I love this studio. I’ve only attended three sessions, but have loved every single one of them. I came in with severe anxiety, depression and PTSD. I came with the hope that these classes would help alleviate some of my symptoms. The restorative yoga with the sound healing helps to sooth my nerves and my nervous system. I left feeling relaxed with no anxiety. Jonah is an amazing instructor who makes sure each individual gets the practice one would find in paying for a private session. His brother Kyle works the front desk. They are both kind professional individuals who treat each client as if they were owners of this studio. I come all the way from Long Beach and I’m so glad the drive didn’t deter me from finding an amazing studio.
Amy Harper RYT-500, Yoga Therapist C-IAYT
In a water sport accident in August of 1997, Amy Harper fractured her spine in several places. It was uncertain if she would ever walk again. Literally and metaphorically flipped on her back, she was forced to dig deep to find hidden reservoirs of strength, and through soul searching, Mindfulness, Breath work, Ayurveda,Yoga therapy, healed herself. In near unbearable circumstances, Amy discovered the gift of a renewed life purpose, and is dedicating herself and her therapeutic training to help others find peace, healing, and support during difficult times.
Amy has been teaching since 2001, and a private yoga therapy practice since 2011. She specializes in trauma therapy. Her therapeutic work includes clients with MS, Muscular Dystrophy, cancer, nervous system issues, anxiety, depression, Bi-Polar II, sensory integration issues, TBI and PTS and trauma support, and last stages of life. Her mission is to help people gain clarity, confidence, and transform patterns of suffering. Whatever challenges her clients are facing, Amy accepts them as they are, and uses a tool box of approaches like yoga, meditation, breathwork, energy healing and transformational and spiritual coaching. Moving the individual in the direction to realize their full potential, and live the life of their design.
She has been a member of International Yoga Therapists Association since 2016 and received national recognition of C-IAYT certification in May 2017. She speaks publicly on yoga and yoga therapy, and conducts teacher trainings and mentoring for yoga teachers.