Yoga as Therapy

Breath is central to Yoga because it is central to Life…and Yoga is about Life”

-Sri T. Krishnamacharya

When you learn how to breathe, you gain access to the deepest part of your nervous system.  You are able to actively participate in the healing process…by simply breathing more consciously.

Whether you are suffering from a chronic illness, chronic pain, feeling depressed, wanting to deepen your relationships, or simply want to enrich your life; YOGA is a therapy that will bring true, lasting transformation.  But true transformation comes when you are willing to integrate Yoga into your daily life.

A Yoga Therapy session generally consists of 3-6 sessions.   These sessions are spread out accordingly in order to create a daily practice that will meet your needs and support you on your path to healing and recovery.  Once you feel confident with your practice you take it just like you take a daily vitamin, and when you have questions or need an adjustment you contact me and we will meet again.

Yoga is about personal empowerment.  Yoga practice can take many forms a few examples are: postures or āsana, conscious breathing or prānāyama, meditation,  chanting, daily rituals, walks in nature, writing exercises, and gratitude practices.  A practice maybe 5 minutes to 45 minutes.  The goal is to co-create a practice that will anchor you in your Self, ground and ease the mind, and help you shift how you react to the world around you.  This is a beautiful and intimate co-creative process.  I look forward to meeting and working with you.