What is Yoga Therapy? Integrative Yoga Therapy defines health as a balanced integration of all levels of being: physical, energetic, psycho emotional, intuitive and spiritual. Yoga therapy is the application of the ancient science of yoga with a special focus on facilitation health and wellness at all levels of being. A vehicle for bringing a new vision of wellness into today's modern day and stressful life.


The physical body is just one aspect of the person. Yoga & Yoga therapy view disease as an imbalance at any of the levels of being; physical, emotional, energetic or spiritual. From this framework, all are equally important because they are interconnected. Yoga therapy uses tools to address specific needs at all levels of being.
The Integral Yoga class works with inner awareness and the breath, fostering an individual experience and focus on your needs with gentle hand on instruction. This takes each student to his or her own limits, yielding maximum benefit and preventing injury. Thus, Integral Yoga can be practiced by anyone of any age or condition. Yoga Therapy (IYT) brings together all of the most powerful Yoga tools combining Asana, Pranayama, Mudra, Yoga Nidra, Mantra, and meditation where they can be integrated and utilized for therapeutic classes or Individualized Yoga sessions.

Other Yoga classes available:

  • Hatha Yoga
  • Vinyasa Flow
  • Ashtanga Yoga
  • Pranayamas & meditation
  • Yoga Nidra
  • Guided meditation and visualization
  • Mat Pilates
  • Yogalates*
  • Yoga and Mom*
  • Yoga Kids*

*Yoga and Pilates a form of physical therapy customized to your needs, Great for all over work out ,insomnia,anxiety,stress overall fitness and special needs

*Yoga and Mum- Yoga for pregnant women

*Yoga For kids and adolescents great for creating focus,clarity and concentration auxiliates with the preparation for exams and against anxiety disorder and depression

Private one on one session $65

Package of 3 privates $180

Package of 10 Privates $500

Local drop in classes are also held at many of our locations you may check the schedules or contact our office for more information at

  • Yama [moral codes]
  • Niyama [self-purification and study]
  • Asana [posture]
  • Pranayama [breath control]
  • Pratyahara [sense control]
  • Dharana [concentration]
  • Dhyana [meditation]
  • Samadhi [contemplation]