“In over 25 years as a student and teacher in the field of personal growth, I have never found anyone as gifted as Jennie Lee. Her unique blend of talk therapy, yoga and meditation helped me make rapid progress on my journey of self-understanding, emotional wholeness and peace.
Jennie had a remarkable ability to understand what I was experiencing—and an even greater talent for finding the right approach to help me through it. If you are serious about the process of self-discovery and awareness—I know of no one I would recommend more highly.”
– Art Dwight, President of One Decision, LLC
& Author of Look at This
International Association of Yoga Therapy members describe Yoga Therapy:
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.
– American Viniyoga Institute, Gary Kraftsow
Yoga therapy adapts the practice of Yoga to the needs of people with specific or persistent health problems not usually addressed in a group class.
– Samata Yoga Center, Larry Payne, Ph.D.
Yoga comprises a wide range of mind/body practices, from postural and breathing exercises to deep relaxation and meditation. Yoga therapy tailors these to the health needs of the individual. It helps to promote all-round positive health, as well as assisting particular medical conditions. The therapy is particularly appropriate for many chronic conditions that persist despite conventional medical treatment.
– Yoga Therapy and Training Center, Marie Quail
Yoga therapy is the use of the techniques of Yoga to create, stimulate, and maintain an optimum state of physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual health.
– Judith Hanson Lasater, Ph.D.
Yoga therapy consists of the application of yogic principles, methods, and techniques to specific human ailments. In its ideal application, Yoga therapy is preventive in nature, as is Yoga itself, but it is also restorative in many instances, palliative in others, and curative in many others.
– Art Brownstein, M.D.