Yoga Therapy is a somatic (focus on the body), one-on-one healing modality where a Certified Yoga Therapist supports the client while they tune into the body while participating in various yoga postures. Much is stored in the body, including emotions and traumatic experiences, and by tuning inward, we create space for curiosity and self-inquiry about our experiences. Everyone is welcome whether you have never tried yoga before, or you are an experienced yogi!
Counseling may be a good fit if you are experiencing unwanted mental or emotional symptoms in your life. Whether it be due to trauma, a life change, or a brain/body imbalance, your therapist will create a treatment plan with you including goals for what you hope to achieve through your work together.
Your insurance may cover services for mental health counseling. Most clients are required to pay a co-pay or co-insurance for an appointment as part of their insurance plan. At this time, insurance does not usually cover the cost for our other services, but check your HSA plan to see if you can use those funds for our services.
Counseling and Yoga Therapy appointments are 50-60 minutes in length unless otherwise specified. Talk with your provider to confirm the length of your appointment.
SELF-DISCOVERY: clarifying values, finding authenticity, and creating space for change and joy at any stage of life
PERINATAL MENTAL HEALTH: pregnancy challenges, postpartum challenges, birth trauma, pregnancy & infant loss, infertility, adoption, 3rd party reproduction
TRAUMA: traumatic events, developmental trauma, relationship trauma, sexual trauma
GRIEF & LOSS: loss of a loved one, challenging life transitions
RELATIONSHIPS: couple's counseling, the transition to parenthood, special needs parenting
Our services are by appointment only. Our providers offer a variety of morning, afternoon, and evening appointments. Occasionally a provider will offer weekend options.
Yes! We encourage our clients to work with a mental health counselor and yoga therapist or wellness practitioner in order to be fully supported and treated in a holistic manner.
All of our mental health counselors offer Telehealth services online, and many of our providers offer in-person options at our Draper or Downtown Salt Lake City locations.