Yoga Therapy for Women

Yoga Therapy Sessions


Individualized one on one sessions 

like psychotherapy or physical therapy, deeply relies on a therapeutic relationship. This involves deep listening and tailoring the practice to the subtleties of what comes up. 

 These sessions address the underlying root causes of your pain and suffering, which are often subtle and deep. You can expect:

  • A thorough intake inquiring into your medical history, along with your physical, mental, energetic, and spiritual needs.
  • An analysis of your breath, posture, gait, and various yoga poses.
  • Physical poses chosen and adapted for your needs.
  • Breathing, meditation, and relaxation practice.
  • Homework (yoga is like magic, but in order for the magic to work, you have to practice!)

Yoga therapy is not confined to the psychological or physical. Instead, it uses traditional yogic models to look at the whole person. This may mean looking at the koshas, or layers of self, which include the physical, energetic, emotional, wisdom, and spiritual parts of our being. Energy (called “prana” in yoga) is often also assessed in terms of chakras (areas of increased energy in the body) or vayus (the direction and quality of the flow of energy).  The sessions are 60 minutes in length.  



Gatherings and circles are powerful in so many ways!   When women gather magic happens! We begin by setting an intention for our lives and calling in the divine feminine, our intuition and  the ancestors assistance  and the sacred directions to move with us in releasing our bodies, minds and spirits to become fully centers in our beings. We end with sacred flower ceremony to set those intentions in motion. 

About Yoga Therapy


Yoga itself is a 5000 year old practice of personal development. Yoga encompasses physical, mental, emotional and spiritual aspects of us.  It helps to heal anxiety, depression.

What is Yoga Therapy?

Yoga Therapy is a type of therapy that uses yoga postures, breathing exercises, meditation, and guided imagery to improve mental and physical health. Modern yoga therapy covers a broad range of therapeutic modalities, incorporating elements from both physical therapy and psychotherapy.

The main difference between yoga and yoga therapy is that a yoga therapist applies the techniques of yoga with knowledge about a specific problem, experience, and intuition to help alleviate that problem (whether it's physical, mental, and/or spiritual).

Mystical Yoga Therapy is taking those things to the next level by incorporating energy healing with yoga therapy into a  beautiful deeply nurturing practice.  We open the  Nawi's (the energetic organs or chakras) ) and call in assistance , mother earth, father sun, the stars. the goddesses of the mountains and the universe. We connect with our inner, most authentic selves for discovery, healing and transformation.