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We know joint mechanics and movement efficiency. We know muscle strength and motor learning. This science-backed knowledge is the foundation upon which TPM teaches yoga. Yoga that’s safer, smarter. Yoga that builds strength and mobility. Yoga that’s sustainable.
While over 36 million Americans practice yoga regularly, the injury rate is steadily increasing. Yoga is not about stretching your body into extreme positions for the sake of a pose: it’s about understanding your body and adapting yoga in individualized ways to achieve overall wellness. Why try to mimic your yoga teacher’s perfect pose only to suffer the consequences later?
TPM teaches and supports injury recovery, healthy movement maintenance, self-awareness, good posture, proper alignment, best stacking habits, neuroscience, biomechanics, mindfulness, core restoration, postpartum care…and more.
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Don’t worry. Our body-part-focused weekly calendar is curated to get you started on the right track–programmed with a smart mix of strength, mobility, flow and mindfulness for a balanced Physiyoga diet. Join now to receive our weekly newsletter and bimonthly calendars!
If you are new to yoga/movement and Physiyoga, we recommend trying Physiyoga in small doses at a time. Start with the Basics, and explore our restorative, mobility and smart strength classes. Try two 10-15 minute classes a week to begin, and build up to three or four classes of longer duration each week. Once you are comfortable with our basic concepts (link to blog), feel free to explore more of our Level 2 and eventually Level 3 classes.
If you are a more experienced mover without any existing aches and pains, and looking to feel better in your body so you can move well for the long haul, start with one to two longer Physiyoga classes per week. Choose one that’s full-body and one that’s body-part-specific. When comfortable, move to three to four different classes, mix and match full-body with body-part-specific work while maintaining your existing movement, especially your strengthening and cardio work.
If you are coming to us for help with an ache or pain, we know how to move you forward! All TPM’s teachers have been trained extensively by experienced physical therapists from NYC’s renowned Hospital for Special Surgery. Our method of teaching is based in physical therapy science, and will not only guide you on how to move optimally but educate you on why this is important. You’ll learn how to take these lessons off the mat and into your life.
Start slowly with Foundations, Snack and Level 1 classes in your body part. Or join us for a full six-part body-part specific progressive program. There’s one for each major part of the body
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Take our on-demand classes, programs, live workouts or monthly mini-courses.
Read evidenced-based, science-backed editorial content to keep learning off your mat.
Continue to further your education by enrolling in our Advanced Yoga Teacher Training and PT programs.
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TPM’s Main Pillars
Train your mind to optimize the various operating systems—muscles, nerves, joints, connective tissue—that make movement possible so that they work better together.
Learn to use that integrated intelligence to develop better body awareness to help you move more efficiently, heal from, and and avoid injuries on and off your mat.
Engage in evidenced-based practices to connect the physical and mental aspects of your practice in order to cultivate a more peaceful spirit and harmony both inside and out in your world.