Dr. Fishman’s Yoga for Arthritis
with Loren M. Fishman, M.D., B.Phil. (Oxon.)
For Yoga teachers and health professionals
In this previously recorded self-paced workshop, learn the mechanics’ principles of different joints in the body, and how they each work. Experience the Yoga poses that relieve suffering and liberate the joints to move more freely with less discomfort. With increased movement in the joints, every activity will improve mobility further.
Arthritis disables more Americans than any other condition, and there are millions of people who are not formally disabled but yearn for the freedom, mobility, and reduced pain that Yoga can provide.
In addition to expanding the ranges of movement, Yoga also releases hormone-like substances that are powerful anti-inflammatories. These substances often lower the risk of cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, and swelling in the body.
The hallmark of arthritis is a limited range of motion. If Yoga does anything, it stretches. Therefore arthritis and Yoga were made for each other.
You will have access to:
- Recorded sessions with Dr. Loren Fishman and assistant Liz Larson
- Integral Yoga Hatha videos and 5 pm Live Yoga classes
- Meditation videos
- Inspirational talk videos by Sri Swami Satchidananda
- Live Q&A with an Integral Yoga senior teacher every Sunday on a different topic
The program exceeded my expectations. It has changed and will continue to change my life and that of my family. — Past Participant
If you can attend only one more workshop in your Yoga life, make it here with Dr. Fishman. — Bev Godfrey
Practical, useful, and very clear instructions for all important points. — Satya
Dr. Fishman is Medical Director of Manhattan Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation in New York City, author of ten books and more than 90 academic articles, and a world-recognized pioneer in the use of Yoga in medical conditions and the treatment of lower back pain and piriformis syndrome. He spent three years in India before going to medical school and has used Yoga to reverse the deficits of rotator cuff syndrome, straighten the scoliotic spine, actually strengthen osteoporotic bones, and aid in medical conditions as diverse as insomnia, obesity, and restless leg syndrome. Other non-surgical interventions relieve plantar fasciitis, arrest the development…
Learn more about Loren M. Fishman, M.D., B.Phil. (Oxon.)