Give yourself the gift of wellness...

Private Yoga Therapy sessions can help support and deepen your healing process and help you achieve your highest potential.  Meet privately with Laura to customize a home practice to help you meet your multidimensional needs and desires. 

 

 

Prices & Packages

Single Session $100 - 90 minutes including full evaluation, practice and personally customized take home practice.

Package 1 $240 for 3 sessions ($80 per session) - 90 minute initial session including full evaluation, practice and personally customized take home practice, plus two additional 60 minus sessions for refinement and progression of practice.

Package 2 $420 for 6 sessions ($70 per session) - 90 minute initial session including full evaluation, practice and personally customized take home practice, plus five additional 60 minus sessions for refinement and progression of practice.

 

Example practice:

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More about Yoga Therapy

 

Yoga therapy uses and adapts the classical tools of yoga to aid and further our holistic, healing process.  It can be used to manage a wide range of needs, conditions, and diseases.  Some examples:

 

Depression

Anxiety

Post-traumatic

Stress  Addiction

Insomnia

Stage Fright

Memory Function

 

Joint pain/ injury

Back pain/ injury

Pre/post operation    

Injury Rehabilitation

High blood pressure

Arthritis

Asthma

Scoliosis

Diabetes

Allergies

Sciatica

Epilepsy

Chronic fatigue

Fibromyalgia

Multiple sclerosis

Cancer

Parkinson's disease

Heart disease

IBS

Yoga therapy can also assist in gaining awareness of our subtler aspects.  It can help to transition us more smoothly through various stages of life, deepen our personal and spiritual growth, and help us to make the changes we need to become more empowered and fulfilled in our lives. 

 

An individualized, one-on-one practice, Yoga therapy is tailored to your age, goal, energy level, occupation, environment, constitution, and specific condition, if any. It respects the uniqueness of each individual and honors the fact that Yoga is not "one size fits all."

Some common tools of Yoga:

physical postures (asana) 

breath regulation (pranayama) 

meditation (dhyana) 

gestures (mudra) 

sound/chanting (mantra) 

guided self-inquiry (svadhyaya)

visualization / affirmation (bhavana) 

oil application (dravya upayoga)

dietary recommendations (ahara niyama) 

lifestyle suggestions (vihara niyama)

The wound is the place where the Light enters you.
— Rumi