Despite the mainstream popularity of group yoga classes, they are often NOT the best entry point for those new to yoga, and especially anyone with physical imbalances, injuries or chronic conditions. If you can breathe, you can practice yoga. But it requires an experienced guide to adapt the practice; offering modifications to physical postures, breath work to pilot the nervous system, meditative practices, and many other coping mechanisms to support you on the good and bad days of navigating chronic illness or injury. Busyness is no longer a defensible excuse for ignoring your personal well-being. Are you ready to reveal the healthiest version of yourself?
Private yoga lessons are a good option if you are:
Dealing with chronic illness? Yoga, breath work and meditation provide coping mechanisms to support you in embracing the emotional and physical challenges of living with illness or injury. Yoga can be strenuous or restorative, but only when the instructor has experience assessing your individual abilities and health goals. Therapy-oriented private yoga provides individualized support that empowers individuals to use ancient healing practices as a complement to Western modern medicine to positively influence wellness habits.
Sandy completed professional yoga therapist certification with Integrative Yoga Therapy and is registered with the International Association of Yoga Therapists. In addition she is a licensed pharmacist, trauma yoga certified and Yoga Alliance certified ERYT500 yoga teacher. If you are ready to manifest change and return to balance; schedule a 30 minute FREE consultation
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Small group private yoga
Corporate wellness presentations and on-site yoga classes
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