Yoga Therapy

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Is something holding you back from fully enjoying your life? Are you overwhelmed with stress or anxiety? Has your life been impacted by a traumatic event or a challenging upbringing? Are you ready to engage in a process of change and growth?

If your answer is “yes” to any of these questions, I’d love to work with you! 

Chronic stress, anxiety, traumatic experiences, and challenging upbringings can derail the nervous system, leaving us feeling tense, on guard, spinning in a pattern of negative or fearful thoughts, avoiding certain aspects of our lives, and feeling uncomfortable in or disconnected from our bodies. These experiences can impact our work, our families, our relationships, and our joy. 

Here’s how Yoga Therapy can support you in feeling calmer, clearer, and more connected to your vitality and wholeness.

Yoga Therapy focuses on the client’s present moment experience of body, mind, and emotions, with the use of mindfulness, gentle somatic work, client-centred dialogue, and the collaborative cultivation of a safe and trusting therapeutic relationship. By reorienting the client’s awareness to the present moment through their breath and body, the nervous system can be brought back into balance, and unresolved trauma and emotions can be processed and cleared. Changing patterns and creating new, positive neural pathways takes repetition, so clients go home after each session with a practice to support them in meeting their personal goals, such as simple and effective self-regulation exercises to manage stress and anxiety and to increase mindfulness in their daily lives.  

Wondering if yoga therapy is right for you?

Book a FREE 30 minute in-person consultation. 

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“Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy is an holistic healing art. It invites presence and awareness, rather than prescribe treatments. Using age-old yogic approaches to deeper presence and awareness, we are able to know ourselves more fully. Out of this knowing, we are more easily moved to embrace the opportunity for change, growth and enhanced well being in body, feelings, thought, and spirit.”

~Michael Lee, Founder of Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy

 


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