Do you want to experience greater ease, deeper relaxation, stronger connection, or more grounding in your life and your body?
Are you looking for an approach that works with the mind, body, and spirit in an integrated way?
Do you enjoy yoga classes and often feel better afterwards, but want a more individualized and personally tailored approach with more time for you to talk about and process what's coming up for you?
Do you want to feel more in the moment, and less bothered by ruminations on the past or worries about the future?
Do you want to feel more comfortable in, and in touch with, your body, your sensations, and your emotions?
Do you long for space for self-reflection and personal growth with a compassionate, non-judgmental, supportive partner in your journey?
Then yoga therapy is for you!
About Integrated Movement Therapy (IMT)
While my practice of yoga therapy has evolved in the time I've been practicing, and now often incorporates elements of other modalities and practices I have training in, especially Somatic Experiencing, Reiki, Theatre of the Oppressed, iRest Yoga Nidra, yin, and Body-Mind Centering, the type of yoga therapy I was initially trained in is called Integrated Movement Therapy. It was developed by Molly Lannon Kenny at The Samarya Center in Seattle, WA. It has been used with folks experiencing a wide variety of life challenges, from anxiety and depression, to body image issues, to autism spectrum disorders and developmental disabilities, to traumatic brain injury and stroke recovery, to folks who aren't experiencing a specific challenge or diagnosis and who simply want to bring more embodiment, ease, and relaxation into their lives. It is a modality rooted in partnership, yoga philosophy, and a compassionate and holistic perspective on people.