Yoga Therapy

In the past decade, modern medicine and scientific studies have documented how body, mind and spirit all closely influence overall health. This concept has been integral to classical yoga for thousands of years, and because yoga addresses the whole individual – physically, mentally, energetically, and spiritually – it provides healing at many different levels. Yoga as therapy is one of the original forms of holistic health management.

Please note: The yoga therapy components of our teaching are based on other training, not derived from our RYT/E-RYT status with Yoga Alliance


Although yoga can improve overall health in a regular class setting, certain conditions improve more quickly with yoga therapy.
Back pain, sciatica and disk problems
Asthma and other breathing difficulties
Hypertension (high blood pressure)
Insomnia and stress related sleep disorders
Digestive problems
Sinus infections
Arthritis, fibromyalgia, and joint pain
Immune system disorders
Anxiety, depression and panic disorder
Postural imbalances
Menopause, PMS and menstrual problems
Fatigue and lack of energy.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Yoga Therapy like physical therapy?

No. Although some postures are used in the same manner as in physical therapy, yoga therapy also incorporates breathing practices, relaxation therapy, energy work and various forms of meditation.

How many sessions will I need to see improvement?

There is no set number. Each client is given an individualized program for home practice. If the client continues with a dedicated practice at home, improvement can be achieved within a short time, even with one session.

How much does a session cost?

A first appointment is 2 hours to assess needs and develop an appropriate program that will work with your condition and time constraints; the investment is $200. Follow-up appointments to adjust or progress a practice may vary but are generally 1 hour long for $120.

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