Yoga Therapy for the Whole Body

Erica Fritch
Instructor Erica Fritch
3.68085
Average: 3.7 (47 votes)
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Duration:
46
:
31

This combo class has something for everyone. It is designed to relieve tension and help remove scar tissue in your neck, shoulders, upper back, hands, wrists, forearms, hips and feet! You will likely find spots and movements in your body that you did not realize could use extra attention. These exercises will increase strength and range of motion to bring ease to your day, at work and at home.
 
Included Short Classes: 1) Yoga Therapy for the Neck and Feet; 2) Yoga Therapy for the Hands, Wrists and Forearms 3) Yoga Therapy for the Shoulders and Upper Back 4) Yoga Therapy for the Hips

Equipment: Block
Style: Gentle Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Yoga Therapy

Comments

SadieJem 2 weeks ago

These stretches were great for me, and relieved a lot of pain, after having been fairly sedentary for 6 weeks due to illness.

smiragli 2 months ago

Thanks, Erica. I really appreciated the therapeutic nature of this class. It felt like it was getting more deeply into the "stuck" parts like in the neck and feet. I especially liked the chair sequence. Such a great alternative to free-standing lunges, which I find hard on the knees.

Eleanor Heaphy 1 year ago

I just did this class for the first time and was a little confused when it ended at twenty minutes!!?? I fast forwarded to see what else there was, and it seemed to be a repeat of the part I watched!!?? Do I watch it twice??!! Thanks!!

brindmore 1 year ago

good stretches but I found her wavering unsure drawn out voice annoying
sorry - just too hard to listen to

Maralepp 2 years ago

After doing this class, I’m interested in finding a yoga therapist locally. I love this class, as it helped me go deeper into the areas that always feel neglected. Namaste.

Deborah Lilly 4 years ago

Great class, thanks Erica! I enjoy paying attention to the specific areas that are often overlooked, such as stretching the hands and fingers, toes, etc. I was interested to read your comments about scar tissue - I hurt my knee, probably tendon, doing the V day "Break the Chain" dance on the beach (against domestic violence) on Feb 14th, and 5 months later it still hurts. I've been babying it during yoga and feel it does need more gentle stretch even when it hurts. Sadly the link to article by Dr Joshua Akin doesn't work and I can't see the full name of the article on the link - please could you let me know so I could write to Dr Akin and ask for a copy. Many thanks for your thorough work.

Dakota Drummer 6 years ago

This may be a VERY helpful class but...
Do people commonly have scar tissue in these various areas of their bodies? Maybe if they have had injury or surgery, yes.
Can you please link me to some articles or studies that indicate that yoga or any exercise can remove scar tissue? Otherwise, some different wording under the class description would be more helpful and accurate while maintaining credibility.
Thanks