Yoga & Body Health
Join us virtually for Therapeutic Yoga, led by one of our clinicians Amanda Kravitz. Amanda is a 500-hour Certified Yoga Teacher and began teaching yoga in 2020. FLIHH’s yoga practice will offer a space for those looking to cultivate a healing mind-body-spirit connection. These sessions incorporate clinical and evidence-based perspectives, as well as a functional movement approach. Through the lens of safety, support, and authenticity, we’ll be using movement and breath work as skills to calm and connect with the body and mind with a healing approach.
Our yoga sessions are designed to have participants build skills that assist in regulating the nervous system, as well as cultivating a collaborative relationship with the body. These skills include movement, breath work, meditation, and more, and allow participants to leave each session with practices to take into all areas of their lives.
These 60 minute Therapeutic Yoga sessions will be held over Zoom, and as it gets warmer and is safe to do so, will eventually be held outdoors at Flihh in our Butterflihh Garden next to Monkey, our pony, and the goats! You can buy a package of 6 for $75 or $15/individual session.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in joining us for Therapeutic Yoga. We look forward to seeing you on the mat!
Therapeutic Yin Yoga Practice · Wednesdays 7:30-8:30pm
Fewer postures held for a few minutes each, less movement, and mostly on the ground. Practicing stillness and quiet allows us to tune in to subtle shifts of the mind, body, and emotional states. Great for winding down.
Therapeutic Hatha Yoga Practice · Saturdays 8:00-9:00am
Breath to movement, more standing postures, taken at a slow mindful pace. These flows can be more energizing, with opportunities to explore what the body is capable of as we become familiar with the connection between mind and body.
Individual Yoga Sessions
Pricing and scheduling will vary based on need. Contact email@example.com for more information
Nutrition for Movement and Athletes
The nutrition for movement and athletes group focuses on function of foods and how they work within the body. We review why it is important to pre fuel and post fuel and how to choose foods that will best support your performance as well as muscle recovery. Together we debunk societal misconceptions around food and learn to make choices that help you get stronger on and off the field.
Nutrition for Movement and Athletes · Mondays 3:30pm-4:30pm
Nutrition for Body Image Recovery
The nutrition and body image group will provide, in detail, the role of macronutrients and micronutrients in the body and why they are essential to our health. We then tie in the benefits of food with how we can maintain a positive body image using reframing techniques and affirmations.
Nutrition for Body Image Recovery · Wednesdays 3:30pm-4:30pm