Holistic & Embodied Healing

through the power of yoga

utilizing mind-body techniques

to support our mental wellbeing

Our classes are designed to be supportive of mental wellbeing by utilizing mind body centering techniques, meditation, guided visualizations, trauma informed language, and the practice of embodiment.

All of our yoga is...

haes aligned
aimed to provide accessible yoga
trauma informed

Here's what our time can look like together...

Group Yoga Series

Theme limited-time yoga series running for 4-6 weeks at a time that are supportive of mental wellbeing. We consider our therapeutic yoga to be an adjunct service and is not a replacement for or is mental health therapy.

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Group Yoga Event

One-time themed yoga group class that is supportive of mental wellbeing. We consider our therapeutic yoga to be an adjunct service and is not a replacement for or is mental health therapy.

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Private Therapeutic Yoga

1:1 therapeutic yoga sessions is the where art of blending yoga with psychology meet. Experience the intersection of eastern and western philosophies for your mental wellness. Our yoga therapists are licensed mental health professionals and registered yoga teachers. Therapeutic yoga sessions aim to grow your tools for grounding, centering techniques, breathing practices, gentle movement, chakra, and yoga philosophies   
 
This is an adjunct service to your mental health counseling you are doing and we recommend that you are working with a therapist in addition to your therapeutic yoga work. We consider our therapeutic yoga to be an adjunct service and is not a replacement for or mental health therapy.

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Something we have taken from our 2020 experience is that by providing in person, live stream, and a hybrid option allows us to serve our community both near and far in the most effective way. Our hybrid option is when an event will in person and live while also be live streamed allowing us allow to practice together in real time.

Hybrid learning

frequently asked questions

What if I have never done yoga before?

Our yoga services aim to be accessible meaning we teach with making yoga shapes accessible to your body. We do that through utilizing chairs and yoga supports that allow you to experience the practice best designed for your body. That also means teaching to someone who is new to a yoga practice. If you have specific concerns we recommend reaching out to the yoga teacher directly and discussing them prior to a session.

Who can attend a group therapeutic yoga series?

Anyone can attend a group therapeutic yoga series. These series operate very much like the flow of a group yoga class at a mainstream studio. We do not verbally process, treat a diagnosis, or provide mental health counseling during the group classes. They are adjunct services to support your mental wellbeing by teaching tools to support the mind body connection, utilizing yoga philosophy, mind body centering techniques, guided meditation, visualization, and utilize trauma informed language. We consider our therapeutic yoga to be an adjunct service and is not a replacement for or is mental health therapy.

What if I have never done yoga before?

Our yoga services aim to be accessible meaning we teach with making yoga shapes accessible to your body. We do that through utilizing chairs and yoga supports that allow you to experience the practice best designed for your body. That also means teaching to someone who is new to a yoga practice. If you have specific concerns we recommend reaching out to the yoga teacher directly and discussing them prior to a session.

Who can attend a group therapeutic yoga series?

Anyone can attend a group therapeutic yoga series. These series operate very much like the flow of a group yoga class at a mainstream studio. We do not verbally process, treat a diagnosis, or provide mental health counseling during the group classes. They are adjunct services to support your mental wellbeing by teaching tools to support the mind body connection, utilizing yoga philosophy, mind body centering techniques, guided meditation, visualization, and utilize trauma informed language. We consider our therapeutic yoga to be an adjunct service and is not a replacement for or is mental health therapy.

meet the yoga teachers

Angela Prior

LCSW, RYT, CIEC

Raychel Yearsley

LPP, NCC, RYT

Amanda Dunnavant - Cockerham

RYT

It is Angela's belief that yoga holds the special key to unlocking the mind and body connection which can be a powerful tool in emotional, physical, and spiritual health. The experience that happens on the mat can be seen as an extension of therapy. Angela is also a trauma informed teacher and believes in the power of language and consent in her teaching. She teaches from a HAES approach.


Amanda is an artist and inclusive therapeutic yoga teacher. She spends her days exploring how creativity can work for us. She does this through her artwork and exploring the body and movement through curiosity. Amanda is an inclusive teacher who cares about yoga for all mobility kinds and believes anyone can create a sustainable-for-life movement practice by cultivating clear self-seeing followed by recognizing in action our needs which are shifting, dynamic, and interesting.


Raychel teaches from the belief that connecting to the body and its wisdom can bring about transformation and growth and that bringing self-compassion and gentleness to the yoga practice can renew the relationship with the body. Raychel works from a Health at Every Size (HAES) approach in all areas of life and is passionate about making yoga accessible to every body.

upcoming events

Collaboration with Yoga for Eating Disorders
Tender and Fierce Self-Compassion 6 week yoga series

Self-compassion comes from the desire to alleviate our suffering. Sometimes this requires tender and soft acceptance of “being with” ourselves. Other times, self-compassion needs to be fierce, standing up for ourselves, or finding the courage to take a new path. When used in support of recovery, self-Compassion can be a powerful tool to help us activate our inner caregiver, self-kindness, self-worth, self-acceptance, inner strength to set boundaries, and to walk the path of recovery.

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“Angela is so knowledgeable about the body, but especially about helping students move away from judgement and toward awareness and eventually acceptance.”

- Morgan -

"This was my second class to attend AP Counseling and Yoga, I can't even express how much I love the counselors and teachers here. You can’t find a single class like theirs anywhere else. Each class is focused on every individual and the practice carries out into my daily life. I am so grateful to have found such a wonderful place to heal and open my soul. I feel at home, I highly encourage your try this place."

- Elizabeth -

- Rachel -

"First class I’ve ever been to that focused on connecting with my body , not just performance or pushing."

testimonials from our yoga warriors

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1:1 therapeutic yoga session is the where art of blending yoga with psychology meet. Experience the intersection of eastern and western philosophies for your mental wellness.  Our yoga therapists are licensed mental health professionals and registered yoga teachers. Therapeutic yoga sessions  aim to grow your tools for grounding, centering techniques, breathing practices, gentle movement, chakra, and yoga philosophies   
 
This is an adjunct service to your mental health counseling you are doing and we recommend that you are working with a therapist in addition to your therapeutic yoga work. We consider our therapeutic yoga to be an adjunct service and is not a replacement  for or mental health therapy.

Private Therapeutic Yoga