Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy is a mind-body practice that helps release stress and tension in your body while calming your mind in a private session. As a certified practitioner, I will guide on a meditative journey to help you clarify your goals and make lasting life changes. Gentle hands-on stretching will help you get out of your head and into your body while relaxing overtaxed muscles. The best part? You don’t need to be flexible or have any fitness experience to receive lasting benefits from even just one session.
So what isn’t it? It is not a regular yoga class where you will be taught yoga postures. I like to say that you learn how to “be” yoga rather than “do” yoga! You will get to lay on a fluffy mat while I gently move and stretch you into positions based on your own goals and body. We begin where you are. This is about creating lasting change in your body-mind, not turning you into a pretzel (although you may discover your body and mind are more flexible than you imagined).
Who is it for? If you experience stress, anxiety, depression or grief, or perhaps you would like more focus and clarity around your personal goals, this may be just what you need to become unstuck. Perhaps you are considering taking a yoga class for the first time, but would like some background before entering a group class. Or maybe you are a yoga practitioner already, and experience emotion welling up during your practice. Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy can help you explore deeply held emotions, and integrate what is happening in your body with your life.
On this site you can learn more about my qualifications, and even watch a video about Phoenix Rising from another skilled practitioner. Look around – there are plenty of retreats and events that will help you create the life you want and deserve!
Would you like to preview the Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy experience?
Join me for a workshop on Thursday, December 2nd at 5:30. You may choose your time when you register. The cost is only $10, and you will receive a voucher for $20 off your first session just for showing up!
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