MOVEMENT AND MUSIC DESIGNED FOR YOU
Healing /ˈhēliNG/ (noun): the process of the restoration of health and balance
Arts /ärt/ (noun): the expression or application of human creative skill and imagination
VIRTUAL YOGA THERAPY
VIRTUAL YOGA THERAPY
Roughly half of those who practice yoga say they do so for health reasons. Research is beginning to confirm yoga's effectiveness in offering relief from the suffering associated with a number of chronic and debilitating conditions.
Yoga therapy selects and applies specific yogic tools - including postures, breathwork and meditation to meet individual needs and goals. While most people attend yoga class to learn techniques and methods, yoga therapy focuses on how specific yoga techniques can help an individual find relief from symptoms, feel better or improve their function.
This convenient virtual format uses Zoom to conduct sessions. We will work together meeting in live video.
Receive 1:1 personalized attention
Find your own individualized practice regardless of limitations from injuries or chronic conditions
Practice conveniently in the comfort of your own home
Who can benefit from Yoga Therapy?
Anyone with health conditions looking for a practice specifically designed for their needs
Those who need a slow and personally designed program to move towards optimal health
Those who would like to explore yoga in a safe environment and develop their own personal practice
Organizations or groups , such as teachers, health care specialists, or businesses who would like yoga classes tailored to their specific needs
My journey with yoga started as an outlet for processing grief. It became a place that I could be in my body, out of my head, and find solitude in processing my emotions while surrounded by a community of people. And that was powerful to me.
I received my 200 Hour Certificate in 2013 from Siddhi Yoga in Dharamsala, India while traveling through Southeast Asia. I shared my practice through donation based classes on the beach in Cape Cod before moving to Mt. Snow, Vermont. I wanted to dive deeper into the healing and therapeutic practices of yoga and in October 2020 I became a Yoga Therapist through the Integrative Yoga Therapy Program at Kripalu.
Music has always been a part of my life. I played cello growing up and recently discovered my voice and passion for sharing music as a solo artist.
I'm a resident musician at several restaurants in the Deerfield Valley, offering a diverse range of acoustic covers (described as having a sweet and soulful twist). My performances are often multi-instrumental, including guitar and banjolele and are inspired by the spirit of the moment.
My favorite musical moment? Opening up for Kat Wright at the Snow Barn in Mt. Snow in January 2020.
Music is also finding it's way into my therapy practice, and can be a powerful modality of healing. I'm always looking to discover new ways of infusing music and mindfulness.
"I started Yoga on my 70th birthday and have been practicing with Jill for the last 18 months. Arthritis in both shoulders and right ankle have made practicing a challenge. Jill has offered modifications that have enabled me to build strength and improve my balance and flexibility."