Working with a qualified Yoga Therapist is essential for safety.
Twelve Week Programs include private sessions; weekly small group classes; weekly phone or online check-in sessions for meditation and relaxation support; personalized resources, instruction in yoga and meditation and supportive yogic lifestyle habits.
Please note that programs are designed for people prepared for sincere self-inquiry and to the therapeutic process, which requires time, patience and self-pacing to design and integrate a new way of conscious, happy living. For Yoga therapy to be effective, it must be practiced regularly over a long period.
Explore realization through the time-tested tradition of Yoga with a guide who has journeyed through and integrated these experiences.
From a serious illness to a sudden mourning, from an existential crisis to a deliberate pathway of awareness, like meditation or sitting with plant medicine, students examine the many different factors which can produce awakening. Students will learn practices that help bring forth awakening and will develop their corporeal, emotional, cognitive, and spiritual awareness.
This is achieved through exercises in meditation, somatic awareness, self-observation, and dialogue. Students and clients also learn how to face any negative side effects that such a transformation can produce when it happens to an unprepared individual and/or in a social world that is very skeptical and even scared by transpersonal phenomena and non-ordinary states of consciousness.
Students, once trained, choose which Yoga-based techniques to practice and how frequently for personal growth, comfort and positive result. Informed, Yoga-based suggestions create personalized therapies for the individual. Changes may be slow, subtle, fast and profound. Choosing wellness for yourself is the most important, consistent, daily choice that you can make. Everyone benefits from your well-being!
New self-care habits are to be integrated in pulses, as each individual feels willing. Yoga therapy is a very personal experience, greatly enhanced and enjoyed when shared with a group and community.
“Yoga is strong, slow medicine.”-Dilip Sarkar, M.D.