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What Classes Should I take?

Either choose a Category or Class Type (or both) from the filters. Notice which filter brings up the classes you’re looking for. See a description of the Class Types below:

Categories of Threes Physiyoga Classes 

Physiyoga Flow

Take these classes if: you love to flow, and love to get the most out of it, you will build stability, mobility, and practice optimal alignment habits mindfully.

Skip these classes if: You need to start slow and gentle, you are recovering from injury or pain, you want straight breathwork, meditation or strength. 

Heal + Protect

Take these classes if: You are looking for a flow that is protective, slower and gentler, that may work on a specific part of the body. 

Skip these classes if: You are looking to move faster, more dynamically, in a more challenging way. 

Build Your Foundation

Take these classes if: You are brand new to Physiyoga, or yoga, or movement. You want to learn more about techniques with tutorials that break down the basics, you are starting a new program with us. 

Skip these classes if: You are ready to start flowing, strengthening, mobilizing. 

Stretch + Release

Take these classes if: You have tightness and tension that needs some TLC. You want to work on joint mobility and flexibility. 

Skip these classes if: You are looking for full body dynamic flows, or strength classes. 

Slow + Mindful (meditation, mindfulness, restorative, breathwork) 

Take these classes if: You want soft + physically passive practices: focus, breathe, wind down at the end of the day before bed. 

Skip these classes if: You are wanting to move, flow, lift some weights or make big moves.

Help What Hurts

Take these classes if: You are looking for support during your recovery from pain or an injury 

Skip these classes if: your looking for quicker paced, more dynamic movement classes

Strength

Take these classes if: You want to get strong, smartly and safely. 

Skip these classes if: You are looking for more traditional yoga flows, breath work, and mobility. 

Train + Play

Take these classes if: You are looking to increase your performance in your sport using physical therapy principles and mindful movement 

Skip these classes if: Sports aren’t your thing

  

You can filter by Category, Anatomy, Author, Class Type, Class Level, and Length 

Breakdown of Category Options:

  1. Mobility: Increasing range of motion of one or more joints purposefully for joint health. Classes combine active and passive stretches – mobility classes are less about relaxation and use more muscular control.
  2. Injury + Pain Support: Help when you are in pain, gentle supportive classes around your injured area
  3. Strength + Conditioning: Getting stronger using resistance and load, progressively. External load, weight or resistance bands, manipulation of gravity.
  4. Breathwork: Focus on breathing 
  5. Restoration: Calming, grounding, and balancing classes like restorative + yin yoga, gentle movement practices
  6. Athlete support: Specific for athletic activities, run, ski, etc
  7. Prenatal + Postpartum Support: Specific to prenatal and postpartum care
  8. Meditation: Develop focus, calm, awareness, connection, stress reduction, and skills of observation 
  9. Workday Reset: Shorter classes that are light on props designed to breakup your workday. Mix of movement, stretches, postural care, common workday aches/pains, and stress reduction. 
  10. Week Long Class Plans: For those who’d rather skip all the searching and filtering to pick a class everyday. Each Week Long Class Plan has 7 days worth of classes. 
  11. Feel Good Flows:  Just as the name suggests, these are feel good movement classes. 

It depends! If your goal is to work on a specific injury, body part, or goal, then a program is a great way to do that. If your goal is to add Physiyoga into your existing movement routine or start moving with Physiyoga, you may want to just choose one off classes for now that fit your personal needs and time constraints.

A program is the closest thing to working with a Physiyoga instructor 1:1 on your specific body need, injury, or goal.  Each program is carefully designed to educate and empower you with knowledge and small, progressive, science – informed steps and strategies to build you up, empower you, and help you reach your goals. We have programs focused on supporting injury recovery, starting strength training, pelvic floor, prenatal, mobility, at work micro exercise, breathing and so much more!  Browse all programs here (LINK)

 

*Programs are available to all-inclusive memberships OR purchased ala carte*

We recommend aiming for a minimum of 20 minutes a week as a goal.  Ideally you are practicing with us 3x/week for optimal whole body results.  

While this entirely depends on if you are working with an injury/condition/pain or specific goal, if you are coming to Threes for general wellness we recommend a mix.  Aiming for 1-2 Slow+Mindful classes, 1 Physiyoga Flow, 2 Physiyoga Strength, and at least 1 Mobility focused class per week is a great mix! 

What is Physiyoga?

How is Physiyoga different than Yoga? 

  • We prioritize strength and stability before flexibility. Why? If a joint is stable and strong, it is more equipped to handle bigger movements and greater load which can help mitigate injury and boost performance. 

 

  • We use props as neuromuscular feedback. There can be a limiting mindset that props are only for beginners who ‘can’t’ do something. We use different props to more efficiently connect the brain to the body – this benefits any and all levels of practitioner! This is why we often use release balls for self massage – the sensory feedback helps your mind to feel the body area you’re trying to release. Similarly we use bands, weights, foam rollers, and brooms(!) to add feedback and challenge to the brain and body. 

 

  • External shape is less important than the journey getting to and from a shape or pose. Questions we like that don’t have anything to do what how a pose looks: how does it feel, can you move with control, can you breathe, where does it feel stuck, restricted or tight, where does it feel mobile and strong?

 

  • All of the Threes Physiyoga teachers are trained in multidisciplinary modalities meaning they have been trained in more than yoga. This allows for more varied movements, cues, and more tools in the toolbox when teaching movement. This is not at all a prerequisite to teach with Threes Physiyoga, but it does represent the fact that we are a group who’s curious and passionate about learning, teaching, and thinking outside the box.

 

  • Threes Physiyoga is backed by science. We’re here for all the debunking that’s been happening over the past few years, and we aim to tell you what’s accurate about the body based on current science. For example, twisting doesn’t detox the body, and generally speaking, it’s just fine to let your knee move past your ankle in a lunge. 

 

  • Not all, but many modern yoga classes move at a fast pace and are packed with big poses with little preparation for the body.  It often takes slowing down and simplifying to be able to listen to your body so you can give more care to your injury, and rehab/ retrain a body area. We hope our platform allows you to choose the class level, pace, instructor, etc., that suits how you need/want to move.

 

How is Physiyoga the same as yoga?

 

  • Mindful movement & mind/body connection are at the center of what we do.

 

  • We hope you take what you do on the mat out into the rest of your day/life whether it’s breathwork/meditation for stress reduction or practicing functional core engagement while washing the dishes. 

 

  • Use movement as medicine to care for body, mind, and spirit.

 

  • Appreciate the interconnectedness of the whole person. We know at this point that the mind affects the body and the body affects the mind – they are not separate entities. 

 

  • Have great compassion for your experience and journey ❤️

How is Physiyoga Different from Physical Therapy?

  • Classes aim to support the whole person, not just a body part: mind and body and intricately connected, one affects the other. Feeling embodied and in touch with yourself is huge for recovering from pain.

 

  • Managing your stress response and nervous system state is a top priority in physiyoga. Our ability to connect to our body is very challenging when in fight-or-flight mode because all systems shut down except those needed to keep you alive. 

 

  • Our goal is to facilitate a sense of connection to your body and your experience – tuning in vs tuning out.

 

  • Physiyoga is something you can do regularly. Like mental training for stress reduction, it’s a preventative practice that’s not just intended for when you’re hurt.

 

How is Physiyoga the same as PT?

 

  • Biomechanics- using knowledge of joint mechanics and muscle physiology in how we teach movements for joint longevity and injury recovery

 

  • Break it down and build it up: most of our programs utilize this approach. We break a pose or movement down by each joint and make it as simple as possible, then gradually build back up adding in more resistance, compound movements, and complexity. The goal here is to see that each joint/muscle area can perform a movement with strength and control by starting small, then progress to the bigger mobilizer muscles so the body can work as a team and share the load.

No, this is not physical therapy. The Threes Physiyoga Method Teacher Training is taught by physical therapists. Some of our digital platform instructors are trained, licensed Physical Therapists. All of our classes and programs are taught by yoga teachers who have completed the Threes Physiyoga training and have been taught to teach classes that integrate physical therapy principles mixed with mindful movement.

Membership

From the 7 day free trial, you will be charged on the 7th day unless you cancel. You will then be charged either Monthly or Annually depending on which membership option you selected. Once on a monthly or yearly billing cycle, you’ll be charged on the last day of your billing cycle. Cancel BEFORE the last day to avoid the next charge. 

Monthly and yearly all-inclusive memberships include access to programs, all classes and any live classes (when available). 

  1. To cancel a subscription, you must access the website—if you fulfilled a payment on the website.To cancel a web subscription:
  2. Log in to your account and click on Dashboard
  3. From the dashboard, click on the option Billing
  4. Then scroll down, locate the Active Plan and click on Change Plan
  5. Click Cancel Membership below your active plan.
  6. When the pop-up appears, click on Yes, I’m sure.
  7. Once you’ve completed these steps, the subscription will be officially canceled, and you will not be charged for the subscription in the future.
  1. If you have forgotten your password, you can easily reset it on the website.
  2. To reset your password:
  3. Click on the Sign In button on the main page
  4. While on the sign-in page, click on Forgot Password?
  5. Enter your email address and click Send Instructions
  6. A confirmation will appear that the reset email has been sent
  7. Go to your email and click on the Reset password link provided in the reset email
  8. Enter your new password and click Change Password
  9. A confirmation message will appear, and you will be automatically redirected to the home page to log in
  10. NOTE: You cannot reset your password via apps. You should first reset it on the website then the changes will be applied to app log-in credentials.
  1. You can easily update your billing information on the website. If your card has expired, you should first remove your payment details, then update your billing information.
  2. To update your billing information:
  3. Log in on the website and navigate to the Dashboard
  4. From the dashboard, click on Billing
  1. In the Billing view, under Payment Method, update your card information and click Save Card
  2. NOTE: If the Subscription was purchased from a Mobile Device or In-App, your billing information will instead be directly on the Mobile Device and will also have to be changed there as well.

Using the on-demand studio

  1. If you want to quickly find the videos you watch frequently, you can mark those videos as Favorites: the Add to Favorites button is below the video (after you click on the video). Once you mark them, a Favorites category will appear at the top of the catalog page.
  2. Your favorites category only appears after you pick a favorite.

 

Collections + Programs

  1. You can favorite an entire collection to keep it in the Favorites category or you can favorite an individual video within that collection.
  2. On the collection page, navigate to the Add Collection To Favorites button to favorite an entire collection.
  3. To favorite only an individual video within a collection, go to the collection page, click on the video you want to favorite, then click the Add to Favorites button under the video’s player.

Stay tuned! We don’t regularly have live Zoom classes, but we announce them when we do via the Sunday Newsletter for members and on social media. 

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