Private Yoga Therapy

Private Studio in Longueuil
Home sessions also available depending on schedule.

What is Yoga Therapy?

Yoga therapy is a holistic approach that fosters healing through movement, breath-work and stress relieving practices. It uses techniques from traditional yoga, Indian medicine and modern/western science-based approaches to assess, treat, and help move individuals towards optimal physical and mental alignment, health and overall well-being. Essentially, it serves as a compliment to western medicine and psychology and each session is tailored to your specific and overall needs needs. 

Studies have shown that yoga therapy is effective for those going through or suffereing from:

  • Chronic back pain
  • Anxiety / Depression
  • Physical injury or pain
  • Digestive issues
  • Women issues (infertility, PCOS, menopause, etc…)
  • Etc…  

    Yoga therapy will address the following: 

    • Posture Correction
    • Myofascial Release
    • Injury Rehabilitation & Prevention
    • Stress Management
    • Holistic Wellness & overall efficiency
    • Etc…

    What you can expect from a yoga therapy session?

    Yoga therapy is most successful when therapist and client work as a team and together embrace the possibility of transformation. Each therapy session begins with a short explanation of what will be worked on in the session and why so that client can gain a better understanding of the intention behind the practice and continue to apply the principles outside of the therapy session. The therapist will then lead the client through a series of movements coordinated with the breath, helping the client in improving: quality of breathing, joint mobility, circulation, immune function, and to help improve overall body, mind and system functioning. Each session will end with a short relaxation/integration period, clients may be assigned “homework” that they can apply to their daily lives to continue improving between sessions and help maintain progress. 


    “The word ‘Yoga’ is derived from the Sanskrit root ‘yuj’ which means to bind, join, attach and yoke, to direct and concentrate the attention […]. Yoga, therefore, is the art which brings an incoherent and scattered mind to a reflective and coherent state. It is the communion of the human soul with Divinity.”


    (Light on Pranayama)

    †Naturotherapy Insurance receipts available upon request
    *Yoga Therapy sessions are 60-mins long and packages are offered for those looking to commit to weekly or bi-weekly sessions.
    *Disclaimer: Yoga teachers and naturotherapists are prohibited by law to ”diagnose”, ”prescribe” treatments and offer ”cures” for health conditions. Rather, their focus is on improving general health and well-being and avoiding injury to those with health conditions.

    “Jeannine is a very warm person, she is the perfect combination of knowledge and technique. She can make you progress, and learn all about the spiritual and technical sides of yoga! I would recommend her without hesitation!”