I am trained as a 200 Hour Certified yoga instructor and offer private yoga sessions geared towards emotional health and body awareness. My trauma-sensitive approach is helpful for individuals recovering from trauma or addictive behaviors, anxiety, depression and anyone looking to strengthen self-awareness.

 

Are you feeling disconnected from yourself and/or others, stuck in your thoughts, distracted, feeling powerless and overwhelmed?

Yoga is a powerful practice that can help deepen connection, increase comfort in the body, and promote a healthier relationship to life.

By exploring our thoughts, body sensations, movement and breath in a curious and compassionate way, we can start to have more clarity around the negative patterns that keep us feeling stuck. This mindful exploration can help create a greater sense of freedom and flexibility in our lives.

As an experienced yoga teacher and practitioner, I offer a gentle and supportive experience to enhance authentic curiosity and guide you to discover your own truth. Curiosity in our experience is a powerful antidote to fear. It helps us create a friendlier relationship with the present moment while discovering fundamental answers.

I believe that stress blocks us from feeling whole and connected to the infinite amount of love that is at our core. Including the physical body in our therapeutic work can help us return to our natural peaceful resting place.

 “The core of your true self is never lost. Let go of all the pretending and the becoming you’ve done just to belong. Curl up with your rawness and come home. You don’t have to find yourself; you just have to let yourself in.” -d. Antoinette foy

 service options:
  • Yoga practices (postures, breathing practices, and meditation) may be incorporated into individual therapy sessions
  • Private yoga sessions focused on increasing body awareness and mindfulness to support additional therapeutic work (Offering both 1 hour and 1.5 hour sessions)

Please inquire about rates.

 

Helpful links for learning more about the benefits of yoga on mental health: