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Yoga Therapy


Yoga Therapy is different than any other form of treatment you have tried.

Yoga Therapy uses a completely different model to understand how the human system (body, mind, energy, emotions, personality) functions and it works with all aspects of your system in an integrated way to promote healing on all levels.

Whether your dealing with physical issues, pain, psychological or emotional issues such as trauma, depression, anxiety, or anything else, Yoga Therapy is a tool that can help you manage and work through your afflictions. Yoga Therapy approaches pain in a holistic way, with out the use of medications or invasive treatments. While it is not a replacement for Western Medicine, it can be a powerful adjunct to any treatment you are already receiving.

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What is Yoga Therapy?

Yoga Therapy is a holistic healing approach that works on all levels of your system. It is a personalized and tailored practice that utilizes yoga postures, breathwork, meditation, and mindfulness to address specific physical, mental, and emotional health concerns. Through the guidance of a trained yoga therapist, individuals can explore and address their unique needs and challenges, promoting self-awareness, self-care, and overall well-being. Yoga Therapy can be a powerful tool for managing stress, depression and anxiety, reducing pain, improving sleep, enhancing emotional resilience, and supporting overall health and healing.

Yoga Is Not Stretching!

This is not just another stretching class! In fact, we don't do "stretching" in yoga. Yes, we work on developing strength and flexibility, but in a very intentional way that will affect your WHOLE system. We work on the physical level with the very specific intention of also affecting and improving your emotional, psychological and energetic systems, just to name a few.

Goals Of Yoga Therapy

The goal of yoga therapy is to support individuals in achieving balance, healing, and self-transformation by addressing their specific needs and challenges. It is often used as a complementary therapy to conventional medical treatments and can be beneficial for a wide range of conditions, including stress, anxiety, depression, chronic pain, and various physical and mental health conditions.

What Is A Yoga Therapist?

Yoga Therapists go through extensive training, far beyond that of a Registered Yoga Teacher.

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