Yoga class versus a yoga therapy session…

In a yoga class
 the yoga teacher puts together a yoga routine and gives cues and modifications to poses throughout the class. The teacher will help students as much as possible with alignment during the class but many times it is up to the student to know how to use props in order to modify a pose.

In a yoga therapy session, Clients are seeking help with or relief from some symptom or health condition that is troubling them. Therapists look for ways to help their clients reduce or manage their symptoms, improve their function, and help them with their attitude in relation to their health conditions. After assessing clients, therapists establish appropriate goals, develop a practice intervention, and then teach clients to practice that intervention. Yoga therapists choose yoga techniques in relation to how they will specifically benefit individual clients including poses, breathwork, meditation, mudra and ayurvedic techniques.

A yoga therapy program with Beth will begin with an intake, postural assessment and health history. From this information she will develop an initial yoga therapy session and then we work together as partners to facilitate wellness. As we work together you will gain strength, flexibility, and body awareness. You will also feel relief from pain or chronic tension, learning various yoga breathing techniques to help you reduce and manage stress, increase energy or just feel more balanced and alert.

Benefits of Yoga therapy:

  • Releases built up stress
  • Relieves physical pain
  • Promotes behavior changes
  • Regulates nervous system
  • Reduces sensory arousal
  • Promotes emotional regulation

Cost per session $85.00
Package of five discounted to $80 per session
Initial visit will be 90 min for assessment
Following sessions 60 minutes.

Beth Major:  IAYT – certified Yoga Therapist, E-RYT-200, RYT-500, YACEP, Certified Prajna Yoga SATYA teacher.

Beth considers it a joy and honor to teach yoga. She is fascinated by the connection of the body, mind, heart and spirit and meeting all through the healing modalities of yoga and meditation.  We all have an innate healing potential; Beth loves facilitating her student’s ability to recognize and foster that potential.

Beth is a certified yoga therapist. Beth also earned a 500-hour certification studying with Scott Anderson of Alignment Yoga. She is certified in Yoga for Scoliosis from Elise Browning Miller and Yoga for Healthy Aging from Baxter Bell as well as a certified Prajna Yoga SATYA Somatics teacher and she is currently studying to be a Mindful Meditation Teacher with Tara Brach and Jack Kornfield.