“No need to fight Disease.
Create Health, Disease will disappear”
– Dr. Ludmila
“We can live without food for one month.
We can stay without water for ten days.
Without breathing we can survive for six minutes only”
– Dr. Ludmila
The ancient science of Yoga is designed to transform, to balance and to awaken the person on a physical, mental and spiritual level. Through various exercises of breath control, meditation and bodily postures, Yoga works on deep layers of the human being, stimulating an energy flow to all meridians and organs of the body.
While physically detoxifying, yoga pushes the mind towards self-realization. The practice teaches us to learn how to move beyond limitations and towards endless possibilities. From feeling blocked to feeling free.
Different types Yoga work on supporting the body in specific ways. Methods available at Holistic Healing include but are not limited to PhysicYoga, Hatha Yoga, Surya Kriya, Pranayama.
The combination of physiotherapy and yoga provide a unique and integrated approach by combining eastern yoga techniques and philosophy into western health care practices.By adopting a functional approach to your yoga practice, you are much more likely to achieve your intention of optimizing health while minimizing the risk of injury.
A typical PhysioYoga session includes therapeutic education, active and facilitated therapeutic movement, and an individualized home program with focus on yoga-based practices such as mindful & awareness movement, breathing practices, and traditional physical therapy based exercises.
People who experience back and neck pain, musculoskeletal injuries (shoulders, hips, knees, etc), chronic or persistent pain, pelvic pain, osteoarthritis, osteoporosis, diabetes, fibromyalgia, high blood pressure, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, migraines/headaches, anxiety, rheumatoid arthritis, urinary stress or urge incontinence, may benefit from PhysioYoga.
This branch of yoga focuses on bringing balance to both your physical and mental health. Hatha yoga uses a combination of bodily postures (asanas), breathing techniques (pranayama), and meditation (dyana) with the goal of bringing about strong, healthy body and a clear, peaceful mind.
Pranayama is usually carried out as part of Hatha Yoga but can also be done on its own. It is a unique practice of controlling the breath, which is the source of our Prana (energy or life force). It will provide a deep cleansing of the internal organs, increased intake of oxygen to re-awaken the body and leave you feeling refreshed and energized. It is an essential part of a deep yoga practice and extremely beneficial during a healing process.
Surya Kriya is an ancient and powerfully energising Hatha Yoga practice to activate the ‘fire within’, leading to enhanced levels of energy. The practice is taught with simple, guided instructions provided by an Isha™ Hatha Yoga teacher.
Connect to the life within you (Gulf News, February 18, 2004. – Dr. Ludmila Vassilieva)
Harmonise mind, breath and body (Gulf News, December, 24, 2003. – Dr. Ludmila Vassilieva)
Flush out toxins with yoga therapy (Gulf News, January 7, 2004. – Dr. Ludmila Vassilieva)
Healing for the superwoman (Gulf News, March, 3, 2004. – Dr. Ludmila Vassilieva)