What Is Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy?

Published: Mar 13, 2020 | Updated: Sep 7, 2021

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What Is Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy?

Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy was founded in 1985 by Michael Lee. It’s a holistic healing art using yogic and modern therapeutic approaches to deepen awareness and presence.

A Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy one-on-one session consists of practitioner assisted yoga postures and a dialogue process that is client-centered, open-ended and non-directive.

The client is facilitated through an experience of him or herself in the present moment and whatever happens in the present moment — physically, emotionally, intellectually and spiritually.

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In fact, and the Phoenix Rising movement will perhaps not appreciate me saying this, a session has very much similarities with a modern, soft-approach Western style Thai Massage session: talks, bodywork with assisted stretches, feedback, awareness, and the like.

Additionally, there are quite some similarities with Breema Bodywork® also. Just watch this Phoenix Rising Therapy video and you’ll see for yourself what I’m pointing at.

You can visit the Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy Website at https://pryt.com/


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