By integrating physical therapy and yoga practices, Threes Physiyoga Method aims to empower teachers and students to optimize their wellbeing through progressive training programs that bridge the gap between health care and yoga. “We want to provide access to science-backed, evidence-based information for why and how these practices work in order to support your journey to wellbeing,” says Diana Zotos Florio, cofounder of TPM. “Our goal is to give you access to all the resources you’ll need and be trusted guides to help you along the way.”
With that objective in mind, we developed our Advanced Yoga Teacher Training and PT Certification programs. Our continuing education is based upon three themes: Foundations, Assessment and Restoration. By using this consistent approach, we break down the science into digestible, usable chunks, apply it through a biopsychosocial-spiritual and movement assessment, and use the TPM map to help restore harmony in the mind, body and spirit.
We’ve also developed our own on-demand and live classes to connect directly with students looking to develop a progressive practice that’s built upon movement science.
We’re Diana Zotos Florio (left) and Emily Tomlinson (right), physical therapists, yoga teachers and the directors and cofounders of TPM. We created this digital fitness platform to serve as a collective space where likeminded teachers can share their passion for physiyoga with a growing community of students who are eager to learn how to apply these principles to their practices. We want to support both our teachers and students wherever they are on their wellness journeys and help guide them to greater health.