Health Assessment & Programs
In today’s life, many of the chemicals we ingest daily through food, water, air, cosmetic and cleaning products can be stored in body fat cells. Do you know our body stores around 10lbs of toxic materials into our system? A diet that lacks certain nutrients may also impair our natural ability to detoxify chemicals which further leads to their build-up in the body. The cumulative load leads to illness and has been linked to hormonal imbalance, impaired immune function, nutritional deficiency, and inefficient imbalance.
Toxins affect everyone, even those of us who try really hard to lead a healthy lifestyle.
Iridology is the study of the patterns on the iris, the colored part of your eye. The iris is one of the most intricate and fascinating tissue structures in the human body.
The claim is that iridology can provide clues about a person’s health status, as well as the functioning of various organ systems.
Although all yoga is potentially therapeutic and healing, yoga therapy is the specific application of yogic tools—postures/exercises, breathwork, meditation techniques, and more—to address an individual’s physical, mental, and emotional needs.
Yoga therapists have in-depth training to help them assess and keep their clients safe. They work with you to address your specific goals while considering any limitations you might be experiencing. The practices your yoga therapist recommends could include:
- Movement ranging from gentle to vigorous
- Breathing techniques
- Meditation or visualization practices
- Physical postures that address specific areas of discomfort or musculoskeletal imbalances
- Any combination of tools like these!