Basic Free Video Library Overview

    1. How to Get the Most from this Library (and a message from Dr. G!)

    2. Free Downloadable Ebook (PDF) Visual Breath Practice Guide

    3. How to navigate this learning platform

    4. Before we begin...

    1. Medical Therapeutic Yoga: Preface (How Yoga Saved My Life)

    2. Medical Therapeutic Yoga: Chapter 1

    1. The Yoga Couch [Three Tier Approach] for Restorative Postures

    2. The Mini Yoga Couch [Two Tier Approach] for Restorative Postures

    3. Accordion Fold for Restorative Postures

    4. Ganesha Fold for Restorative Postures

    1. Abdomino-Diaphragmatic (AD) Breath [Deep Belly Breathing] - Master Me FIRST!

    2. Three-Part Breath [Dirga Pranayama]

    3. Four-Part Breath [Dirga Pranayama]

    4. Sandbag Breath

    5. Victorious Breath [Ujyaii Pranayama]

    6. Alternate Nostril Breathing [Nadi Shodhana]

    7. Bee Breathing [Bhramari Pranayama] - for Vocal and Pelvic Power

    8. TATD Breath (Power Breath)

    9. The NAP Meditation

    1. Femoral Version Screen

    2. Scapular Assistance Test [SAT]

    3. Scapular Repositioning Test [SRT]

    4. Modified Gillet Test

    5. Capsule Test

    1. Arm Spiral

    2. Windshield Wipers

    3. Hook Lying Knee Lifts

    4. Windshield Wipers with TATD [Lateral Articulation]

    5. Bridge [Setu Bandha] to Two Foot Postures [Dvivada Pitham]

    6. Modified Sun Salutation

    7. Bent Knee Fallouts (Lateral Knee Drops)

About this course

  • Free
  • 34 lessons
  • 2 hours of video content

Meet Dr. Garner

Executive Director, Living Well Institute Dr. Ginger Garner

Dr. Ginger Garner PT, DPT, ATC/L is a therapist and educator. She founded Living Well Institute in 2001 to teach Integrative & Lifestyle Medicine in healthcare and is the creator of Medical Therapeutic Yoga. She also owns and operates Garner Pelvic Health. Dr. Garner is the author of multiple books, book chapters, and articles, and she has presented at over 20 conferences worldwide on the topics relating to integrative physical therapy. She is an active member of American Physical Therapy Association, volunteering in state and federal legislative capacities to improve access to physical therapy services. Ginger lives and works in Greensboro, NC and is a mom of four - three sons and the family rescue Labrador, Scout Finch.