Thai-Yoga and Yoga Therapy Seminar

Integrating Thai-Yoga and Yoga Therapy into your daily life and wellness routine can indeed have numerous benefits for physical and mental health. These practices are rooted in ancient wisdom and can provide a holistic approach to well-being.
This Thai-Yoga and Yoga Therapy Seminar with Laura Armenta will be interactive, focusing on a question-and-answer segment, allowing participants to clarify doubts, seek personalized advice, and engage in discussions.

General Outline:
Introduction to Thai Yoga and Yoga Therapy
*Brief history and origins
*The philosophy and principles behind Thai Yoga and Yoga Therapy
Basic Concepts of Yoga Therapy
*Understanding the mind-body connection
*The role of prana (life force) and chakras
*The concept of balance in yoga therapy
Traditional Thai Yoga
*Origins and history of Thai massage
*Techniques and stretches used in Thai massage
*Benefits of Thai massage
*Laura Armenta’s Own method
Yoga Therapy Techniques
*Asanas (Yoga postures) for specific health issues
*Pranayama (Breath control) for healing
*Meditation and mindfulness in yoga therapy
Common Ailments and Yoga Therapy
*Yoga therapy for stress and anxiety
*Yoga therapy for back pain and posture improvement
*Yoga therapy for digestive disorders
*Yoga therapy for chronic conditions (e.g., arthritis, diabetes)
The Role of Nutrition in Yoga Therapy
*Ayurvedic principles of nutrition
*How diet can support healing and balance
Yoga Philosophy and Lifestyle
*Incorporating yogic principles into daily life
*The eight limbs of yoga
*The importance of self-care
Practical Demonstrations and Hands-on Practice
*Live demonstrations of Thai Yoga Massage techniques
*Guided yoga therapy samples
*Interactive exercises for participants

Thai-Yoga and Yoga Therapy Seminar
Thursday, January | 6:00 pm

About Laura Armenta

Laura Armenta holds almost four decades of professional experience as:
Yoga Teacher, Thai Yoga Therapy Practitioner, Somatic Movement Educator, Kinesiological Analysis Expert, Wellness & Mindfulness Consultant, Choreographer, Ethnochoreologist and Performing Artist.
Ms. Armenta is the CEO of Armentality Arts, as well as the founder & creative director of Armentality Movement Arts Center