The fusion of Yoga and therapy is beneficial to all of us. Below are few conditions that can greatly benefit from our services.
- Cerebral Palsy
- Down Syndrome
- Developmental Delay
- Hypotonic / Hypertonia
- Accidental Injury / Trauma
- Spina Bifida
- Brachial Plexus Injury
- Neurological Pathology
Peyton learning to stand with Nisha
Practicing stand to squat and vise versa is an important phase for a child before he/she learns to take independent steps. It provides lower extremity strength as well as hip control and balance needed to take the first independent step.
Practicing first independent step
Trunk extensor and hip strength is vital to get the independent first step. Use of the therapy ball is the great way to achieve this strength!!
Posterior Pelvic Tilt
Jayden presents with severe anterior pelvic tilt and increased lordosis leading to postural deficits. This leads to poor posture while sitting and walking. Tilting pelvic posteriorly is extremely important to decrease lumbar curve and ultimately the posture.
Pediatric leg Strengthening
Here are some exercises kids can do in therapy or at home to work core muscles and achieve better posture, stability and endurance, without getting bored.