An evidence based scientific approach to restore pain free movement
Physio and Yoga are combined to provide relief for complex or longstanding issues and give you the tools to heal yourself.
Pain involves your body and your mind. Physio-Yoga helps you to heal both. It has proven particularly useful for helping in situations where pain has not responded to traditional methods of treatment or keeps returning.
You learn how your body movements, habits and emotions affect your physical pain. You are taught how to help yourself and take more control of your own healing process.
A-J Peterson has worked for over 25 years as physio treating people of all ages and fitness levels suffering from pain and injury.
An evidence-based scientific approach to relieve your pain and restore movement.
A whole-body assessment to identify the causes of your pain, treating the cause as well as the symptoms. You are taught you how to treat yourself to prevent it from reoccurring.
With over 25 years of experience treating a wide range of conditions, and a particular focus on foot and ankle conditions, spinal pain and nerve pain, and issues involving the thoracic rings (ribs)…A-J is equipped to help you get better. Here at Physio Therapy Yoga we treat the body as an interconnected whole.
A practice designed by a physio to help heal and enhance your quality of life.
Physio-Yoga combines Physiotherapy with traditional time-proven holistic practices of Yoga for healing your body and rehabilitating it after injury.
Physiotherapy and Yoga can enhance your overall well-being. In Yoga the mind and body are treated as one, each enhancing the other’s healing.
One-on-one yoga can help you manage your pain, recover from injury, and improve your mobility. Yoga can enhance your strength, balance, mobility and overall health.
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