Frequently asked questions
What is yoga therapy?
All yoga is potentially therapeutic and healing. As a C-IAYT Yoga Therapist we have completed in-depth training to utilized specific application of yogic tools—postures/exercises, breathwork, meditation, mindfulness, and energetic work to work with individual’s and their physical, intellectual, emotional, and spiritual needs to create more wholeness. As we are much more than just physical beings in this experience.
Who is Yoga Therapy for?
Everyone...Yoga is for everybody! Are you looking for a practice to help you connect more to your mind, body, and soul? Than yoga might just be what you are looking for. There is no specific qualifications to explore yoga and it's benefits. We are all human. We all want to feel connected to ourselves and to others. When we utilize yogic tools and create a practice that we commit to we can move mountains from within and out.
Do I need to be flexible for Yoga Therapy?
Absolutely not! I welcome everyone to practice yoga and yoga therapy! The physical aspect of yoga is just one part of the whole. In yoga therapy we can begin opening up more space within the physical body gently and compassionately explore other layers of our being. We meet you where you are and respect everyone's healing journey as a starting place of more wholeness.
What if I have strong beliefs about my choice of spirituality?
This is a non-judgemental space. An open space for you to explore. Again, I will meet you exactly where you are. Accepting you unconditionally. You have had your own experiences which only you have connection to. I work with each individual to guide them to create their own version of practice that aligns with what resonate with you.
Do I need yoga equipment?
You do not need anything fancy. Maybe a yoga mat and block. You can also use things from around your home and I can help you with what is needed for each appointment. I would suggest a quiet space to practice where you will be uninterrupted.
Is Yoga Therapy covered by insurance?
At this time, Yoga Therapy is not covered by insurance. Although, if there is an issue with being able to afford yoga therapy sessions, and you know this is something that you are called to, please reach out at email@example.com with a short explanation.