A TYPICAL SESSION
During the first visit there is an initial intake to inquire about your health history, current treatments and medications, current physical, mental and emotional condition, and your health and what you hope to achieve with our sessions together.
I take you through some movements and postures and observe where there is excessive and/or lack of mobility, what looks obviously asymmetrical, the movement of the spine, and any muscular imbalances and connection between breath, movement and pain.
At the end of a session you'll receive a daily practice of the exercises, either written and/or audio file.
The home practice usually includes postures, breathing/ relaxation/meditation techniques.
FEES (TAXES IN)
Initial visit $120 - 90 minutes
Single visit $ 90 - 60 minutes
5 Single Classes $425 (3months to complete
Low Back Program $495 plus materials
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Follow-Up Sessions: At the end of the first session we develop a short and long term strategy for improvement. We also establish a time for a second visit to review what is working for you and what needs to be modified.
In most cases recovery takes time and commitment to a regular home practice which changes as you improve. The number of sessions required depends on your condition and goals.
Throughout this process, you are strongly encouraged to check in with me with any questions, concerns or personal feedback.
Please note that I teach Yoga as a complementary system of health, not an alternative one. It supports and works in conjunction with your normal medical treatments, and I ask that you continue your personal health routine as suggested by your doctor or medical professional.
HOW IT CAN HELP
Reduces inflammation and loosens up chronic painful contractions.
Pain management and reduction
Stretch and strengthen without worsening any existing pain or condition.
Become more mindful and increase understanding of your self.
Decrease anxiety and uplift you.
Alleviate or recover from aches and pains.
Can help you become more aware of activities and movement patterns that created the issue in the first place, and helps to re-educate your body so that it moves more efficiently.
Calms the nervous system and quiets the mind.
Recover from sciatic pain and referral pain in the upper body.
Establish healthy posture and body mechanics.
How to lift safely; proper spinal hygiene.
Strengthen your body overall.
Restore structural symmetry and promotes circulation to the injured area. This applies to scoliosis as well as other compensatory patterns.
And much more