Updated: Jun 13, 2018
Although yoga as a practice is therapeutic, there are significant differences between a yoga teacher and a yoga therapist and between a yoga class and a yoga therapy session.
In a generic yoga class the practice is taught to a group of people, there might be variations given and modifications, but addressing each individual's needs and conditions is hard to address in such setting. There might be a theme or a focus to the class that is design to attend to certain area in the body or the mind, but in essence the manner in which such session is delivered is generic and less specific to the individuals' posture, body type, mental state etc.
In a yoga therapy session the yoga therapist is qualified to asses the clients properly and make sure that their specific needs get attended to. The one-on-one setting allow that level of attention and care. An appropriate practice is then being curated to meet the specific requirements of the client, usually a home practice is being given in hope for the client to practice by themselves and empower them to live better with whatever condition they may have.
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