Free Tips for Finding the Right Yoga Teacher
If you are newer to yoga, have conditions such as back pain, anxiety, osteoporosis (and more!), and just aren't sure where to start, I've put together a tip sheet with simplified industry terms, a list of handy questions to ask your potential teacher and some special advice for those of you who are suffering from conditions.
What Clients Say
"Samantha is the real deal.
Few practicing yoga therapists have this level of qualification, dedication, compassion, and
commitment to truly helping others."
I have worked successfully with a wide range of structural, mental/emotional, neurological, and chronic conditions.
This list is the tip of the iceberg!
Back Pain, Neck Pain, etc
Pre and Post Op Shoulders, Hips, and Knees
Stress and Trauma
Substance Use Disorders
I work with a wide range of ages from 8 to 108 years old!
"Practicing yoga therapy makes you the active ingredient in managing, eliminating, and even TRANSCENDING your condition.
It is coming home to yourself and finding peace there.
As Elly Hillesum said, "Ultimately, we have just one moral duty: to reclaim large areas of peace in ourselves, more and more peace, and to reflect it toward others."
This is how yoga changes you and your world.
Davidson Yoga Therapy - Etty Hillesum