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 Yoga Styles

Yoga Movement Therapy~Serving the Medical Community, Yoga therapists are trained to blend the best of anatomy and physiology with the traditional practice of yoga. As research shows just how powerful the practice of yoga and meditation can be as a healing modality, I am trained to work with you and your healthcare provider, not replace them. Yoga Therapy connects health practitioners, patients and students with a yoga therapists to help you find a yoga practice that can act as a therapeutic adjunct to your medical care.


Hatha Yoga~is a system of physical exercises (known as asanas or postures), and sequences of asanas, designed to align your skin, muscles, and bones. The postures are also designed to open the many channels of the body~ especially the main channel, the spine~so that energy can flow freely.



​Vinyasa Yoga~Vinyasa yoga is a discipline that utilizes postures and breathing techniques. This form of yoga offers a range of health benefits to those who practice it, as it encompasses all areas of mind, body and spirit.



​Restorative & Yin Yoga~In these styles of practice, props are used to support the body allowing you to hold the poses for a longer period, allowing you to open your body through passive stretching. The postures are usually adapted from supine or seated yoga poses with the addition of blocks, bolsters, and blankets to eliminate unnecessary straining.



Bhakti Yoga~This path appeals particularly to those of an emotional nature. The Bhakti Yogi is motivated chiefly by the power of love and sees God as the embodiment of love. Through prayer, worship and ritual he surrenders himself to God, channelling and transmuting his emotions into unconditional love or devotion. Chanting or singing the praises of God form a substantial part of Bhakti Yoga.



Corporate Yoga~The benefits of corporate Yoga are to encounter this malaise. They are unmatched by other wellness programs, as the very crux of the Yogic discipline is a mind-body balance.  It is the only form of exercise known to increase flexibility, strength, balance, concentration and breath capacity while reducing stress and anxiety.  Yoga also helps boost morale and interpersonal communication – which for an employer means no more bickering teams or dissatisfied individuals, power struggles or dirty politics.




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