Schedule a One-On-One Session In Person OR Long Distance Empowered Healing Session with Michelle Alva at michelle@michellealva.com or 1-800-978-0089.

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Michelle Alva is a licensed Physical Therapist with over 20 years experience in Integrative Healing and Wellness. She is a Women’s Health Physical Therapist who specializes in Pelvic Floor Rehab, Pre/Post Natal Wellness and Recovery, and Infertility. Michelle Alva is trained to work with individuals who have had sexual trauma, chronic pelvic pain and weakness/incontinence in the pelvic floor. Michelle has created The Alva Method® Of Self-Empowered Quantum Healing and Rapid Mindset Change due to the needs of addressing the individual as a whole, energetic and soulful being in a human body. This approach utilizes the latest in current movement medicine along with quantum physics principles to create “major healing with minor effort.” If you have pain, tension and fatigue and are tired of living this way, contact Michelle to schedule an Alva Method Healing Experience at michelle@michellealva.com.

What is Integrative Yoga Therapy?

Integrative Yoga Therapy uses an ancient science of yoga and merges that with the bio-mechanical principles of Physical Therapy to improve health and wellness on a physical, emotional and spiritual level.  Integrative Yoga Therapy brings balance to the student and brings the student back to their true nature.  Your true nature is calm, strong, grounded and connected to Self. Integrative Yoga Therapy is for those that are seeking relief from specific health issues, as well as those looking for preventative measures or to slow the progression of aging.

Integrative Yoga Therapy  uses the ancient Vedic model of the Five Koshas as a framework for creating healing and transformation.

In Integrative Yoga Therapy, the tools and techniques of yoga serve to reconnect each client to him or herself at all levels—from the physical body to the breath, the energetic body, mind and emotions, the higher wisdom faculty, and to the spirit.

Some of the main ways in which Integrative Yoga Therapy differs from Yoga are:

Yoga Therapy works with your goals. 

Each session is tailored to your needs, whether you want to gain relief from chronic pain, facilitate injury recovery, improve flexibility, reduce stress, improve well-being, get help with depression, or simply retain your youthful appearance and energy.

• Yoga Therapy utilizes bio-mechanical and scientific movement principles used in Physical Therapy. 

Each session includes a postural, bio-mechanical and movement assessment to ensure that your unique body needs are addressed and with the highest degree of safety and efficiency.

• Yoga Therapy targets the practice to specific disease condition. 

Most disease conditions benefit from some yoga asanas or yoga breathing techniques and not others. A yoga therapy program for back pain for example, would be very different from a yoga therapy practice targeting depression.

• Yoga Therapy adjusts the poses to your body’s needs. 

Michelle Alva is a Licensed Physical Therapist for over 18 years and an Energy Medicine Practitioner. Her background brings you the highest degree of safety and shows you how to modify and adjust poses to your body’s specific needs, using props, modifications, and bio-mechanical cues.  This ensures that you get the full benefits from each pose with the highest level of safety and efficiency. You breathe your way into the postures so that you are not forcing the movements but rather allowing the poses to take shape through the breath.

• Yoga Therapy deepens body awareness. 

Yoga Therapy is offered in individual sessions or small classes, enabling the therapist to guide you in the fine subtleties of muscle relaxation, stretching, and strengthening. This increases body awareness and helps you make more rapid progress in reshaping your body.

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