Yoga Therapy


Do you feel stuck? Are you overwhelmed by toxic stress or anxiety? Has your life been impacted by a traumatic event or childhood abuse? Are you ready to engage in a process of change and growth?

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

Chronic or toxic stress, trauma, and challenging upbringings can derail the nervous system, leaving us feeling tense, anxious, spinning in negative thought patterns, or feeling disconnected from our bodies. These experiences can impact our work, our families, our relationships, and our sense of aliveness. 

Here’s how Yoga Therapy can support you! 

As a Yoga Therapist, I help people experience how their own bodies are a resource for healing and well-being.  Using embodied mindfulness and self-regulation skills, I help people feel present, calm and safe in their bodies.

Yoga Therapy is a mindfulness-based approach that focuses on your present moment experience of breath, body, mind, and emotions. We start with the collaborative cultivation of a safe and trusting therapeutic relationship and use embodied awareness, movement, breath, and empathetic dialogue to explore what’s happening for you and to help you feel a greater sense of self-agency. Our focus is to process what’s unresolved and to bring your nervous system back into balance, so you can feel grounded, clear, and connected to your vitality and wholeness. Each session ends with take-home practices to support you in meeting your personal goals, such as simple and effective body-based self-regulation exercises to manage stress and anxiety and to bring more mindfulness into your daily life. 

*As a yoga therapist, I do not treat, assess, diagnose, prescribe, or attempt to cure any medical or mental health conditions. Click here to read the International Association of Yoga Therapists Code of Ethics or visit

Wondering if yoga therapy is right for you?

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“Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy is a 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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