What is Integrative Yoga Therapy? 





Founded by Joseph le Page in 1993, Integrative Yoga Therapy is the type of yoga that uses all elements of yoga to therapeutic effect for mind, body and spirit. Integrative Yoga Therapy classes are usually taught one-to-one or in small groups to allow teachers to personalise the exercises and meditation to the student's needs. 


Integrative Yoga Therapy is ‘integral’ because it unites mind, body and spirit. This yoga style is not just therapeutic for the body – it also creates a renewed outlook on life and rejuvenates the spirit. 

Go to Integrative Yoga Therapy if you want: 

Physical therapy 

Personalised yoga 

Physical yoga poses 



Breathing exercises 


Hand gestures 

Emotionally restorative yoga 

Who was Integrative Yoga Therapy founded by? 

Integrative Yoga Therapy was founded by Joseph le Page. 

When was Integrative Yoga Therapy founded? 

Integrative Yoga Therapy was founded in 1993.

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