What is Mind Body Integration™?

Mind Body Integration™ Yoga Therapy incorporates some or all of the tools of yoga—for example, breathing, postures, meditation—to promote physical, mental and spiritual wellness. Unlike a general yoga class, yoga therapy is done in a private setting and based on a personalized intake session. Combining the benefits of talk therapy with movement, yoga therapy at Mind Body Integration is an ideal way to address the symptoms of a range of mental health conditions from depression and anxiety to insomnia, dementia and bereavement. It can also be very effective for couples coping with chronic illness and caregiver burnout. Anyone can do yoga therapy. You do not have to be flexible and can have mobility issues. The only requirement to do yoga therapy is that you’re breathing.

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90 Minute Yoga Therapy Intake

Our first session together will involve a visit to gather history, complete a multi-faceted assessment to address main concerns and to inform the creation of your own personal yoga therapy plan.

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60 Minute Yoga Therapy Follow-Up

In our follow-up sessions, we will gauge progress, realign goals, and reassess for deeper, yet often unknown or unexpressed needs.  

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What is Mind Body Integration™?

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