What is Yoga Therapy?
Yoga therapy can reduce, manage, or eliminate symptoms while improving function, though is not intended as a cure for disease. I will work with you to co-create and implement a therapeutic plan appropriate to your needs, goals, life circumstances, and which fosters self-inquiry and curiosity for your physical, mental, emotional, energetic, and spiritual healing. As its core, Yoga therapy puts you at the center of your own well-being.
While there may be similarities and some overlap, Yoga therapy not a private yoga class, nor is it psychotherapy nor physical therapy. It is its own distinct, highly specialized field of study that integrates evidence-based modern western science, ancient Ayurvedic science, and time-tested Yogic science.
Yoga therapy can be an ideal adjunct therapy to your other existing medical and therapeutic interventions, as it is a fully tailored, holistic approach that considers you as a whole person, rather than treating a symptom, complaint, or diagnosis.
How will I benefit from Yoga therapy, and what is included?
✔︎ Fully personalized 1:1 support to help you feel better, including a wide spectrum of tools and techniques you can use in daily life
✔︎ With consistent practice, improved quality of life so you can live with less suffering: improved sleep, improved quality of relationships, better manage stress, the possibility are endless
✔︎ Notes from each session to help you stay on track with your goals, including additional practices and resources to use outside of our work together
✔︎ HIPAA-compliant communication portal
✔︎ As appropriate: free, customized recordings (audio or video) tailored to your specific goals and needs, which you can use anytime
✔︎ A nurturing, supportive, highly experienced Yoga teacher (and Yoga therapist candidate) committed to being a caring partner in your wellness journey
Read more about what to expect, the difference between a Yoga therapist and a private Yoga teacher, and if Yoga therapy might be a good fit for you, on the FAQ page.
(Yoga Therapy requires extensive training and professional certification. It is a rapidly growing field, gaining recognition in the medical community as a viable modality; though it is not yet a licensed health care profession in the State of Colorado, it is on that path, with certification exams forthcoming. As a Yoga therapist intern, I am completing my certification in Spring 2023, and my credential will be C-IAYT.)
I am temporarily offering private Yoga therapy on a sliding scale between $60-$120/hr session. Please choose an option with which you feel most able, comfortable, and honest. This model provides equitable access to clients who may not otherwise be able to afford wellness services at this time.
(For reference: Yoga therapists in private practice often charge between $100-$220/hr depending on location, experience, and training)
Ready to Get Started?
Register here or contact me with questions.
I also offer complimentary discovery calls to help you decide if it’s right for you. Send a message and we’ll schedule a time to chat.