Physioyoga focuses on Integrative Yoga Education: Yoga plus evidence-based medicine.
- Integrative Yoga brings together gems from many Yoga traditions plus a sprinkling of Pilates. All on a base of physiotherapy principles incorporating modern pain science and mental health aware practice.
- We provide education and training for health care practitioners including physiotherapists and exercise physiologists.
- Innovative, engaging and supportive education combining professional development.
The Founder and principle educator of Physioyoga Rebecca Fagan Senior Physiotherapist and Senior Yoga Teacher and Yoga Therapist.
Rebecca has taught gentle classical hatha yoga for over 20 years alongside physiotherapy. After integrating Yoga into musculoskeletal clinical practice for 15+ years, she shares a wealth of inspiring, practical clinical gems.
Rebecca draws inspiration from a wide-range of yoga styles and lineages including Hatha, Bihar, Vinyasa, Iyengar, Restorative and Yin yoga.
Mindfulness, Yoga Nidra (deep relaxation) and Meditation are an important component of physioyoga.
Rebecca has experience in a number of meditation techniques and traditions including Buddhist and Raja Yoga meditation.
Physiotherapy and Yoga are complementary as both focus our awareness on the body, breath and mind as well as personal goals and values.
Qualifications of Rebecca Fagan aka Yogashakti
Member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association (A.P.A.M)
Rebecca has been an active member of the APA as Chair of Acupuncture and Dry needling Group, NAC rep and a conference scientific sub-committee chair.
A.P.A. Special interest group memberships:
– Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy
– Acupuncture and Dry Needling (National Group Chair 2016-2019)
– Mental health
– Pain group
Alongside extensive musculoskeletal experience in private practice, Rebecca has worked in hospitals, community, rehabilitation and education background.
She has a particular interest in chronic health conditions and persisting pain.
Alongside yoga and meditation include walking in nature, paddle boarding, dancing, chanting and singing, playing the cello.
Oh and regular dog walking.