Ayurveda Health Counseling

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What is Ayurveda? 

Ayurveda is a holistic healing science that originated in India more than 5,000 years ago. In Sanskrit, the term “Ayurveda” means “The Science of Life” and the principles of this science demonstrate that all of life is deeply connected and wellness should be approached by looking at the whole. This all-encompassing viewpoint is the basis of Ayurveda Health Coaching. Through deep questioning and self-exploration exercises, clients are guided to learn about their unique constitutions and will receive individualized recommendations to bring them back to balance.

How Might This Benefit Me?

​Participating in Ayurvedic Health Counseling has given others improvements in:   

  • Preventative healthcare strategies

  • Women's Health

  • General Wellness

  • Stress Reduction

  • Seasonal Allergies Reduction

  • Corporate-life Balancing and Wellness

What to Expect:

  • Learn strategies to bring oneself back into and stay in balance

  • Continually deepen self knowledge and awareness

  • Build a self-care practice that will promote health and vitality throughout life

Cost:

$165 for Initial Consultation (Includes Follow-Up Recommendation Meeting)

$70 for Follow-up Visits (30-45 minutes) 

Specialized Yoga Programs

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What is Specialized Yoga?

Specialized yoga programs consist of one-on-one sessions that are geared toward a specific focus or challenge. They usually contain a combination of therapeutically-based yoga movements, breath-work, meditation and lifestyle suggestions that are designed to target your specific needs.

 

People use Specialized Yoga Programs to assist them in addressing musculoskeletal and psychological state challenges such as:

  • Anxiety

  • Stress Management

  • Depression

  • Posture Imbalances

  • Joint Instability

  • Arthritis

  • Menstrual/PMS challenges

  • Menopausal challenges

  • Plantar Fasciiitis

  • Piriformis Syndrome

  • Back Pain

  • Impaired Balance

  • and more

How Might This Benefit Me?

Those who have participated in Specialized Yoga have experienced the following:

  • A deeper understanding of and connection to their body

  • Received support with reducing or managing symptoms of a challenge

  • Experienced improved balance and mobility

  • Movement toward improved overall health and well-being
     

What to Expect

Because specialized yoga programs are designed for the specific individual, your journey will begin with a discovery session over Zoom that seeks to gather a general understanding of your current lifestyle. This includes things like how you spend the bulk of your time, what you do to tend to your physical and emotional well-being, a basic health history, and more.

 

If you are seeking a program that addresses a physical concern or issue, the initial session will include postural and movement assessments and muscle tests to better understand your unique structure and movement patterns and how to use yoga to address imbalances and dysfunction.

In the case you are using our time to assist in the emotional realm (anxiety, depression, stress, chronic pain, grief, etc), our discovery session will explore support tools, self-care, and employ various practices and techniques of yoga to aide in a greater sense of well-being. Successive sessions build on the plan we co-create in our first session to ensure your specialized yoga program is the right fit for you.   

Cost

Learning about your body's specific needs takes time and possibly a little trial and error. Because of this, Specialized Yoga Programs require a 6 or 10 session commitment. 

  • 6 60-Minute Sessions for $480

  • 10 60-Minute Sessions for $775

If you have any questions about Specialized Yoga Programs and if one might be a fit for you, please don't hesitate to schedule a free 15 minute informational session. 

Public Classes

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What to Expect:

I love teaching group classes and try to make each one a unique and special experience. Using a mix of creative flows, "moon talks", plus yoga, Ayurveda, and breath-work education, there is always something new to experience. I teach a number of styles including Vinyasa Flow, Power, Slow Flow, Deep Stretch, and Restorative. Join me for a group class this week! 

New to Yoga?

I usually recommend those just starting out with yoga to either schedule a few private sessions or attend one of the slower-paced group classes (look for class titles like "Slow-Flow", "Deep Stretch", "Restorative", "Gentle", or even beginner classes if they are offered). Try to get to the studio 15 minutes before the class starts to sign any paperwork and get yourself oriented to the space (where the bathrooms are, where you put your belongings, etc.) If possible, introduce yourself to the instructor (we want to meet you and do try out best to talk to everyone, but we are human and can get distracted!) And try to go in with a sense of humor - it can seem intimidating, but I promise it is just yoga. We all started somewhere and are all on different paths! I like to look at yoga as an adventure and exploration. :)