Your first PhysioYoga Therapy session will include a complete physical therapy assessment so that an individualized treatment plan can be developed to accurately address your specific needs and goals. The assessment includes thoroughly listening to your story, an in depth process of inquiry that will inform your treatment plan, and an integrative physical therapy objective examination. The recommended treatment plan will be reviewed and discussed prior to starting treatment. Your first session will be 1.5 hour in length and will include both assessment and commencement of treatment. The treatment length of your first session will depend on the length of time taken for your assessment. Your goals and individual needs are always addressed.
1.5 Hour Assessment + Treatment =$220.00
Private Treatment Session
All follow up treatment sessions are 1.25 hours. A typical PhysioYoga treatment session includes therapeutic education, active and facilitated therapeutic movement, and individualized home program prescription with a focus on yoga-based practices such as mindful movement, awareness practices, breathing practices, mindfulness practices, and traditional physical therapy based exercises. Education on yoga principles and lifestyle modifications relevant to your needs and values are included. Sessions may include skilled physical therapy manual techniques as indicated. An essential part of your PhysioYoga experience is that we take a whole-person approach to your rehabilitation or health maintenance program. My intention is to inspire and educate, to allow you to experience the power of self healing and to give you a sense of agency, self-empowerment and confidence in your path forward to living well again.
1.25 Hour Private Treatment Sessions = $200.00
Online Sessions and Mentoring
Online mentoring sessions for professionals and online consultations or treatment sessions for patients are also available.
Please contact Shelly if you are interested.
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