Yoga Therapy

Yoga is an age-old science which inherently is a holistic approach, simultaneously working on the body, mind, and spirit. Yoga practices systematically strengthen different systems in the body, including the heart and cardiovascular system, the lungs, muscles, and the nervous system. Yoga practices can improve function of the digestive system, foster psychological well-being, and improve oxygen delivery to tissues. Yoga also can help the body more efficiently remove waste products, carcinogens, and cellular toxins


What is Yoga Therapy?
What is Yoga Therapy?
Yoga therapy in the recent years has also started being considered as a complementary
mode of treatment for Autism Spectrum Disorders, as the improved blood flow, need to
longer attention spans, help in training the child become more calm, improve his or her
sensory processing, and thus, help in alleviating some of the symptoms of ASD and help
children not only manage their physical bodies but also become mentally peaceful. Read more
What are the benefits of yoga therapy for my child with Autism?
What are the benefits of yoga
therapy for my child with
While anxiety is natural, yoga and breathing
techniques can help kids with autism handle the
pressures associated with peers, studies and
their grades In practice, asanas may be difficult
to perform for children with autism. Read more
When can I start and who should I do it from?
When can I start and who
should I do it from?
It can be started whenever a child is ready for it.
You can refer to our exhaustive database to look
for a certified Yoga Therapist in your locality. Read more
What can I do at home?
What can I do at home?
At home, it is recommended that parents work
closely with the yoga therapist and occupational
therapist to find methods that work well
for their children. Read more

What is Face Yoga?

Yoga itself is a multi-faceted approach to balancing your physical, mental, emotional, and energetic well-being.

Face Yoga is a special technique of Asana/Exercise that targets the 57 muscles of the Face, Tongue, Neck, and Scalp. It stimulates the central nervous system, brain, and endocrine glands through facial muscles.

It increases blood circulation to the muscles of the Neck, Tongue, Face, and Scalp. It also increases cell nutrition and oxygenation. The muscles in the face are responsible for speech and swallowing. Isolating the muscles that control the mouth with various exercises can have a positive effect on overall speech quality for patients.

Face yoga is proving effective in facial paralysis, autoimmune conditions and Autism Neurorehabilitation, Autism apraxia and Neurodegenerative disorders, stroke, and Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS).

Face, mouth, and tongue muscles, Swallowing, speech, etc.
Increased muscle weakness and coordinated movements. Utilizing various facial exercises can help to build muscle tone. Exercises involving lips, cheek, and tongue help to improve speech and swallowing difficulty. The Phonation exercises help to improve the clarity, pitch, and loudness of speech.

What is Face Yoga?

Face yoga uses the principles of Ashtanga yoga to rejuvenate the head, face, and neck muscles. It includes unique exercises to strengthen, stretch, and coordinate movements for autism and Neuro patients. The head, neck, and bulbar functions can be a major issue. Face yoga can provide a new way to preserve or improve these functions. It can also be utilized as a tool for stress and anxiety management. Visualization, meditation, positive affirmations, and deep breathing exercises enhance the spiritual lining.

A revolutionary exercise program, Using a research and mind approach and change: develop and innovative thinking in the designing process.

The Aiyan Face Yoga program is tailored, according to the patient's need, for strengthening of particular facial muscles.

Our focus leans towards the impact of work on an individual's life and relationships.
So is the goal with the Aiyana Face Yoga tailored programs for those on the Autism Spectrum, ALS, Caregivers, Friends, and Co-workers.

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