“Yoga therapy is the process of empowering individuals to progress toward improved health and wellbeing through the application of the teachings and practices of yoga.
The goals of yoga therapy include eliminating, reducing, or managing symptoms that cause suffering; improving function; helping to prevent the occurrence or re-occurrence of underlying causes of illness; and moving toward improved health and wellbeing. Yoga therapy also helps clients/students change their relationship to and identification with their condition.”
“Yoga is therapeutic when it is systematic and holistic. It is transformational as it harmonizes body, mind and spirit.”
Current research shows that practicing yoga benefits a wide range of conditions and illnesses including, but not limited to, hypertension, heart disease, diabetes mellitus, cancer, low-back pain, anxiety and depression. Research has shown that yoga reduces stress, lowers heart rate and blood pressure, improves sleep, elevates mood, alleviates pain, improves strength and flexibility, and improves overall quality of life.
Yoga is holistic and includes practices for the body, mind and spirit. The scope of yoga therapy practice includes:
Before your session you will be asked to complete a Total Health Assessment and set your goals for yoga therapy. During your first 1.5 hour visit your yoga therapist will review the assessment, your health information, and your goals. Additional assessments may also be done the first session, including posture, Depression, Anxiety and Stress Scale (DSS), sleep, nutrition, and pain. You will then be given a set of of practices designed best meet your goals. Short daily practices have been shown to be more effective than longer periods a few times a week for fostering new healthy habits. You and your therapist will determine the amount of time you can comfortably commit, usually a minimum of 15 minutes once or twice a day.
During additional sessions progress towards goals and your experience with the practice will be reviewed. Modifications and additions will be suggested as appropriate.
“Yoga teaches us to cure what need not be endured and endure what cannot be cured.” B.K.S. Iyengar
We recommend a minimum of 3 sessions to successfully create a daily practice that will help you achieve your goals. The first session is 1.5 hours. Additional sessions are 60 minutes. Discount packages are available.
Initial assessment and consultation – 90 minutes $150
One hour $108
Initial three sessions (3.5 hrs) – Save 15% $310
Three 1-hr sessions – Save 10% $290
Five 1-hr sessions – Save 15% $459
One 30-min session $ 60
Three 30-min sessions – Save 10% $150
Five 30-min sessions – Save 10% $255
Please call 781-609-2497 or email email@example.com if you are interested in learning more about how Yoga Therapy can help you or to make an appointment.
Lorraine (Lorrie) Jacobsohn RN, MSN (Masters of Science in Nursing), PMHCNS-BC (Psychiatric and Mental Health Clinical Nurse Specialist – Board Certified), Advanced Practice Holistic Nurse, C-IAYT, E-RYT 500, Co-Director of TriYoga Boston Yoga Therapy Teacher Training. Lorrie is a Psychiatric Clinical Nurse Specialist with expertise in Trauma, Sudden Bereavement, Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence.
Lorrie provides yoga therapy services for those suffering from depression, anxiety, trauma, sudden bereavement, sexual assault, domestic violence, Parkinson’s and chronic disease.
Brahmi (Beth Gold-Bernstein), Director TriYoga Boston, C-IAYT, E-RYT 500, Senior TriYoga teacher and Teacher Trainer. Brahmi has been practicing yoga for 43 years, teaching for 36 years, and practicing TriYoga for 27 years. She is a senior TriYoga instructor and Teacher Trainer. Brahmi is the director and lead teacher for the RYS 200 hr TriYoga Teacher Training program the the RYS 500 hr Therapeutic Teacher Training Program. Brahmi is a former back sufferer of 30 years and now enjoys a pain free back. She has also successfully recovered from wrist, knee and shoulder surgery.
Brahmi focuses on Yoga Therapy for back, shoulder, knee and other chronic pain, Parkinson’s and chronic disease.