Mind-Body Yoga Therapy is a comprehensive approach to holistic healing, integrating ancient yogic principles with contemporary therapeutic methods. By combining these age-old practices with modern techniques, we aim to deepen awareness and foster a heightened sense of presence, empowering individuals to embrace self-acceptance more fully. This enhanced self-awareness becomes a catalyst for change, growth, and overall well-being in the realms of body, mind, emotions, and spirit.

In a Mind-Body Yoga Therapy one-on-one session, practitioners guide clients through a transformative experience. This session involves assisted yoga postures and a client-centered, open-ended, and non-directive dialogue process. The focus is on facilitating the client’s exploration of their present moment, fostering a connection with their physical, emotional, intellectual, and spiritual aspects. Whatever unfolds in this present moment becomes enriched by its relationship to the broader context of the client’s daily life— encompassing work, play, family, and relationships.

Although a series of sessions is often beneficial, profound transformation can also occur within a single session. Similarly, our themed Mind-Body Therapeutic Yoga Classes or 8-Week Group Series deliver impactful results. Our overarching mission is to guide individuals towards a life worth living—a purpose-driven and meaningful existence marked by reduced stress and anxiety, and enriched by fulfilling work and relationships.

  • Yoga-Based: Mind-Body Yoga Therapy utilizes yoga postures, breathwork, meditation, and mindful awareness as tools for self-inquiry and healing. These yoga practices are adapted to suit the individual’s needs and abilities.
  • Psychological Perspective: It incorporates elements of psychology, including client-centered dialogue and active listening. The therapist guides the client through a verbal exploration of their thoughts, emotions, and experiences while engaged in yoga postures and stretches.
  • Mind-Body Connection: The practice emphasizes the connection between the mind and body. It encourages clients to become aware of physical sensations, emotions, and thoughts that arise during yoga postures and how they are interconnected.
  • Self-Exploration: Mind-Body Yoga Therapy focuses on self-inquiry and self-discovery. Clients are encouraged to explore their inner experiences and gain insights into their mental and emotional states, leading to personal growth and healing.
  • Empowerment: This therapy aims to empower individuals to participate in their healing journey actively. It fosters self-awareness, self-acceptance, and personal responsibility for one’s well-being.
  • Holistic Approach: Mind-Body Yoga Therapy takes a holistic approach to wellness, recognizing that physical, mental, and emotional health are interconnected. It addresses the whole person, not just isolated symptoms or issues.
  • Individualized: Sessions are tailored to the specific needs and goals of the client. Each session is a unique experience based on the client’s current state and intentions.

Mind-Body Yoga Therapy provides a safe and supportive environment for individuals to explore their inner world, release emotional and physical tension, and cultivate a deeper understanding of themselves. It can complement traditional therapeutic approaches and is often used to support individuals dealing with stress, anxiety, trauma, and various physical and mental health challenges