Yoga Therapy 

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yoga therapy

Yoga Therapy is a complimentary practice to holistic healthcare.

We'll design an individualized program that meets your desires, needs and lifestyle with counseling that is based on eastern and western methods of active listening and life coaching skills.

  • Movement that is authentic yet respects the posture points for alignment taught by classic yoga

  • Somatic in nature in that it connects and utilizes the 5 Koshas, the dimensions of the human experience

  • Improves physical health and fitness: all systems and organs are nourished and exercised

  • Attends to emotional wounds by utilizing the chakra system, gentle bioenergetics, and kind loving guidance

  • Deepens understanding of true nature of the self

  • Accesses, uses, and moves energy in a way that will profoundly change your mind, body, and life


Somatic Psychology is difficult to define because it is so personal. In essence, it encompasses all that makes us human beings. It is the study of how we work as individuals and how that influences how we relate to ourselves and to others. We are beautiful in our complexity as humans and Somatic Movement similar to Yoga works to embrace all that it is that we have to offer.

We are not just minds floating around, we have bodies and souls that deserve to be acknowledged and respected. Somatic Movement taps into who we are as moving beings. As people, we are always on the move. Even when we are trying to be still, our breath enlarges our lungs, our heart beats into our chest and our cells are in the continual process of expanding and contracting. Why not use this information to understand ourselves on a deeper level and translate that wisdom into our daily lives?

Somatic Movement is a tool used to empower individuals who want to move through life with more intention. It’s for those who want to feel more connected to their bodies and how it moves and for those who want to feel more nourished and less depleted. Pacing and Self­care practices are key components of the work. No prior experience with movement is necessary.