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Ready to try a one-on-one session? To ask questions or set an appointment: Contact Jenne 828 778 0211 or firstname.lastname@example.org
For those who are fully vaccinated, individual yoga therapy sessions are now available in-person at Weaverville Yoga Studio. Sessions can also be held virtually on Zoom, an easy-to-use online conference space (similar to TeleHealth), that can be accessed by your phone, tablet or computer. See below for in-home yoga therapy sessions (I can come to you).
Initial sessions are 75 minutes in length and include intake, goal-setting, initial recommendations, and a guided practice. Subsequent sessions are 60 minutes. You may request longer sessions according to your needs. Sliding scale available by request to those with limited financial resources.
Initial Session (75 mins) $80 PURCHASE
Subsequent Sessions (60 mins) $75 PURCHASE
If you prefer a longer session, $30 for each additional half-hour
Dedication Discount: 5 Private Sessions for $350 PURCHASE
In-Home Yoga Therapy Sessions
*To prevent the spread of Covid19, at this time In-Home Sessions are available only to clients who are fully vaccinated. If you are not fully vaccinated but your home has access to an outdoor practice space such as a porch or lawn space, we can enjoy our sessions outside, weather permitting.*
Initial In-Home $95 (90 mins)
Subsequent In-Home $85 (60 mins)
–> If you prefer a longer session, or if my commute is longer than 30 mins: $25 for each additional half-hour
In-home Dedication Discount: 5 Private Sessions $400 ($80 per session, including initial session / save $35)
I have been working as a yoga therapist for nearly a decade with clients of all ages, experience levels, and backgrounds. I have identified three primary approaches to individual sessions. Sometimes a client’s needs and goals fall neatly into one category, and other times a combination of the three can best address the whole picture.
Yoga Therapy for Mental Health / Balancing the Nervous System. As someone with a personal history of trauma and mental health challenges, the life-changing psychological benefits of gentle and restorative forms of yoga is what inspired me to become a yoga therapist. Yoga gets a lot of press for improving flexibility, but its exceptional ability to calm and stabilize the nervous system, change how we relate to stress, and ease mental and emotional upheaval is, in my mind, its greatest gift. Individual yoga therapy is an ideal way to zero in on bringing the nervous system back to balance. Mind-body practice offers us a bottomless well of tools for increasing self-compassion, building psychological resilience, processing grief and trauma, coming back to our center, and fostering positive neuroplasticity toward long-term healing.
Yoga Therapy for Physical Health / Supporting the Body. Yoga is like an owner’s manual for the body. Through practice, we can learn how to relieve pain and tension, aid recovery from injury or illness, manage or relieve chronic health issues, improve circulation of blood, lymph and synovial fluid, care for our joints, improve and maintain flexibility and mobility, strengthen coordination and balance, nurture respiratory and digestive health, sharpen memory and mental focus, reduce blood pressure and inflammation, increase strength and bone density, regulate the nervous system, relieve back and neck pain, and learn to make healthy posture our second nature. And that’s the short list! Individual sessions are an ideal way to identify specific practices that best support your body toward healing.
Yoga Therapy for Deepening Your Relationship with Mind-Body Practice. Individual sessions with a yoga therapist are an ideal way to study and explore mind-body practice with a highly skilled and knowledgeable teacher. You might be totally new to yoga or interested in trying meditation or qi gong, but you would rather begin your journey in a one-on-one atmosphere. You may be an experienced yogi or meditator who would like to renew, deepen or expand your practice. There are few things I love more than geeking out about yoga and meditation. Let’s explore the joys and challenges of the practice together.
Examples of conditions treated by Jenne Sluder Yoga Therapy
Social Anxiety Disorder
Domestic Abuse Recovery
Attention Deficit Disorder & ADHD
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Acute Illness Recovery
Chronic Illness Management
Asthma & other reactive airway conditions
PVFM & Vocal Cord Dysfunction
RSD & Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
Sacroiliac Joint pain
Hip / Knee Replacement
Difficulty with balance