Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy


"The issues are in the Tissues" -- the latest research is showing that emotional and spiritual brokenness has a body component to it.  Your body is a huge part of you, thus it needs to be part of the healing equation. 

As human beings, we are multi-faceted, comprised of physical, energetic, emotional, mental and spiritual layers. Phoenix Rising method combines aspects of yoga philosophy, Buddhist mindfulness, psychology and neuroscience to facilitate healing within those layers of yourself. Sometimes in the healing process, we get stuck and aren't moving forward in our lives. 


Bringing awareness into our bodies can help gain insight and give you different tools to get un-stuck. During sessions I'm leading you through movement, breath, meditation, mindfulness paired with dialogue in order to strengthen your mind, body, spirit connection, discover your own wisdom and truth and have the support to put wisdom and truth into action.


Sessions can be online or in-person***

I use the zoom platform for online sessions. You can have a session in the privacy of your own home. All you need is a quiet space, a computer or smart phone and a mat. 

In-person sessions are held in my studio office. I have mats, props, and a yoga wall to support your body in movement and in poses and stillness. Sessions can include touch or no touch based on your preference. 


Zoom link will be emailed to you 1 day before your appointment.


Phoenix Rising Yoga therapy Session 

$75 per hour.

New Client Special: Schedule 3 sessions, for the price of 2.


Scheduling multiple sessions is recommended. It takes time to establish trust with your body and to see changes.


Receive a 10% discount for buying multiple (on-going) sessions.


If you'd like to buy multiple sessions, we can discuss how many and how often at your first appointment.

Because Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy is holistic, involving the body, mind and spirit, it is good for people experiencing:

  • Depression or anxiety.

  • Chronic pain, stress and/or autoimmune disorders.

  • "Stuck-ness" related to trauma and/or past experiences.