Yoga Therapy

For Women and Children

 
 

My role as your Yoga Therapist

Jodi Sibilia- Yoga Therapist

Jodi Sibilia- Yoga Therapist

My job is to understand why you have come to see me and determine what I can do to support you. I am trained to assess clients through listening, questioning, observing, and appropriate touch through a simple physical assessment. What helps this healing process is my willingness to put myself in your shoes, we are on this journey of healing together. I work with your doctors, chiropractors, physical therapist and other health professionals, and encourage my your relationships your practitioners.

 


What I do

Through simple postures and easy to understand language I find a practical intervention using the yoga modles of asana, breathing, and chanting to ease your suffering and teach you how to use it on your own.

 

 

 

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What does a session look like?

There's no 'one size fits all' when it comes to the body, breath, and mind, so that means each session will be tailored to fit your needs.

To start we have a discussion about what it is you want to work on and set up your appointment.  During the days leading up to your appointment I take the time to research and call my list of professionals who may better help me understand your chief complaint.

The day of your appointment we will meet at my office and discuss your symptoms and chief complaint and what information I have found that may help you.

After an easy and painless physical assessment I will build a simple and practical intervention for you and teach it to you.


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Yoga Therapy for Children

As a yoga therapist my first priory is to engage in dialogue and foster a healthy and professional relationship with your child.

I work with your child's teachers, doctors, head start, and physiologists to create a simple and practical yoga therapy intervention. 

In addition to yoga therapy I use process art as part of my therapeutic model for children.