Yoga Therapy...Nourishing Body, Mind, Spirit...
At the Sanctuary our mission is to provide space for all beings to THRIVE. We are guided by an ancient tradition of body, mind, and spirit focus that is essential to total health, life balance, and true peace.
Last week we spoke about the magic that happens when we use hot stones during massage. The hot stones nourish the body, while deeply relaxing the mind and rejuvenating the spirit. This week we want to share another way to connect body, mind, spirit: Yoga Therapy
Why? People are drowning in data, wisdom starved, sleep deprived, and tech ruled.This is taking a toll on body, mind, and spirit. Friends, we are not meant to live this way.
As any athlete or high performing individual will tell you, recovery is as important as training - and it’s the quality of the recovery that keeps us showing up at the level we aspire to.
So, how does yoga therapy help?
Yoga therapy is a type of therapy that uses yoga postures, breathing exercises, meditation, and guided imagery to improve physical, mental, and emotional health.The holistic focus of yoga therapy encourages the integration of body, mind, and spirit.
Modern yoga therapy covers a broad range of therapeutic modalities, incorporating elements from both physical therapy and psychotherapy.
Provided exclusively by Peter, get ready to nourish yourself. Peter will help you slow down, notice, and deeply listen. Peter will give you micro steps to easily incorporate into your daily routine to help you THRIVE.
Here's what clients are saying about Yoga Therapy with Peter:
"I've been going to private yoga therapy sessions and massage therapy at the Sanctuary for two years, and it's been incredibly helpful for both my competitive running and in helping me through some difficult changes in my life with strength, equanimity, and finally regaining my happiness. I recently referred one of my friends and she is just as happy as I am- she says it has changed her life as well." - Jennifer D.
"I thought Peter was attentive to my needs and very knowledgeable about my particular injury in yoga. His adaptions were "spot on" and making himself available in-between appointments should I need it was also appreciated!" -Kathleen W.
Yoga Therapy Sessions with Peter are 75 minutes, $160. To Book, Call: 914.337.9356or book on-line here.
Questions? Ask Peter Here.