Yoga Therapy for What Ails You: Mini Yoga Therapy Session

Yoga Therapy for What Ails You: Mini Yoga Therapy Session with Nancy O’Brien and Jaymie Meyer

Saturday, March 30 • 2:30–4:30 p.m.

Nancy O’Brien, C-IAYT, RYT 500, and Jaymie Meyer, C-IAYT, E-RYT 500, C.W.P. Meet some of Integral Yoga’s certified Yoga therapists and experience a mini-session to see how they can support healing and health for your body and mind by tailoring Yoga’s broad spectrum of practices to you, one-on-one. Our Yoga therapists specialize in such areas as arthritis, MS, chronic pain and illness, cancer, musculoskeletal conditions, pre- and post-surgery, autoimmune issues, and pregnancy. In addition, you’ll come to understand how this emerging approach differs from a Yoga class and how Yoga therapists differ from Yoga teachers. Participants receive a discount on a one-on-one Yoga Therapy appointment. Includes Yoga: New Beginners and All LevelsFeature



Nancy O’Brien, a certified Yoga teacher, focuses in all ways possible on Yoga and meditation for arthritis and chronic pain, Parkinson’s, Lyme disease, and other illnesses; restorative and therapeutic Yoga for individuals and groups; Yoga for elders; and mind/body wellness and prevention programming. Continuing on her own healing journey after a serious, nearly fatal illness, she shares Integral Yoga’s vision of making Yoga a sustainable component of health care and hails its dharma as a respected leader in the field of therapeutic Yoga. To that end Nancy helps train registered Yoga teachers in Yoga for Arthritis, was an adviser on the Arthritis Foundation’s Arthritis-Friendly Yoga video and teaches in hospitals and community centers. Advocating always for patient-centered care that works toward creating a healing relationship, she has written about integrative medicine and health issues for Yoga Journal, Yoga Journal online, and the International Association of Yoga Therapists’ magazine Yoga Therapy Today. Keep up with what inspires her on Twitter @nancyobrienyoga, on Facebook (Nancy OBrien yoga), and at
Jaymie Meyer has been helping clients implement and sustain healthful lifestyle changes for more than 17 years. She is the founder of Resilience for Life, a business dedicated to helping people reduce stress, cultivate emotional regulation, and increase resilience. She is a certified New Life Story® wellness coach, a licensed HeartMath® provider, and a certified Yoga therapist (C-IAYT). A longtime Integral Yoga trainer, Jaymie has co-taught the Integral Yoga Stress Management training for many years in Virginia, New York, and California and served for two years as a Dr. Dean Ornish faculty member in his program for reversing heart disease.