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OFFERINGS

GROUP / PRIVATE SESSIONS

A yoga experience personalized just for you! Private yoga sessions can be 1-on-1, or with a small group.

 

I can assist with alignment, or help to discover the right expression of poses for your body. Every body is different - let me help you become better friends with yours!

We mostly work with private clients from the comfort of their own home, though we also offer zoom & on-location sessions! I’ll bring all the props, so all you need to bring is an open mind.​

$25

30min

1 PERSON

$60

1 Hour

2 PEOPLE

$40

1 Hour

1 PERSON

$75

1 Hour

3 PEOPLE

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Yoga in the corporate world has been shown to relieve:

–   headaches

–   neck and back strain

–   carpal tunnel syndrome

–   insomnia

–   high blood pressure

–   work-related injuries from repetitive motion

$100

1 Hour

Up to 30 people

One time event, or a possibility of weekly classes.

CORPORATE YOGA SESSIONS

Would you like to have a team building event for your employees? 

 

Doing yoga together is incredibly bonding! It puts everyone on the same level...and I make sure it’s a no judgment, no comparison zone.

     Corporate employees deserve the opportunity to reduce stress & tension AND become more physically fit. Yoga can remove stress from the body and mind. Some of the benefits can include:

Happy, energetic, alert, & productive employees 

Stress-related sick occurrences decline

Concentration & Decision-making improve

Sense of well-being can reduce employee turnover

I’ll come to you and bring mats, props, and a customized class for your employees.

 

You may provide  refreshments, even beer or wine after the yoga session if desired. 

Yoga with Amy is empowering and uplifting.

 

12-STEP RECOVERY

YOGA SESSIONS

Y12SR is an innovative addiction relapse prevention program that integrates the wisdom of yoga and the practical tools of 12-Step recovery programs.

 

Guided by its theme “The Issues Live In the Tissues,” Y12SR meetings are offered throughout the U.S. and abroad and is quickly becoming a feature of addiction recovery treatment centers.

 

Y12SR is a meeting and a yoga practice. The time is divided between a 12-Step-like sharing circle and a yoga asana (movement), pranayama (breathwork) and meditation session where we “take it to the mats.” The yoga asana practice offered is designed to be accessible to all bodies and levels of yoga experience.

 

Y12SR is open to all persons who suffer with addiction as well as to those who love them. It is offered as an adjunct — not a replacement — to regular addiction recovery work. The principles of safety and anonymity are upheld by Y12SR.

WHAT DOES ALL THIS REALLY MEAN?

Y12SR is a way to aid in sobriety and recovery. It doesn't replace meetings, but is an added tool to help prevent relapse. 

Who can come? 

Anyone affected by addiction -- pretty much all of us.

 

Is it private like any Anonymous meeting? 

Yes! 

 

What's it like?

Short meeting and a short, very basic & accessible yoga practice that could be done on a mat or in a chair. 

 

How can I attend?

Reach out to me and I'll give you the details.

208-404-9670 or amytoftyoga@gmail.com

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WHY COMBINE YOGA & RECOVERY?

The 12-Step Recovery model approaches addiction at the cognitive level. Created in 1939 by the founders of Alcoholics Anonymous, it is the most recognized and pervasive addiction recovery program in the world with millions of practitioners. Transcending alcohol and substance abuse, addiction recovery addresses behaviors such as gambling, overeating, sex and love, shopping, co-dependency, etc. Addictive behaviors separate and disconnect individuals from themselves, their families, and the their communities.

The traditional Yoga practice includes a somatic approach. Yoga itself means union, integration and balance. Combining the two creates a model that truly addresses addiction as the physical, mental and spiritual disease that it is. Y12SR assists people to develop body awareness, to learn to feel what’s going on in their bodies, and to self-regulate.