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Yoga therapy is an empowering process to increase the individual’s capacity to heal through the application of movement, breath and stillness. In yoga therapy, the individualized and specifically integrated techniques of yoga help clients facing pain and health challenges to support themselves to reduce and eliminate symptoms, increase vitality and improve their attitude and emotions. Creating more function and ease in the body and mind is a primary objective of private yoga therapy, so the client can fully enjoy their life and activities.

If you have pain, fatigue, tension and stress, and feel it is getting in the way of leading the life you want to lead, then Therapeutic Yoga methodologies can provide a path to becoming more mobile and reducing pain. Kimberly works with individuals from a wide spectrum of abilities and backgrounds, from athletes to those with limited movement, chronic pain, illness, and injury.

Your session and personal program will be developed from your current state of health and function to specifically help you improve on your own abilities. Therapeutic Yoga is a balanced approach to movement, using specific movements, traditional postures, breathing techniques, stillness and meditation.

To book an appointment please contact Kimberly at 613-791-1311 or by email at kimberly@mantasyoga.com.

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About Kimberly Mantas

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Kimberly Mantas teaches Therapeutic, Meditation, and Hatha yoga where she focuses on working with her clients and students to move out of pain and increase mobility. As a full-time teacher, Kimberly works in groups and privately with all individuals with pain, chronic injury or health conditions who want to better their athlete performance or enjoy their activities and hobbies. Kimberly is a Yoga Alliance E-RYT200, RYT 500 certified teacher and has been practicing yoga for over 17 years and has studied extensively with local and international yoga teachers in meditation, yoga asana, yoga theory, yoga as therapy, and pranayama.