Yoga is a large and growing market. According to a 2016 Yoga Journal Study, some 80 million people say they’re interested in starting yoga but are reluctant to try their first class because they believe they won’t be able to do the poses. There’s a large population wanting the benefits of yoga, but most yoga classes are geared to those who are already able to do it and “get good” at it quickly. It’s no surprise that the exponential growth of yoga has been fueled in large part by adapting yoga to mainstream fitness trends that are often creative ways to put increasing demand on the body.
One of the the things that makes Avita Yoga unique is the use of the muscles (passively and actively) to access the bones and joints, which in turn provide a gateway to the nervous system and ultimately, the mind. It is practiced and taught in a way that makes it available and beneficial to all types of bodies regardless of age and ability.
The yoga market is wide open because there is a large, untapped segment of the population wanting a way to regain the movement they once had, and resolve old injuries without creating new ones. Avita Yoga is the way!
To be truly comfortable in body, one must also be comfortable in the mind. Avita Yoga is a moving meditation that directly addresses the needs of the body while using it as a gateway to the mind where all lasting healing occurs. We tend to think of the body and mind as two unconnected entities, often seeking help for each of them separately. There is a time and place for those specific types of assistance, but Avita Yoga capitalizes on the interconnection of mind and body and uses it to access the healing power of the mind. If we make it only about the body, then we are cutting ourselves short and it may not even be considered yoga at all. Yoga joins, and to join is to heal.
People want to be a part of something that works – something that helps physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. Avita Yoga is a method that effectively meets the student according to their body type and temperament which is one reason it often brings quick, positive results. As a teacher, the more precisely you are able to do this, the better and quicker the results will be for your students. It’s not only what you teach, but how you teach it and this training provides both the “what” and the “how.”