Integrated Positional Therapy
Integrated Positional Therapy (IPT), or “Yoga on the Table,” is a fully clothed, noninvasive, therapeutic technique based on yoga and osteopathic practices that focus on relieving pain by bringing the skeletal structure into balance through the muscular system. Clients lie comfortably on a massage table for the entirety of the session.
IPT skillfully combines the application of two well-established and clinically recognized neuromuscular treatment approaches: strain-counterstrain (SCS) and muscle energy technique (MET), specifically developed to address chronic and acute neuromuscular pain, and improve muscular-skeletal function and ease. Focused breathwork is also included.
IPT can be particularly helpful for hip, neck, shoulder, and back pain; sciatica; plantar fasciitis; knee, and ankle pain; tennis and golfer’s elbow; carpal tunnel syndrome; headaches; and many other conditions.
Lori trained directly with Lee Albert, NMT, founder of IPT, at the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health, author of “Live Pain-Free: Eliminate Chronic Pain without Drugs or Surgery” and “Yoga for Pain Relief: A New Approach to an Ancient Practice.”
Clients may request Integrated Positional Therapy as a stand-alone therapy, or in conjunction with Yoga Therapy.
Private studio space in State College Borough (address provided when appointment is scheduled).
Sig: Wellness Studio (in the SunPointe Health Building), 320 Rolling Ridge Drive, Second Floor, Suite 203, State College. Exhale Yoga+Wellness is an independent business co-located within Sig: Wellness Studio.