“Aligning your body, life purpose and authentic self”
Just opened! Physi-Yoga: Physiotherapy, Yoga therapy and Yoga center in Ra’anana, Israel! For more details visit http://www.physi-yoga.com
Yoga for a Happy Back is more than a way to relieve back pain; it’s a means towards finding your Truth and living it fully.
When you are in pain, you cannot focus on your growth and transformation. The first step is to find balance in your body so that you can find true fulfillment in every aspect of your life.
Yoga for a Happy Back is a lifestyle. We are here to help you thrive and there are a number of ways you can participate and bring this work to others through your professional expertise. With classes, workshops, teacher training, books and videos, including a DVD, you can be a part of this approach whether you are a yoga novice, advanced practitioner, yoga teacher or health care professional.
For professionals: Check out our workshops, teacher training and the recently released books Yoga for a Happy Back: A Teacher’s Guide to Spinal Health through Yoga Therapy and Scoliosis, Yoga Therapy & the Art of Letting Go. For more details visit Teacher Training page or Contact Us
For those struggling with back pain: Try the DVD – Yoga for a Happy Back, attend classes and workshops. In addition, our new book “Scoliosis, Yoga Therapy & the Art of Letting Go” (Now available!) will help you learn how to use yoga for improved posture and spinal health.
“I request that you read this book carefully, imbibe its contents, and practice the techniques. One day you will look back and be glad you did.” – from the foreword by Aadil Palkhivala, Yoga-Asana Master, Co-founder of Purna Yoga
“Krentzman’s DVD by the same name has been a powerful resource for patients and professional colleagues of mine for many years. Now they all have an opportunity to dive deeply into not only the how but the why her approach makes so many backs happy!” – MatthewJ. Taylor, PT, PhD, Past President of IAYT, matthew J. Taylor Institute www.smartsafeyoga.com
Rachel Krentzman PT, ERYT 500, C-IAYT
With extensive training in Purna Yoga and Iyengar Yoga, and over twenty years experience in the field of physical therapy and rehabilitation, Rachel shares a deeper perspective on the mind-body-spirit connection in the realm of pain management and optimal health and well being.