What is Physiyoga?

Physiyoga is the merging of physical therapy principles with yoga. It is the practical application of functional anatomy and biomechanics, applied
physiology and kinesiology into a yoga practice to optimise human movement.

Why Physiyoga?

The field of using yoga therapeutically is rapidly expanding as students and others desire injury rehabilitation through less conventional methods. Yoga teachers are often the first person a student turns to when they have pain. TPM combines breath, mindfulness and asana with western therapeutic methods to create an approach that is holistic and thorough.

What is Threes Physiyoga Method?

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TPM is committed to delivering premium quality education to both yoga teachers, practitioners and physical therapists.

The Method aims to give the 'eyes' of a physical therapist to assess yoga asana.

We provide the science behind yoga as a movement practice and aim to improve the scientific foundation of teachers in order to move, teach and practice more safely.

Our 3 Directors of Threes Physiyoga Method (TPM) are both experienced physical therapists AND yoga teachers and have developed a systematic way to observe the body’s movements during asana.

From these observations, the Method then applies scientific knowledge and understanding to optimise asana.

In short, TPM graduates will be able to teach from a heightened understanding of human movement as it relates to yoga asana.

Upcoming event

The Threes Physiyoga Method

Advanced Yoga teacher training: 100hr

Designed for Yoga Teachers, this program is comprised of 80 hours of contact and 20 hours observation, practical, and written work.

A Threes Physiyoga certified teacher will be highly versed in:

  • Movement assessment

  • Have a strong sense of the musculoskeletal and physiological causes and implications of suboptimal and dysfunctional movement

  • The mechanics of breath

  • The neurological considerations of re-training the musculoskeletal system

  • Deep integration of fascia and other connective tissue with the nervous system as it impacts the way we move.

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“Beyond giving me an understanding of the fundamental mechanics of the body in motion, Threes Physiyoga also gave me unique insight into how suboptimal patterns lead us into cycles of pain and injury.
— P Junek, RYT-200
Now that yoga is globally mainstream, its future is held by the teachers that integrate mindfulness & more refined body awareness into their classes.
— A Brandt E-RYT
The Threes Physiyoga courses raise the caliber of the yoga profession.
— Rebecca Ketchum E-RYT 500


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