Intensive program


Psychotherapy begins with building rapport. Once you and your therapist have established a good rapport and started developing a trusting relationship, a treatment plan is created to facilitate the exploration of thoughts and feelings and the development of new coping skills. There are various types of psychotherapy available, and together with your therapist, you will identify the approach that best suits your needs.

Trauma Informed Yoga

There are many benefits of yoga: physical, psychological, and spiritual. We use yoga as a way to help people deal with trauma, anxiety, and body image issues. Your yoga instruction meets you where you are. It's okay to have absolutely no experience with yoga or to have practiced for many years. Yoga is used as a type of therapy that allows you to connect with your body. It provides movement that is both beneficial and healing for both the body and mind.


Mindfulness is about being in the present. Worry often comes from living too far into the future or even looking back to the past. The only aspect of our lives we can truly control is the present moment. Mindfulness entails learning how to fully engage with the moment, whether in relationships, moments of silence, exercise, or any other activity. Here, you will discover the genuine meaning of being present.

Polarity therapy

Polarity Therapy

Polarity Therapy is a holistic approach to healing that aims to restore balance within the body. By addressing energy blocks, it facilitates the flow of vital life force energy, promoting optimal physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being. Through gentle touch, bodywork, and breathwork, practitioners help release blockages and support individuals in achieving holistic wellness.


Meditation is a practice that helps quiet the mind and brings you into the present moment. There are various types of meditation techniques that you may find interesting. It starts with learning different breathing meditations, followed by guided imagery, body scans, and progressive muscle relaxation, all of which contribute to the body's restoration and healing process.

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Nutritional Counseling

The way we eat and the nutrients we take into our bodies are critical to how we physically and emotionally feel. Nutritional counseling provides clients with an opportunity to gain knowledge about nutrition and its potential to improve their overall health. A skilled nutritional therapist collaborates with clients to develop personalized nutritional plans tailored to their unique needs.

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