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Yoga Therapy Services


Sessions will include assessment and may incorporate a variety of tools drawing from Ayurveda, and yoga therapies to achieve desired results. 

After assessment is carried out clients are generally led through a series of exercises or postures and are given simple home work to practice in between sessions.


Sessions are generally spaced one week apart and build on each other until the goal is reached. 

Yoga Therapies During Injury Recovery - 1 - 3 Sessions $100- $320


Improved Posture or ROM Package - 1-3 Sessions -  100 - $320 

Stress Management Package- 1- 3 Sessions $100 - $320

Develop a Personal Home Practice - 1 - 3 Sessions 80$ - $240

Diet and Lifestyle - 1-3 Sessions link 

Depression | Anxiety | Mental | Emotional  - 3 Sessions - $320

About Yoga Therapy 

Yoga Therapy  is the professional application of the principles and practices of yoga to promote health and well-being within a therapeutic relationship that includes personalized assessment, goal setting, lifestyle management, and yoga practices for individuals or small groups.


Unlike a regular yoga class, yoga therapy is typically conducted on a one-on-one basis, and the practices and techniques are tailored to meet the specific needs and goals of the individual. A yoga therapist will typically conduct a thorough assessment of the individual's physical, mental, and emotional health, and will then develop a customized home practice that is designed to address their specific needs. 


Yoga therapy may include a variety of yoga practices and techniques, including physical postures (asanas), breathing techniques (pranayama), meditation, relaxation techniques, and lifestyle modifications, medicated oils and teas. 


Overall, yoga therapy offers a holistic approach to health and wellbeing that aims to address the 5 Koshas (layers) versus a singular physical body of the Western system. In Addition to the Physical Body the Koshic system includes The Subtle Bodies, The Mental Body, The Higher Intellect and the Bliss Body.

When a client presents with an imbalance, the Yoga Therapist will look to the 5 bodies (Koshas) to help determine the source of the imbalance. So for example when we are looking for the source of a client's pain or suffering we have multiple layers to assess. Pain is a body’s way of getting attention and together we can unfurl its messages to us.


Sometimes what presents as a physical pain can be deeply rooted in an imbalanced pattern of holding, alignment issues or even in a more mental or emotional stressor or lifestyle imbalance.


The 5 Koshic Model helps us to evaluate potential underlying causes and then develop solutions. 

IAYT-Certified Yoga Therapists, or C-IAYTs, are highly trained professionals who meet or exceed established international standards. visit 

Link to recent article on Yoga Therapy and Pain Management .

Class schedule here.

In Health, 

Holistic Health Therapies

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