Best Practices w/Covid-19: For any in-person session, specific measures will be in place, such as pre-registration, mask to mat policy etc… Details will be emailed to student prior to attending.
Yoga Therapy; Functional Therapeutic Yoga
Amy has been offering therapeutic yoga sessions for over 35 years and holds a Yoga Therapy Certification with the International Association of Yoga Therapists. Through Yoga Therapy Amy meets each student where they are. Yoga Therapy is an individualized approach to relieving pain, enhancing the balance between flexibility and strength as well as developing the ability to be relaxed and connected to what is present in the body/mind/heart continuum. Working at your own personal pace, and based on your current state of wellness, Amy will design an integrated program of yoga postures, meditation and breathing techniques specific to your highest needs and goals.
Functional Therapeutic Yoga postures take the body safely through a balanced range of motion in the muscles and joints, along with improving strength, resilience, coordination, and optimal body alignment. Restorative Yoga, Pranayama and Meditation techniques are often applied in a therapeutic approach to managing physical or mental stress and improving one’s overall health and well-being.
Yoga Therapy can compliment other bodywork, therapy, orthopedic or holistic health care.
Yoga Therapy is useful for:
- Any Stress Related Issue!
- Body Balance & Core Awareness
- Back Care
- Psoas Health
- Breathing Difficulties
- Immune Function
- Hormone Balance
- Energy Balance
Cost: $80 per one hour session or $200 for 3 sessions used in a six week period
Online payment: Use PayPal address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please include the additional 2.9% PayPal service charge to cover the cost of online processing.
Or make check payable to “the Shasta Yoga Institute”.
To inquire email Amy: email@example.com.
Each and every time that I work with Amy, I renew my mind, body, and spirit…. But it is her creativity in exploring ways to work, to approach the work and to perceive the work for me and my ‘limitations’ that has greatly contributed to the depth of what I have learned from her and what she leads me to learn for myself.” –Deborah Bernard, Therapeutics student