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Yoga Therapy's Coming of Age

Learn how the profession of Yoga Therapy continues to mature and flourish

In this issue
  • Perspectives discuss the critical difference between teaching yoga and practicing yoga therapy, teaching a yoga class and conducting a yoga therapy session, a teacher training program and a yoga therapy training program
  • Articles describe the efficacy of yoga therapy for improving the physical and psychological status of individuals with Parkinson’s disease, in easing the transition of teenage girls from incarceration to participation in society, and in improving the flexibility of elderly individuals.
  • Individual practitioners talk about their work in early childhood education programs, with older veterans who have cancer, with people who suffer from insomnia, and with incarcerated teenage girls
  • Read the Editorial
  • Read the Table of Contents

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