You + Yoga = Wellness, Healing, Self-Care
If you are hurting or healing because of an injury, recent surgery, or a chronic medical condition, we may have group or individual classes that are more tailored to your situation. We’ll want to talk with you to determine the most appropriate and effective yoga self-care options available.
Some classes are specifically designed and sometimes taught by our Yoga Therapist for specific conditions such as low back pain, chronic hip and knee issues, upper back, neck and shoulder pain, arthritis, sleeplessness, and chronic pain. We also offer special workshops and webinars on therapeutic yoga for specific conditions.
What We Offer
If you want to do yoga in the privacy of your own home, we have a certified Yoga Therapist on staff who can see you individually to tailor a yoga program for your specific needs.
Improved function, less pain, better sleep, more energy, less anxiety…these are just some of the good things that happen from working with a Yoga Therapist.
Yoga Therapy or Therapeutic Yoga is different from general yoga in that the practice is adapted to your specific needs and is tailored to create specific effects based on your goals. You take an active role in your own health, healing or management of your condition.
Consider a therapeutic yoga class or individual sessions with a Yoga Therapist if you have:
- Structural issues like low back pain, hip pain, knee problems or upper back, neck and shoulder pain, poor balance, chronic pain conditions and preparing for/healing from joint replacement surgery.
- Physiological concerns like sleep issues, fatigue, digestive problems, headaches, hormonal symptoms, diabetes, immune conditions, heart disease or side effects from cancer treatment, and preparing for a major surgery.
- Mental health concerns like chronic stress, anxiety, depression, grief or life-changing situations.
- Conditions that create a combination of structural and physiological changes and life adjustment such as cancer, heart disease or stroke.
A Yoga Therapist is specially trained to work with individuals and groups to use therapeutic applications of the tools of yoga. A certified Yoga Therapist has training beyond a general yoga teacher training (minimum of 800 hours of training beyond a 200 hr teacher training certification).
“My body is more delightful to live in.”
— J.P., A Yoga Therapy client