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Head & Heart Yoga for Mental Health is a holistic mind-body approach to mental health designed to balance mind and body and to calm all levels of being (body, energy/breath, emotions, thoughts, and spirit). Unlike the asana (posture)-based yoga class one would get at a regular yoga studio, Head & Heart Yoga uses a variety of mind-body practices to address and transcend the physical and emotional impact of anxiety, depression, stress, chronic illness, and to focus on the parts of your body where you are strong in order to reconnect to one’s energy, passion, and purpose. Offered in a group class setting, sessions are customized to meet clients’ individual needs for growth and healing. Head & Heart Yoga for Mental Health at Well-Being Center is offered by mental health therapists who are also certified yoga instructors. These services can be offered in conjunction with psychotherapy for managing anxiety, depression, or other medical and mental health issues. Classes are offered in 30 ($20), 45 ($25), or 60 ($30) minute sessions. Please note that insurance does not cover most therapeutic yoga sessions.
Well-Being Center offers Therapeutic Yoga, in addition to the Head & Heart format, for individuals, couples, families, and small groups (think employee or associate workshop). Therapeutic Yoga for individuals, couples, and families is offered for $90 per 45 minute session. For small group classes, please reach out using the "Find Out More" button to inquire about pricing. Participants are encouraged collaborate with our instructors in creating a program that would best meet their needs and goals for growth and healing.
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The flow class is a yoga session taught in vinyasa tradition. Vinyasa means "to place in a special way," and flow classes will focus on mindful engagement in poses and mindful transition between the yoga poses (also known as asana). Each class will begin with breathing and meditation/mantra, and will end with savasna (resting pose) with a variety of options (sitting, lying down, etc.) These classes will be offered in 30, 45 and 60 minute sessions (as indicated on the class schedule)
The restorative class is a yoga session that will focus on mindful engagement in static poses with a slow and gentle approach. This class will be beneficial for practitioners who would like to practice and experience the benefits of yoga in a less active practice. Each class will begin with breathing and meditation/mantra, and will end with savasna (resting pose) with a variety of options (sitting, lying down, etc.) These classes will be offered in 30, 45 and 60 minute sessions (as indicated on the class schedule)
"I am thrilled to teach yoga in a space that will place a special emphasis on the support of mental health through yoga."
"My teaching style is very simple. I try to be genuine and authentic in my approach, and teach yoga as a self-paced medium for reconnecting with the body in a way that is loving and kind."
"Yoga has helped me create space for resiliency, healing, and connection back into my body, even when that was a difficult place to be."