East Meets West Yoga Center

Private Yoga Therapy

What is Yoga Therapy?

Yoga therapy sessions are conducted one-on-one and are directed by your intentions and goals. The yoga therapist draws on all aspects of yoga, as appropriate, to contribute to your mental and physical healing and the maintenance of your overall wellness. You are given an individual yoga therapy plan to take home and apply to your daily life. These plans usually involve recommended postures, mental exercises, breathing skills, and visualization and relaxation techniques. When we are dedicated to changing our experiences, yoga is truly a healing path.

Who Attends Yoga Therapy?

Yoga Therapy is a personalized experience, where you bring your own healing intentions to a practice designed just for you.

Could Yoga Therapy Help Me?

Yes. Yoga therapy is an appropriate tool for dealing with:


How Does It Work?

Yoga Therapy addresses the whole person. It takes personal history, into account.

What to Expect

The initial sessions will be information gathering and intention setting to build rapport and have a direction for growth.
Communication with clients around their current medical treatment and health practitioner network will be established early on to inform the Yoga Therapist and guide them towards making connections with this network.

It is important to know that the approach is custom-fit to the client. Typically three to six sessions constitute the beginning program; with sessions scheduled at one to two week intervals at the onset and then tailored to individual needs and scheduling considerations.

Stress Management for Improved Quality of Life

Yoga Therapy defines stress as an adverse reaction to a real situation. Stress has been proven to be a common contributor to a variety of modern disease conditions. Yoga Therapy offers a variety of tools to address clients’ unique pain points, and your Yoga Therapist will create personalized practice plans to meet your individual needs.

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