Private yoga allows you have a better awareness of your body, mind and overall health. My goal is to tailor the one-on-one practice to enhance and balance the needs and goals of each individual.

I offer yoga instruction and yoga therapy programs. Unsure of the difference?

Yoga instruction offers a variety of techniques to learn and explore this ancient practice. Most people start out seeking a physical practice. Some start seeking meditation. Over time, you may be interested in breathing exercises or anatomical education. Regardless of where you start, you will discover that yoga has much to offer.

Yoga therapy is more specific. Yoga therapy is about you and your issues or conditions. Yoga therapy is the professional application of the principles and practices of yoga to promote health and well-being within a therapeutic relationship that includes personalized assessment, goal setting, lifestyle management, and yoga practices for individuals or small groups. As a yoga therapist, my goal is to investigate your symptoms and offer personalized solutions for supporting and/or mitigating them. Yoga Therapy serves as complimentary medicine to your current treatment plan.

Learn more here: What is Yoga Therapy?

After completing a client intake at your initial session and learning about your goals, I apply objective and subjective assessments and then create an initial yoga plan. I will teach you the tools and techniques you need to support your practice, as well as explain benefits, effects and any contraindications of my methods. As we continue to work together, I observe and track your progress, educating you throughout the process, so you have a better understanding of your body.

Your practice will be accessible and practical, and it will be customized to any health conditions or limitations you may have. My goal is for you to feel safe, comfortable and confident in your body and in your life.

Private yoga is perfect for you if you are seeking:

  • Physical or mental stress management
  • Therapeutic and healing modalities for injury, pain and other issues
  • An adjunct to physical therapy prehab/rehab
  • Improvement of body strength, mobility and flexibility
  • Mental clarity and revitalization
  • Better sleep, and/or
  • Overall balanced well-being

Unsure what approach will be best for you? Contact me for a free consultation.

Some people prefer in-person guidance, and some people prefer and feel more comfortable in their mind and body at home. (Or, schedules can be so busy that it’s challenging to squeeze one more thing into the day.) Therefore, I offer both in-person and virtual yoga instruction and yoga therapy. Virtual sessions can be set up by Skype or Zoom.