Private/Group Yoga Instruction, Corporate Wellness and Yoga Therapy
Meditation, breathing exercises, yoga, relaxation methods and Eastern philosophy are blended together to keep you calm and centered. I can help people who want to live a richer and more fulfilling life and facilitate your own personal journey. Get started now to begin to allow the knowledge and practice to be instilled in you and you will find great benefits in all areas of your life. I work with people who want to take control of their body and mind. Studying with me will ensure you have a program that is suited to you and is fun, challenging, creative and inspiring!
Private One to One Yoga Instruction
Duet or Small Group Yoga Instruction
Corporate Yoga Instruction
A unique session is prepared for each client based on their physical level of strength, flexibility, knowledge, comfort and desired goals.
Sessions can include: Breath work (Pranayama), Meditation, Yoga and Qigong.
Breath training, Mind training and Spirit training are all real and can be isolated or incorporated into a format that suits where you are now and where you want to be in the future.
The Benefits of Private Yoga Sessions:
- Results are experienced much faster & deeper.
- Assisted stretching goes beyond your own physical boundaries.
- Learn your own body and its potential and limits because of the sole focus on you.
- Reduce injury, learn more throughout your practice and be able to understand the relationship between you, the practice and your body.
- Seeing and feeling the results will give you more determination.
- Keep yourself inspired and on track through personal coaching and attention.
Corporate Wellness Programs and Seminars
Offering a Corporate Wellness Program or Seminar(s) at the workplace is an extremely helpful, cost effective way of educating and enhancing your workplace. Promote care and good will for you and your employees with an ongoing corporate wellness program or special seminar.
The Benefits of Corporate Wellness Programs or Seminars:
- Reducing stress
- Instilling a sense of personal and professional balance and control in life
- Reduce health related costs
- Reduce injuries by being more mindful and connected to their bodies
- Increased productivity, improve morale performance and inspire higher levels of performance
- Enhanced all work relationships and physical endurance
Yoga therapy is an integrative approach to dealing with life, lifestyle, health and wellness matters by applying traditional yoga philosophy and yoga techniques. In one-hour sessions, we work together with this system to help you create, stimulate and maintain the optimal state of your physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual health.
There are several approaches to yoga therapy. One is to address the physical imbalances of the body by using yoga postures and stretches which in most cases improve symptoms from chronic diseases such as diabetes, cancer and heart problems. Some other issues you can address using yoga therapy are: stress, anxiety, depression, fear, weight issues, back problems to lowering blood pressure and cholesterol naturally and aging. Yoga therapy can reduce pain and accelerate the healing process of many ailments.
Another way of approaching yoga therapy is through talk/ yoga sessions. By applying simple techniques a person will be able to take control of their own life to restore balance, increase vitality, improve mood, attitude, well being. Each session is tailored to the specific needs of client to help them return to state of Zen where peace & harmony is present & can be connected to with regular practice and increased ease. A person cultivates true freedom when they are able to recognize their issues and get to the root of them. Eventually, one can release the pattern or attachment and replace it with healthy, useful, positive, productive choices.
Either way, holistic lifestyle changes can greatly improve a person’s outlook, relationships and health. The effort to integrate yoga therapy into mainstream medicine in the U.S. today is led by the International Association of Yoga Therapists (IAYT). The association attempts to bridge the gap between mainstream medicine and the millennia old system of yoga. At the current rate of research on the benefits of yoga as therapy, we will not have to wait another 100 years before yoga therapy becomes an integral part of healing and wellness.