Yoga and Pain Relief

FREE Pain Screening

Are you in pain?  

If you're recovering from an injury, surgery, or have chronic pain, we can help.

Radiance Yoga students are eligible for a FREE screening with a Physical Therapist.   

Together we determine your best path to recovery -- and get you moving again.

Meier and Marsh Physical Therapy

Meier & Marsh PT is your community resource for healing and pain relief in Tooele, Grantsville, and West Valley City.  Meier & Marsh has been locally-owned and operated since 2003.  They offer specialist care for back/neck pain, headaches, shoulder, knee, hand/wrist/elbow, and foot/ankle issues.  

Orthopedic surgeons recommend Physical Therapy FIRST, to avoid the need for surgery, pharmaceuticals and injections.

Meier & Marsh accepts all insurances.

Yoga and Pain Relief: Harvard Medical Journal

Yoga and pain relief go hand in hand.  Yoga helps people with arthritis, fibromyalgia, migraine, low back pain, and many other chronic pain conditions.

Research shows that yoga can relieve chronic back pain.  It also improves daily function among people with fibromyalgia and osteoporosis-related curvature of the spine.  Yoga also improves mood and psycho-social well-being. 

--Harvard Medical Journal

Mental Benefits of Yoga: American Osteopathic Association

Yoga’s incorporation of meditation and breathing helps improve mental well-being. “Regular yoga practice creates mental  clarity and calmness; increases body awareness; relieves chronic stress  patterns; relaxes the mind; centers attention; and sharpens  concentration.

--American Osteopathic Association

Yoga for Heart Health: American Heart Association

Yoga can improve heart health as a preventive measure or after facing a cardiac event.

Yoga can help lower blood pressure, increase lung capacity, improve respiratory function and heart rate, and boost circulation and muscle tone. It can also improve your overall well-being while offering strength-building benefit.

--American Heart Association

Yoga for Overall Health: WebMD

Yoga is a great activity if you have diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, or heart disease.  It gives you strength, flexibility, and mind-body awareness.  

If you have arthritis, yoga helps you stay flexible and strong without putting added stress on your joints. You get the added benefit of a mind-body approach that  can help you relax and energize. 

--Web MD