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What is yoga therapy?

Yoga therapy is the process of empowering individuals to progress toward improved health and wellbeing. It is used as complementary modality to empower students with the tools needed to receive relief from ailments, injuries, traumas, emotional stress, and other forms of health conditions that are affecting their daily lives.


Yoga therapy differs from a yoga class in that the intention changes to individuals or groups with specific conditions. After an appropriate intake and assessment, therapists will often focus on the specific symptoms that trouble their clients and identify methods to help them manage those symptoms.

A Holistic Approach

The yoga therapist’s role is to empower clients to take a more active role in their self-care. The therapist’s job is less about teaching yogic techniques and more about helping clients overcome their challenges and gain independence. The job of the therapist represents a different focus, a different type of education, and a different skill set.


Miquelle Ringler’s approach is holistic, compassionate, and gentle with a focus on the individual’s needs and goals. She is trained to listen and pay attention to her students’ bodies in order to provide the right sequencing, breath work and alignment cues to assist in better health. She has extensive training in teaching yoga and holds licenses in the field of yoga therapy as certified by the International Association of Yoga Therapists.