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Yoga at Intrinsic Physical Therapy is designed to help improve your overall well-being. This is a Healthcare Facility we no longer require you to wear a mask. Please feel comfortable with whatever decision makes you safe. If for any reason you have difficulties please speak to Lynn Culbertson PT DPT Owner of Intrinsic Physical Therapy.

Yoga in 2023

We ask that you please bring your own mat for health and safety, If you do not have a mat, you can purchase one at the clinic.

Yin Yoga

Yin Yoga is a powerful practice that targets connective tissues within the body. Each posture is held for periods of time (minutes vs breaths) to encourage the slow and safe opening of these tissues, leaving the yogi with an overall feeling of lightness, spaciousness, and peace. The perfect antidote to stress and a great counter balance to more active style yoga.

returning in 2023

Vinyasa For ALL

Vinyasa yoga a strong energetic yoga,  TheVinyasa or flow between asanas (yoga postures) creates heat in the body to promote flexibility and strength. This class will be designed for all levels with offerings of props and modifications to create a safe and careful environment. Promoting safety and alignment so each participant can have the best practice at a pace all can follow from new Yogis to experienced yogis. 

Saturdays at 9:30am

Chair Yoga for Mobility

Chair Yoga is designed with you in mind. Utilizing a chair to stretch and strengthen the body with supported yoga poses. This class leads you through mindful meditation, Asana (yoga postures) in the chair, with some balance poses standing at the chair. With an emphasis on Moving. Each class will end with a Progressive relaxation and Deep relaxation.  Returning in person and online

Fridays at 12

Hatha Yoga 101

This beginner yoga class will be a 6-week series that guides new Yogis through a safe Hatha yoga practice. Each class will begin with breathing practices, then focus on a different part of a yoga class. We will utilize proper alignment principles,  tips, and tricks to move through some tricky transitions in a class. If you have always wanted to start yoga or have found classes too challenging this is the class for you. 

Beginning soon

SLOW and Steady Flow 

TheVinyasa or flow between asanas (yoga postures) creates heat in the body to promote flexibility and strength. This class will be  a slow and steady flow designed for all levels with offerings of props and modifications to create a safe and careful environment. Slow flowing practice at a pace all can follow from new Yogis to experienced yogis. 

Wednesdays at 5:45 PM

Yoga Therapy: Gentle to Restore

Therapeutic Yoga is a yoga class intended to support and restore your health and wellness through supported postures and gentle flows. Using a combination of chair yoga, restorative yoga, gentle yoga, healing touch, breathing practices, and guided meditation supports the whole person in your path to healing body, mind, and spirit. This class is offered in a private group or private setting in person or online.

Private sessions by appointment only please call the office.

$15 Drop in for each class

$70 for 5 classes

$130 for 10 classes

Meditation is free or by donation 

Meditation

This class is free for all. This class is meant for all. Beginner or Advanced. Join Intrinsic PT and Lynn for a 35-minute meditation practice. Each week we will learn either a new technique you may want to try or Philosophy along with breathing practices (Pranayama),  followed by a guided or silent meditation practice. 

Beginning Wednesdays

 February 15, 2023 at 1pm

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Massage Therapy

 According to the Cleveland Clinic health essentials site, massage therapy is a treatment technique that may help people relax, relieve stress and pain, lower blood pressure, and improve circulation. It is being studied in the treatment of cancer symptoms such as lack of energy, pain, swelling, and depression. Performed by a licensed massage therapist, massage therapy involves using different pressures, movements, and techniques to manipulate muscles and other soft tissues in the body. Massage therapy may be beneficial for anyone but has been noted to help those who have various conditions like cancer, heart disease, stomach problems and fibromyalgia. That feeling of calm after a massage can aid in reducing stress and anxiety.  Read more about massage and its many benefits at health.clevelandclinic.org/benefits-of-massage.

55 minute massage $120

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