive system, the immune system, the cardiovascular system, and the muscle and nerve systems.
To people who ask me directly, "What is static yoga?" I try to explain my theory on this yoga practice. I think of it as an exercise regimen that can be used to improve balance, coordination and reflexes. It is an extremely gentle form of yoga that requires that you sense and perceive the signals that your body is trying to send you.

To often, we get so caught up in the hustle and bustle of day-to-day living that we ignore the subtle hints our bodies are trying to send us. It is not until our bodies catch our attention by giving us a shout, generally in the form of an illness, that we actually take the time to slow down and listen to our bodies. Even then, we often do not hear what our bodies are trying to tell us and instead spend our time trying to treat the symptoms and not the core cause of our illnesses.

How is Static Yoga Different from Yoga?

What is thought of as "traditional yoga" is sometimes referred to as "dynamic yoga." This type of yoga is generally a little more fast-paced and energetic. It focuses on enhancing the circulation of the blood and also provides a good cardio work-out. Other examples of how it is different from yoga would be in the actual stretches.

Static stretches are those that are held without moving. Traditional yoga uses stretches to increase your reach. Think of the static method of yoga as a discipline that stretches your body. You will feel benefits such as improved blood flow and enhanced body awareness, while dynamic yoga stretches are used to warm the body up. Static Yoga also teaches you, and your body, balance with the use of a static yoga balancing board.
Contact Chiropractor, Dr. Michael Minond For A Free Consultation on Static Yoga in Manhattan

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I may use static yoga as part of a short, or long-term therapy to help the body heal from another chronic health issue. I am not a Yoga Instructor, but I can help you overcome the pain and discomfort you may be feeling now with a holistic approach in identifying and treating your symptoms.

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