A Yoga Therapy Class for all levels to try in the comfort of your own home.

Thank you for listening to my conversation with Dr. Wendy Myers.

You may be here because… 

  • you’re tired of the constant physical pain robbing you of your everyday happiness.
  • you’re recovering from an illness, injury, or surgery.
  • your lack of motivation prevents you from completing things, start to finish.
  • your insecurities make others take advantage of you, leaving you feeling alone & resented.
  • your body reflects the impact of daily stress, resulting in physical and mental soreness.

You want to feel…

  • freedom in your body as you navigate everyday life.
  • relief that you have chosen a healing approach that is effective and safe.
  • excitement to complete your passion projects.
  • confidence in your ability to set healthy boundaries with others.
  • peace and joy in your mind and body.
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Yoga Therapy brings you the freedom you seek by addressing your problems, both physical and/or emotional. 

Embark on your journey with yoga therapist, Doris, who will help alleviate your pain and transform your well-being.

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More Benefits and FAQs

What is Yoga Therapy?

Yoga therapy is a healing practice. Although all yoga is potentially therapeutic and healing, Yoga Therapy is the specific application of yogic tools—postures/ exercises, breath work, meditation techniques and more—to address an individual’s physical, mental and emotional needs.  Yoga Therapy can help people who can’t move at all, as well as active individuals.

Professional Yoga Therapists have in-depth training to assess and keep their clients safe. They work with you to address your specific goals while considering any limitations you might be experiencing.

The practices your yoga therapist teaches often include:

  • Movement ranging from gentle to vigorous
  • Breathing techniques
  • Meditation or visualization practices
  • Physical postures that address specific areas of discomfort or musculoskeletal imbalances
What Conditions Can Yoga Therapy Help?

Pain, including back pain from spinal cord injuries, arthritis, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome

Neurological injuries, and complications of stroke, seizures, headache / migraines, multiple sclerosis (MS), Parkinson’s disease, and traumatic brain injury (TBI), Alzheimer’s disease, Lou Gehrig’s disease

Mental health, including concerns like anxiety, depression, trauma and PTSD, sleep disorder / insomnia

Major illnesses, like diabetes, cancer, and heart disease

Healthy aging, including osteoporosis and fall prevention, posture/gate alignment, stress reduction, weight-loss, hormone-balance

How Does Yoga Therapy Work?

Yoga has been practiced for millennia. Now we are beginning to understand these mechanisms from a Western scientific perspective. A tool applied in one area—say, a breathing practice–can profoundly affect a completely different area of your body or the mind. For example, a yoga therapist might teach a client a particular type of breath work to help them address their chronic asthma; if the client practices that breathing exercise regularly, they might find that their long-time anxiety has eased, too, or perhaps their habitual neck tension has disappeared.

Researchers think this works partly because of yoga’s ability to regulate the nervous system and possibly to affect the way the brain processes information. Another reason yoga therapy works so well is that it’s not a treatment done to a patient—yoga therapists instead empower their clients to tap into their own healing capabilities. Yoga Therapy clients essentially heal themselves by learning tools that can be used throughout a lifetime.