My method of Yoga Therapy combines ancient healing practices with modern day science to offer a practical approach to sustainable health. This combined therapy, based on the eight limbs of Yoga, integrates traditional naturopathy, healing plants, yoga, movement therapy, meditation, breath work and holistic nutrition. Combined, these modalities give deep insight into why and how the body manifests in the physical what’s occurring in the emotion and energetic. It’s a true combination of sciences providing tools for self-growth.
Have allergies? Unexplained digestive issues or breakouts? Sudden Thyroid issues? Fertility issues? Emotional instability, PTSD, trauma or trouble sleeping? Stiffness or pain? Excessive weight? Trouble focusing? Taking a holistic approach helps ease your symptoms while increasing your overall health.
Yoga Therapy plans encourage natural and sustainable healing through what you eat, breathe, think about, as well as how you move. Reducing stress, increasing the health of the body, and finding your centered (sattvic) space can help your body heal, your mind stay strong, and your spirit light.
Private and family sessions available in person or via Skype.
Individual or couples sessions: $100 per hour (packages available)
Group and family sessions available
Interested in deepening your practice or teaching? I’m now accepting applications for the Spring 2013 program (4 spaces left). If you’re interested in more info, drop me a note using the contact button to the left or at the bottom of the page. The 2011 session is now full.
Information contained in this site is meant to inform you on the holistic approach to health and how you can give your body the tools it needs to heal itself.
We do not offer information to diagnose or treat and do not intend to take the place of your current medical doctor. Thus, we encourage you to consult with your doctor about your health conditions and use of herbal/natural remedies.
They may be harmful if taken for the wrong conditions, used in excessive amounts, combined with prescription drugs or alcohol, or used by the inexperienced.