PhysioYoga Scottsdale

Corrective Healing Yoga

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06/11/2024

💚🧘‍♀️ Join the PHYSIO yoga program to address ongoing muscle imbalances. Our specialized yoga sequences and exercises are designed to target specific muscle groups, correct postural imbalances, and improve overall muscle strength and flexibility. Let's work together to restore balance and optimize your body's performance. 💪🌱

05/12/2024

🧘‍♀️ Calling all mothers! Join us for a free PHYSIO yoga class today! Strengthen your body, relax your mind, and improve your overall well-being. Don't miss this opportunity to prioritize self-care and connect with other amazing moms. Sign up now and bring a friend! 🤱💪

04/09/2024

⭐️ Exciting news! Join us in welcoming our new teacher and partner to PhysioYoga Scottsdale family. 🎉 Dr. Matt Brown bring his expertise, perspectives, unique talents, and a passion for excellence. Together, we're ready to embark on new adventures and achieve great things!
About Dr. Matthew Brown
Dr. Matthew Brown is a native to Arizona. He grew up in the Northwest Valley with a love for sports and helping others. He played basketball in high school and in college for 2 years before transferring to ASU to finish his kinesiology degree in 2014. He then attended Midwestern University in Glendale to complete his Doctoral of Physical Therapy degree. He then furthered his education by attending a Sports Residency program in Tucson and completed with his Sports Certified Specialization. He then opened Corrective Physical Therapy in 2023.
When he is not treating patients, Matthew loves spending time with his family, friends, and his dogs. He continues his love for sports and loves to play everything. He is an avid golfer, new to pickleball, and still continues to play basketball.
He likes to learn new skills and to continue to challenge himself. therapy

03/17/2024

🍀 Wishing you all a Happy St. Patrick's Day from Physio Yoga Scottsdale! May the luck of the Irish be with you on this special day. Enjoy the festivities and stay safe! 🌈💚

02/07/2024

🧘✨ Realign your body and find balance with the Yoga Chair Pose! This powerful asana helps improve posture, strengthen the core, and increase flexibility. By sitting on an imaginary chair, you engage your leg muscles and activate the entire body. Practice the Chair Pose regularly to experience its amazing benefits and enhance your overall well-being. 🪑🌟

02/02/2024

Please welcome our new teacher Shannon! She will be teaching 4PM Releae & Flow on Sundays. We are excited to have her as our team! 💚🧡 Yes!

Hi, I’m Shannon plumer. I grew up in Arlington, TX, went to Texas A&M and moved out to the desert in 2021. I currently work at Shamrock Food Distribution located here in Phoenix.

I went through a full transformation of my health and fitness at the end of 2019 when I unknowingly started a weight loss journey and lost 50 pounds over the next few years. It all began when I found yoga. I was never athletic, but yoga quickly became a constant in my life and it began to heal me from the inside out. My whole mindset shifted. I truly believe it gave me a second chance on the life I wanted and aspired to have.

I went to Costa Rica this past September and got my 200 hour yoga teacher certification, so I could help give to others the healing value I see in yoga. I came back and had the honor to meet Geeny at Physioyoga. She only helped me grow upon and excel in the knowledge I had about the body. I truly can’t wait for everyone to feel the power of Physioyoga!

12/12/2023

We are very excited to introduce you to our new teacher! Welcome Emily! 💕💗
I am an Arizona native who grew up in the Phoenix area. I attended the University of Arizona where I received a degree in Finance. I moved to Dallas for work and recently moved back to Arizona!

I started to get into fitness in 2020 when I began lifting weights. After some time, this began to take a toll on my body. At this point, I started to attend Geeny’s yoga classes as a low impact way to heal my mental health while strengthening my body. My journey has inspired me to help others on a similar path. I decided to be an instructor because I am dedicated to sharing the impact of mind-body connection and creating a space focused on inner peace.

I have been through training with Geeny at PhysioYoga. This taught me more about the human body, which showed me a new dynamic of fitness and health that I am excited to share with others interested in healing their bodies and mind!

08/17/2023

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07/31/2023

Alignment for Chaturanga:

Maintain a right angle at the elbows, keeping them stacked directly above the wrists. Avoid letting your elbows flare out to the sides. Maintain a straight line: As you lower down, imagine your body as a plank, maintaining a straight line from the crown of your head to your heels.

07/03/2023

Photos from PhysioYoga Scottsdale's post 06/26/2023

If you don't release a myofascial trigger point, it can lead to a number of negative consequences, including:

1. Pain: Trigger points often cause pain in the area where they are located, which can become chronic if left untreated.

2. Limited range of motion: Trigger points can cause stiffness and reduced flexibility in the affected muscle or joint, making it difficult to move freely.

3. Muscle weakness: Trigger points can cause muscle weakness in the affected area, which can lead to compensatory muscle imbalances and further pain.

4. Postural problems: Trigger points can cause postural problems, which can lead to chronic pain and even spinal misalignment.

5. Nerve compression: In some cases, trigger points can compress nerves, leading to symptoms such as tingling, numbness, and weakness.

Overall, it's important to release myofascial trigger points in order to alleviate pain and restore proper function to the affected muscle or joint. This can be done through various techniques, such as massage, foam rolling, and stretching. If you're experiencing chronic pain or limited mobility, it's important to seek the advice of a healthcare professional who can help you identify and treat any trigger points you may you. Book your class today!

05/26/2023

Modified memorial day class schedule:
9AM: Infrared Physioyoga 11AM: Infrared Physio phatburn have a safe and happy memorial weekend! 🇺🇸 🇺🇸

Photos from PhysioYoga Scottsdale's post 05/18/2023

Do you get frequent headaches, neck pain, upper back pain, or shoulder pain?
If so these could be symptoms of a more complex problem. We can help you! What are the trigger points for upper cross syndrome?

In upper cross syndrome cervical flexors and rhomboid and lower trapezius become weak and pectorals and upper trapezius/elevator and sub occipital become tight. Overuse and tightness of these muscles results in trigger point (hyperirritable points/knots) formation in the belly of the muscles. Come join us for a session if you dealing with some pain and postural issues.

Photos from PhysioYoga Scottsdale's post 04/26/2023

Biomechanical Symptoms - Upper body Prolonged Sitting in a Flexed Posture.

What happens to the thoracic spine?
The thoracic spine is excessively convex, with the shoulder and head tilted forward. Also, your lumbar spine will be compressed due to curvature of c curve of the spine. We can help you correct all this Muscle imbalances or pain in your back. please come join us for a session.

Photos from PhysioYoga Scottsdale's post 04/17/2023

What is the likely cause of an excessive forward lean during the overhead squat assessment?

This excessive forward lean is probably due to overactive calf muscles (gastrocnemius and soleus), hip flexors and/or abs (re**us abdominis, external oblique) as well as underactive glutes (gluteus maximus), shins (anterior tibialis) and/or medial back (erector spinae). We can help you correct mechanical imbalances your body has been experiencing, come join us for a session. Cheers!

04/03/2023

NEW CLASS! 💚🧡Yoga experience that supports your body feeling balanced and re-aligned. In this release and flow class, you will first be guided through what is known as the “release phase” in PhysioYoga. This is when we work to break up the knots of myofascial tissue stored in the body that can be caused by stress, postural imbalances, and the normal wear and tear of everyday life. As we release in the body, we are working to create space and to let go of what is no longer serving us as we allow the body to feel refreshed and rejuvenated. 
After the release phase is completed, you will be guided through a mindful yoga flow that will further enhance your state of calm and well being. We will be moving through a traditional vinyasa style class that connects movement to breath. 

02/23/2023

Are band pull-aparts effective?
The band pull aparts are extremely effective for strengthening muscles such as the rhomboids and mid to upper trapezius which are both key players in helping to keep your shoulders in a neutral, healthy position. If you're dealing with ongoing shoulder issues, join us for a PhysioYoga session, we can help! Cheers!

02/21/2023

NEW CLASS Alert! We're now offering Sundays infrared Vinyasa flow at 9:30 AM. We are super excited to have Madeline to guiding us on Sundays. Looking forward to seeing everyone! Cheers!

Photos from PhysioYoga Scottsdale's post 01/20/2023

Myofascial release (MFR) has been a darling of the manual therapist's tool kit for some time. But it's definitely fair to say that MFR does have some detractors in the physical therapy field. Scroll to learn why we think MFR, which doesn't always get the love it deserves, is a wonderful tool for treatment of pain conditions and functional issues! Come join us for a session if you are dealing with a pain or body mechanic issues.

12/24/2022

Happy holidays! Sending you love, light, and laughter for good memories and a bright and healthy 2023. Cheers 🥂from PhysioYoga family to yours! 🎄❤️🎉

12/21/2022

The Coop crossFit athletes joined us our hips and shoulders PhysioYoga , Session! It was so wonderful see athletes recognizing the importance of pliability regiments in their athletic performances. Thank you and Merry Christmas !🎄❤️🎉

12/15/2022

We are so excited to introduce you our new teacher Jordan! He will be teaching on Tuesdays 6:30PM Infrared PHYSIO YOGA! Hi, my name is Jordan. I was born in Wichita, KS and moved to Scottsdale in February of 2018. I'm always searching for ways to physically and mentally better myself, and found Yoga to be one of the best holistic practices to promote a healthy, balanced lifestyle.
 
I've been practicing yoga consistently for about 6 years, and found PhysioYoga about 2 years ago. I've always suffered from tight shoulders, back, hips, etc due to my active lifestyle and occupation that keeps me behind a computer for most of the day.  Not only did Physio Yoga help heal and strengthen these problem areas, it's improved my posture, improved my outlook on life, and allowed me to meet some great people along the way.
 
I recently made a career change, so when an opportunity arose to share my knowledge of yoga with others, I was ecstatic. When I'm not teaching or working, I enjoy golfing, hiking, pickleball, finding new exercise routines, hanging out with friends, and cheering on the Kansas City Chiefs and Kansas Jayhawks!

12/13/2022

Myofascial release can help overall decrease stress on the human body movement system.  It will reduce the soreness and help assist the tissues during the recovery process.  Circulation to our body is extremely important and trigger points will prevent the recovery process.  They will help release tension and knots.  Headaches are a common factor and a simple myofascial release to the trapezius muscle allowing blood flow and recovery.  Another huge benefit of myofascial release is correcting muscle imbalances. Correcting those will relieve the number one injury everyone has, low back pain!

Photos from PhysioYoga Scottsdale's post 11/19/2022

Runners knee pain?
Most likely due to ringgit IT Band!
IT band syndrome is often caused by weak kneel hip muscles accompanied by repetitive use, such as running.
Individuals can experience symptoms at the hip and or knee. A snapping sensation at either of these locations can also be experienced.
© You might have seen information online instructing someone with this condition to foam roll/ stretch their IT band. This can help with short term symptoms however there is limited evidence to support this line of treatment for long term recovery.
For this injury we believe a strong emphasis should be placed on improving the capacity of the weak structures at play.
Often the weak structures are our hip abduction muscles, however a thorough assessment would need to be conducted to confirm this.
This post demonstrates some exercises which may be useful in mid-late stage recovery of IT band syndrome, where hip abduction weakness has been suspected as the main cause.
Tag a mate who would benefit from this post!

11/17/2022

Thanksgiving day modified schedule: 9:30AM Phatburn and 11:00AM Infrared PhysioYoga! Cheers! 🍂

11/15/2022

We are super excited to introduce you our new PHYSIOYOGA teacher! Lauren will be teaching Wednesdays at 6am Phatburn and Mondays at 6am INFRARED PHYSIOYOGA class starting on December! Hello, my name is Lauren. I was born in Toronto, Canada and grew up moving throughout the Midwest and East Coast, before moving to Arizona to attend U of A. I discovered PhysioYoga shortly after moving to Scottsdale in the Spring of 2022. It quickly became my favorite studio because of the range of classes Geeny has so thoughtfully curated. I began practicing yoga and pilates while in college and found these movements to be both physically and mentally healing. The teachings of PhysioYoga’s practice have made me even more passionate about strengthening this mind to body connection and sharing that knowledge with others.

11/15/2022

We are super excited to introduce you our new PHYSIOYOGA teacher! Lauren will be teaching Wednesdays at 6am Phatburn and Mondays at 6am INFRARED PHYSIOYOGA class starting on December! Hello, my name is Lauren. I was born in Toronto, Canada and grew up moving throughout the Midwest and East Coast, before moving to Arizona to attend U of A. I discovered PhysioYoga shortly after moving to Scottsdale in the Spring of 2022. It quickly became my favorite studio because of the range of classes Geeny has so thoughtfully curated. I began practicing yoga and pilates while in college and found these movements to be both physically and mentally healing. The teachings of PhysioYoga’s practice have made me even more passionate about strengthening this mind to body connection and sharing that knowledge with others.

10/25/2022

Neck pain and tension headache?
PhysioYoga suboccipital release. 🧡💚

10/12/2022

The PHYSIO STICK between heels and inner thighs, our bodies will learn to engage deep stabilizer muscles.
Bend your knees and squat down, while keeping both feet on the floor. Keep your pelvis neutral, with your pelvic floor muscles engaged and your inner thighs contracted. Inhale, and exhale reach your arms up over your head.

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2930 N Hayden Road
Scottsdale, AZ
85251

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