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Yoga Therapy

with Monya Cohen

Private Yoga Therapy with Monya Cohen, Psy.D., RYT-200, & Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapist

If you could transform something in your life, what would you choose?

Do you experience anxiety, sadness or depression?  How do these feelings manifest in your physical body? What life challenges are you currently facing? What aspects of your life give you the most pleasure and joy?

What you can expect from a private yoga therapy session:

  • A deeper connection to your body, mind and true self
  • More self-acceptance
  • One on one assisted yoga postures with or without touch
  • A client-centered process that is open-ended and non-directive
  • You may discover a connection between what is happening in your body and what is happening in your life

During the session, you can expect confidentiality, unconditional positive regard, non-judgment.

Explore these questions and more with Monya Cohen, Psy.D., RYT-200, & Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapist. Yoga Therapy is a holistic healing practice that integrates yoga movement, breath, and contemporary psychology. No yoga experience is necessary.

 

For a limited time, Monya is offering an introductory offer at UP: $90 per session or $170 for 2 sessions

Contact Monya at monyacohenyoga@gmail.com  to schedule an appointment or if you have further questions.

 

About Monya:

Monya began her own yoga journey more than 15 years ago and discovered the value of mindfulness and yoga in her own life.  Monya believes in the healing transformation of yoga and is dedicated to bringing a unique yoga experience to her students.  Yoga is the perfect antidote for depression, anxiety, trauma and many other physical and mental barriers to achieving a fulfilling life.  In addition to teaching yoga to adults of ages and mobility levels, Monya teaches yoga to pre-teens and incorporates yoga and mindfulness in her clinical practice.  Monya is a certified Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapist.   When not taking or teaching a yoga experience, Monya practices as a licensed psychologist in Maryland and works with middle and high school students with emotional disabilities.