Yoga Therapy Classes
Get more of yoga’s benefits in less time.
Don’t have time to be consistent with yoga classes but want yoga’s benefits?
Want to quickly improve flexibility and ease muscle tension?
Looking to balance your workouts and your life?
Need in-depth stress reduction?
Looking for more from your yoga practice?
Want to create deeper changes in the body faster?
Then, the Yoga Therapy class series is for you.
What is it?
A series includes 3 weekly 60-minute sessions.
They are semi-private – receive lots of personal attention plus the benefits of practicing in a group.
Focus on therapeutic variations of yoga poses.
Use extra propping and precise positioning to support the body so deep habitual muscle tensions can ease.
Sessions provide longer time in each position or pose.
Hands-on presses or adjustments in both sides of every pose offered.
A session features a structured format that opens and lengthens the entire physical body from the feet through the crown of the head encompassing the spine.
How is it different from a yoga class?
Receive more personal attention than in a yoga class.
Spend longer time in each pose–A yoga class moves through 15-18 poses in 90 minutes; Yoga Therapy Class Series moves through 5-7 poses in 60 minutes.
How is it different that an individual session?
An individual session is customized for you. The series is a structured session. The first session focuses more on the lower body, the second session the mid-section of the body and the third session focuses on the upper body.
The result is profoundly restful and rejuvenating and at the same time opening and energizing. Your flexibility improves as your habitual muscle tensions ease. As your body relaxes, your mind quiets and becomes clearer.
Space is limited to 6 people.
Prepaid ~ $120; Day of event ~$135
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