Yoga Therapy for Injuries, Anxiety and Depression

Yoga Therapy for Individuals

What is it?  These experts put it in plain and simple terms:

Yoga therapy is of modern coinage and represents a first effort to integrate traditional yogic concepts and techniques with Western medical and psychological knowledge. Whereas traditional Yoga is primarily concerned with personal transcendence on the part of a “normal” or healthy individual, Yoga therapy aims at the holistic treatment of various kinds of psychological or somatic dysfunctions ranging from back problems to emotional distress. Both approaches, however, share an understanding of the human being as an integrated body-mind system, which can function optimally only when there is a state of dynamic balance.

Yoga therapy may be defined as the application of yogic principles to a particular person with the objective of achieving a particular spiritual, psychological, or physiological goal. The means employed are comprised of intelligently conceived steps that include but are not limited to the components of Ashtanga Yoga, which includes the educational teachings of yama, niyama,asana, pranayama, pratyahara, dharana, dhyana, and samadhi. Also included are the application of meditation, textual study, spiritual or psychological counseling, chanting, imagery, prayer, and ritual to meet the needs of the individual. Yoga therapy respects individual differences in age, culture, religion, philosophy, occupation, and mental and physical health. The knowledgeable and competent yogin or yogini applies Yoga Therapy according to the period, the place, and the practitioner’s age, strength, and activities.

Yoga therapy, derived from the Yoga tradition of Patanjali and the Ayurvedic system of health care refers to the adaptation and application of Yoga techniques and practices to help individuals facing health challenges at any level manage their condition, reduce symptoms, restore balance, increase vitality, and improve attitude.

Yoga Therapy for Specific Populations

Peak Performance Conditioning for Athletes and Teams
Sport specific yoga and conditioning, mindfulness and mental focus sharpening skills

Yoga therapy is a combination of traditional yoga, subtle energy balancing, mindfulness, meditation training and if appropriate psychological therapeutic strategies that are specifically tailored to meet the needs of clients including but not limited to:

  • Anger Management
  • Knee Rehabilitation pre or post op
  • Hip Rehabilitation pre or post op
  • Athletic Yoga for Athletes
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Low self-esteem
  • Children with autism
  • Work, injury or sports related bodily imbalance
  • Auto and Work Related Injuries
  • Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
  • Back pain reduction

Some sessions include a specialized yoga routine, and meditation, depending on the needs of the individual.

Yoga Therapy is specifically designed to address physical dysfunction in the body due to injury, sport specific tightness- over use, knee and hip replacement, anxiety and depression. Individual and group classes available.

Yoga therapy is a specific scientifically backed system of assessing and treating dis-ease in the body and mind. Tricia has worked with diverse populations for over 8 years and has assisted hundreds of people with learning how to maximize their healing potential.


Fee for Initial Intake for Case with Single Diagnosis $180

Fee for Individual session for Case with Single Diagnosis $120

Fee for High Intensity, multiple diagnosis cases including TBI, and MVA Intake $240

Fee for High Intensity, multiple diagnosis cases including TBI, and MVA private session $180

Yoga Therapy services serving the following areas: Plymouth, Canton, Northville, Novi, Farmington, Farmington Hills, Walled Lake, West Bloomfield, Bloomfield Hills, Birmingham, Ann Arbor and other surrounding areas.