Frequently Asked Questions
what style of yoga do you teach?
I use a therapeutic, person-centered behavioral health model incorporating theory and practices of yoga and yoga's sister science, Ayurveda. My specific training draws from the knowledge bases of physical therapy, interpersonal neurobiology, perinatal health, and trauma sensitive care.
what are the goals of yoga therapy?
- eliminate, manage or reduce symptoms that cause suffering
- improve function
- help to prevent the occurrence or recurrence of underlying causes of illness
- move toward improved health and well being
- help to change your relationship to and identification with your condition
WhY Take A Private Lesson?
One teacher, one student is the traditional method of learning yoga. Individualized instruction ensures you get the information you need in a safe, non-intimidating environment.
what are your services for pregnancy and motherhood?
Yoga therapy nurtures the female body before, during, and after labor for a healthy, strong motherhood. Perinatal classes help address posture challenges during pregnancy and afterward, help heal diastasis recti, and pelvic floor dysfunction.
i've taken a 200-hr teacher training, what's next?
Yoga teachers need resources, referrals, and support at any stage in their career. I provide Teacher Training, Mentorship, and Continuing Education for Registered Yoga Teachers.
I don't live in Portland, can we still work together?
Yes! We can meet anywhere via video-conference or phone. Requirements: a webcam or computer with a built-in camera, a reliable, speedy connection; Skype, FaceTime, or Google Hangout.