Terri Yoga
Knowledge Resources for Yoga and Aquatics

Recently Published Articles

“Yoga Accessibility” By Emma Brown, Washington Post, August 6, 2009. This article describes a growing movement to take yoga beyond its reputation as boutique exercise for the well-to-do and use it as therapy for groups such as at-risk and homeless youths, HIV/AIDS patients and torture survivors.

“Breast Cancer Lymphedema WaterWork,” Mary B. Essert, BA, ATRIC, in AKWA, the Official Publication of the Aquatic Exercise Association, Vol. 22, No. 3, October/ November 2008.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: For a yoga therapy session, do I need prior experience with yoga?

A: Anyone can benefit from a Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy (PRYT) session, even if you have never tried yoga before. For those already familiar with yoga, PRYT can be a powerful way to deepen your practice.

Q: What if I cannot swim?

A: Aquatic exercise is done in shallow water about chest-deep. Swimmming is not necessary to participate in aquatic exercise.