Yoga Therapy utilizes different Yogic tools to help reach your goals. “Yogic tools” can include postures, movement, breathwork, meditation, daily habits/routines and more. Depending on your goals and comfort, we may use one or many of these tools – every client will have a different plan and set of tools offered.
A little about me … I am a mother of a 12- and 20-year-old. I am a 500-hour certified Yoga teacher. I also teach Empowered Self Defense (ESD). I am in my 3rd and final year of an 850-hour Yoga Therapy training with Be The Change Yoga & AlcheMe. I am also training to become a Tibetan Sound Healing practitioner. Before choosing Yoga as my career, I was a visual artist – starting out in traditional drawing and painting, then moving into the animation world where I was a director and designer. I also lived in my Aikido dojo for 5 years and trained for 18.
Since a very young age, I have dreamed of spreading compassion. It was through Yoga that I found my way to live this dream: by offering tools of empowerment to others.
As mentioned, I am in my 3rd and final year of my Yoga therapy certification. This means that I am starting my practicum: 150 hours of meeting with clients, plus more time for mentor reviews, etc. I will be meeting with clients for 6-week periods and ask that you can commit to 1-hour sessions a week, for 6 weeks. My mentor will observe the 1st and either 5th or 6th session.