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at Kula Wellness Group


Yoga therapy is a holistic healing modality that supports both physical health and mental health through personalized goal setting, lifestyle management, and yoga practices and philosophies.

Similar to psychotherapy, yoga therapy utilizes the support of the therapeutic relationship and the benefits of personalized individual care to focus on supporting clients in somatic healing, mind-body wellness, and truly taking care of the whole self.

While our yoga therapists are not trained psychotherapists, their services integrate seamlessly with psychotherapy as an adjunct service that supports clients in achieving long-lasting healing.

In Yoga Therapy sessions, we focus on 5 Pillars:

1. breathwork (pranayama)

2. movement (asana)

3. mindfulness & meditation (pratyahara)

4. self-reflection (yamas & niyamas)

5. whole system health advocacy

Using these five pillars in each session, Yoga Therapy will offer you the opportunity to increase your self-awareness in your mind and body, release trapped emotions in your body, and grow physical strength and self-confidence while supporting your unique goals!

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We have openings in our Yoga Therapy groups!

Click the pictures below to learn more about each group.

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Amanda Burtch has been practicing yoga since 2013 and teaching since 2017. 

She has earned her Masters of Science in Yoga Therapy from the Maryland University of Integrative Health and is registered as a Certified Yoga Therapist (C-IAYT) with the International Association of Yoga Therapists. She has also completed 200-hour and 500-hour Yoga Teacher Trainings.

Amanda specializes in working with grief and loss, caretakers, aging bodies, anxiety, burnout, and trauma.

Interested in seeing how our offerings are different than traditional yoga practices?

Check out a pre-recorded class below!

Try out a FREE

Therapeutic Yoga Recorded Class

All levels of yoga welcome!

Want to learn more about our Yoga Therapy offerings?

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future free classes and new Yoga Therapy groups!

Or contact us to ask about starting Yoga Therapy today!

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