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Therapeutic Yoga

Jyl Kutsche adjusting student

Rehabilitate    ~    Rejuvenate    ~    Restore


DYC offers weekly drop-in therapeutic yoga classes

In these classes modifications and props are used generously in order to target specific injuries or concerns. Poses are mostly passive with some core stabilization. The aim is to learn how to adapt and modify postures in order to best serve each individual.

Therapeutic yoga is recommended as an aid in regaining full range of motion for all students.

Prime candidates include individuals who have spent too much time sitting at a computer or those with tight, overused muscles from outdoor activities like running, biking and gardening.

These classes also offer a safe re-entry point for students with prior injuries, who are needing to learn how to intelligently re-engage in activities after full recovery from surgery, as well as older students who wish to modify their practice in a supportive environment. 

These classes are appropriate for students who have been released from their doctor’s care and have completed physical therapy.


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PURCHASING CLASSES


All Therapeutic Drop-in classes at DYC are open to all DYC students and as well as the general public.


Students can purchase or use classes in four ways:

1. Sign up online - create a login using your email and a password of your choice (see top right corner of each page on the Dallas Yoga Centers website).

2. Call DYC at 214.443.9642 and register over the phone.

3. Come into the Dallas Yoga Center at 4525 Lemmon Ave, 3rd Floor, Dallas TX 75219.

 (In the 3 story office building across Lemmon from the Whole Foods at Highland Park)


Click here for pricing details.


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SCHEDULE


Dallas Yoga Center :


Therapeutic Yoga                                Monday            9:15am - 10:15am       Chelsey

Therapeutic : Neck & Shoulders      Tuesday           12:00pm - 1:00pm       Jyl

Therapeutic Yoga                                Tuesday            6:00pm - 7:30pm        Jyl

Therapeutic Yoga                                Wednesday     12:00pm - 1:15pm       Jyl

Therapeutic Yoga                                Thursday         12:00pm - 1:00pm       Chelsey

Therapeutic Yoga                                Friday               12:00pm - 1:00pm       Chelsey


Therapeutic : Low Back & Hips         Saturday         10:45am - 11:45am      Jyl




Therapeutic Yoga:



Allows students to re-educate movement patterns, as well as increase body intelligence and awareness with yoga postures. In this class modifications and props are used generously in order to target specific injuries or concerns. Poses are mostly passive with some core stabilization. The aim is to learn how to adapt and modify postures in order to best serve each individual.

Therapeutic yoga is recommended as an aid in regaining full range of motion for all students.

This class is recommended for those working to recover range of motion from prior injuries, learning how to intelligently re-engage after full recovery from surgery, and older students needing to modify their practice.This class is appropriate for students who have been released from their doctor’s care and have completed physical therapy.

Parameters for participation include: the ability to get up and down off the floor without assistance, freedom from medical devices, and no active disc issues. Students with joint replacements may need a private session prior to joining series to learn modifications specific to their replacement and range of motion.

Please feel free to email or call the front desk for additional information or questions regarding this class and to determine if private instruction, a session with one of our holistic practitioners, or a referral to a physician, is a more appropriate direction for your specific circumstance.




Therapeutic Yoga: Neck & Shoulders


The focus in this class is unwinding tension from the neck and shoulders and creating greater range of motion.  Too much time on a computer, looking down while texting, driving, and lifting babies or groceries all create imbalance in our neck and shoulders. Learn how to release the tension in this overused and ignored area of the body and rediscover freedom of movement once again.

Allows students to re-educate movement patterns, as well as increase body intelligence & awareness. In this class modifications and props are used generously in order to target specific injuries or concerns. Poses are mostly passive with some core stabilization. The aim is to learn how to adapt and modify postures in order to best serve each individual.

Therapeutic yoga is recommended as an aid in regaining full range of motion for all students.

Prime candidates include individuals who have spent too much time sitting at a computer or those with tight, overused muscles from outdoor activities like running, biking and gardening.

These classes also offer a safe re-entry point for students with prior injuries, who are needing to learn how to intelligently re-engage in activities after full recovery from surgery, as well as older students who wish to modify their practice in a supportive environment. 

All levels of experience are welcome within guidelines listed below.

Parameters for participation include: the ability to get up and down off the floor without assistance, freedom from medical devices, and no active disc issues.





Therapeutic Yoga: Low Back & Hips


The focus in this class is unwinding tension from the lower back and hips to create greater range of motion. Too much time sitting at a computer, driving, yardwork and even activities like running and biking all create imbalance in the lower body. Learn how to release the tension in this overused and ignored area of the body and rediscover freedom of movement once again. 

Allows students to re-educate movement patterns, as well as increase body intelligence & awareness. In this class modifications and props are used generously in order to target specific injuries or concerns. Poses are mostly passive with some core stabilization. The aim is to learn how to adapt and modify postures in order to best serve each individual.Therapeutic yoga is recommended as an aid in regaining full range of motion for all students.

Prime candidates include individuals who have spent too much time sitting at a computer or those with tight, overused muscles from outdoor activities like running, biking and gardening. These classes also offer a safe re-entry point for students with prior injuries, who are needing to learn how to intelligently re-engage in activities after full recovery from surgery, as well as older students who wish to modify their practice in a supportive environment.

All levels of experience are welcome within guidelines listed below.

Parameters for participation include: the ability to get up and down off the floor without assistance, freedom from medical devices, and no active disc issues.





Jyl Kutsche adjusting student

Jyl Kutsche  believes in bringing an interdisciplinary approach to her teaching, combining technique & flow with a strong emphasis on anatomical alignment while deepening your awareness of sensation in each pose. She has practiced yoga since 1990, and has been teaching since 2006.

She has been a long time student of Tias & Surya Little of Prajna Yoga. She has received both her 200 Hr & 500 Hr certifications through them, and assists them regularly around the country.  She is also a licensed massage therapist and is currently studying shiatsu with Yoshi Nakano.




Chelsey - yoga pose - shoulders and block - 12512398_10156775888175596_7530985622066375091_n


Chelsey Charbeneau  has found her life's purpose in helping people become happier and healthier through her own healing journey. When she began practicing yoga she was an unhealthy person who could barely touch her toes. As her practice became more serious and her lifestyle habits changed she started recognizing the therapeutic effects on her mind, body and soul.
 
Chelsey is a certified yoga therapist, experienced registered yoga teacher with Yoga Alliance and a member of The International Association of Yoga Therapists.  For over six years Chelsey shared her therapeutic yoga at a physical rehabilitation center in southern California. There she has helped to treat and manage many medical conditions and ailments such as chronic back and neck pain, headaches, anxiety, stress and autoimmune diseases. 
 
During visits to family she found the Dallas Yoga Center to be her favorite studio with wide array of classes, and depth of teaching offered. She also discovered sound healing at the Gong Meditation with Kenny and was instantly hooked! Chelsey has recently moved back to her hometown of Dallas, and is excited to join the teaching staff at DYC. 
 
Her expertise covers a wide spectrum from the strict Ashtanga method to a therapeutic approach. She loves to make the experienced yogi crave child's pose and the beginner feel their body for the first time. Her goal is always to provide an experience that is always nurturing, personal and safe.
 

Yoga Therapy Teacher Trainings Part 1 & 2 : E- RYT 500 Hr
Inner Peace Yoga Therapy – March 2013

Bridge Program Teacher Training - 200 Hr
Yoga Works -  May 2010
 
Thai Yoga Massage Teacher Training
Saul David Raye - May 2010

Pre-Natal Teacher Training Part 1 & 2
Yoga Works: Patti Quintero Assad - 2009

Ashtanga Yoga Teacher Training- 200 Hr
Caroline Klebl - 2008


Questions?

Please feel free to email (info@dallasyogacenter.com) or call the front desk (at 214.443.9642) for additional information or questions regarding these classes and to determine if private instruction, a session with one of our integrative wellness practitioners, or a referral to a physician, is a more appropriate direction for your specific circumstances.