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Therapy for Yogis
and Yoga for Therapy

Discover Balance, Strength, and Flexibility
On and Off the Mat

As someone who has practiced yoga for many years (since 2006), there is no denying the mental, physical and spiritual benefits of yoga. These benefits were so impactful and compelling to me that I pursued my yoga teacher training in 2013 under the tutelage of Wendy Klein at Nandi Yoga in San Mateo, CA. I knew for a long time that as a culture, we were on the frontier of integrating yoga and psychology and that bridging these two worlds would maximize the healing potential in therapy clients and yoga students alike. 

I offer private and group yoga instruction with a mental health and spiritual perspective with the intention of helping yoga students tap into their own innate wisdom of their beingness as an integrated field of consciousness. My classes are empowering and geared toward deepening awareness and connection to themselves and creating satsang (community). 

Ongoing yoga groups are TBD.

For already existing yogis seeking therapy, I incorporate yoga into my therapy practice by inviting you to share experiences, difficulties, and insights from your yoga practice in our sessions and we explore ways to use your practice to heal emotional wounds. I may also assign "yoga homework" for you to take back to your mat to deepen your experience of your practice and deepen your healing. 



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P.O. Box 652 Holly Springs, NC 27540

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