What to expect in an Integrated Therapy Session . . .
An Integrated Therapy Session begins with a check-in, answering questions, and a discussion of the application of these practices in your life. We then start with breath awareness, using Dirgha or 3-part breath and alternate nostril breathing. Next, is a sequence of gentle movements that are coordinated with your breath, drawing your focus inward while also stretching and warming your body. Each session ends with a restorative yoga posture and guided meditation for deep relaxation.
For your body . . .
Release chronic tension
De-stress and refresh
For your mind . . .
Calm restless thoughts
Support mental clarity and confidence
For your spirit . . .
Honor inner wisdom
Invite deep peace
Integrated Therapy (meditation & yoga)
Someone once asked the Buddha, "You have meditated for many years. What have you gained?" "Nothing!" the Buddha replied, "but I can tell you what I have lost: anger, anxiety, depression, insecurity, fear of old age and death."
Kripalu Gentle & Restorative Yoga
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"It's [meditation] worth doing and set aside any pre-conceived ideas about what it is or what isn't and just give it a try...everyone could benefit from what is taught here."
"...It's not what you expect it to be, it's effective and helpful. [I] would encourage others to join!"
"It is an easy and comfortable way to get your feet wet with meditation."
"I'm not a yogi, yet restorative yoga is truly relaxing and geniunely makes the aches and pains feel better."
"[Restorative] yoga is really relaxing and makes my anxiety go away."