A pilot study: Jahara Technique Program for Fibromyalgia
This study was aim to determine the effect of a Jahara program on pain and quality of life in women with FibromyalgiaBy Jahara Technique Advanced specialists: Dagan Arad, Efrat Porat, Noga Ben-Anat, Osnat Douer, Timor Horvitz, Tova Rozen. Academic & Research Consulting: Dr. Yeshauaho Hutzler. Support: Prof. Buskila, Dr. Abli, Mario Jahara, Israel
A group of six Jahara Technique Advanced specialists and teachers carried out a pilot study to determine the effect of a Jahara Technique program on pain and quality of life in women with Fibromyalgia.
For this study, thirteen women were assigned a 6 week intervention program that included seated immersion, group ActivExercises and individual floating therapy sessions.
Participants completed the SF36 quality of life questionnaire before and after the interventions.
In the end, a detailed analysis indicated the following results:
- Significant level of pain reduction
- Significant improvement of the general health conditions
- Significant impairment of vitality and mental health
The conclusion of the study was that a systematic Jahara Technique program as an intervention for women with Fibromyalgia will improve their physical condition and physical functioning.
An expanded research based on this study is currently being developed.