Private Yoga Therapy

Yoga therapy is the process of empowering individuals to progress toward improved health and well-being through the application of the teachings and practices of Yoga.

— IAYT (International Association of Yoga Therapists) 

You can learn more about yoga therapy here and here. Sessions are virtual. in-person sessions can be arranged if you are in dallas, tx

You will receive the support to:

Explore your health holistically through the lens of yoga: mind, breath, body and spirit 

Receive a tailored yoga practice that can include: yoga asanas, breathing practices, meditations, mudras, and other homework assignments based on your needs

Improve posture and breathing

Discover your Ayurvedic constitution and experiment with self-care practices to bring balance

Practice Resilience-building mind-body skills

Create a mindfulness practice 

Discover what is nourishing or depleting your life force energy, and choose yoga practices to restore it

“Dayna worked with me 1:1 and titrated my yoga therapy plan specific to my weak knee. Let me say I have worked in Health care for over 40 years and was a non-believer. Her keen observational skills identified asymmetry on my right and left side. I am happy to say I have made much progress on balance, strength, and pain reduction of which I did not anticipate. She is an amazing healer and sees each person as a unique individual. I cannot thank her enough. She is an extremely gifted natural healer.”

- Mary, Private Yoga Therapy Client

A 90-minute whole-person health intake 

Tailored mind-body practices for your specific needs

Simple Ayurvedic self-care practices to promote well-being and prevent disease 

4 bi-weekly follow-up sessions 

Recommendations/ resources for self-care, which may include: reading suggestions, myofascial release balls and other supportive products 

                                      INVESTMENT: $1,250 

What's Included:

Get Ready to:

Improve your sleep, mood, and sex drive 

Reduce stress and build resilience

Feel more comfort and ease in your physical body

Improve spiritual and emotional awareness, contentment, and equanimity

Improve strength, flexibility and balance in your physical and emotional body

Release chronically held tension in the physical body

Joyfully increase range of motion, joint freedom/ mobility, and flexibility 

What to Expect


What is the difference between a Yoga Teacher and a Yoga Therapist?

In order to be a Registered Yoga Teacher with Yoga Alliance, you need 200 hours of training. Yoga Therapists need at least 1000 hours and go through additional training in tailoring the practice to various conditions, with the purpose of specific therapeutic outcomes. So, while a yoga class may be therapeutic, not all yoga is yoga therapy. In fact, some yoga practices can cause injury or harm when applied to the wrong person or at the wrong time. 


What can I expect at our session?

Expect the intake to be mostly conversational. This is a really precious opportunity to explore your health holistically, through the lens of yoga philosophy. We will talk about your spiritual, mental, emotional, and physical well-being. Subsequent sessions will enhance body awareness through breathing, guided meditations, and gentle movement practices designed to address imbalances, increase joint freedom, and strengthen/ stabilize. We will release tension and stress through the use of myofascial release, self-massage, guided imagery, etc. 


Is this a private workout session?

No, this is not an opportunity for personal training. While I do have the ability to energize the session for those that need it, the intention is therapeutic. It will be slower and more mindful than the average yoga class you might encounter at a gym.


Does this sound like you?

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