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Yoga Therapy has a wide range of applications, and can help to support Stress Management, Chronic Pain, Chronic Fatigue, Anxiety, Musculoskeletal Issues, Effects of Cancer Treatments, Weight Loss, Depression, Movement Disorders, Increasing Energy, Focus, & Concentration.


Accessible to anyone - from beginners to experienced practitioners, yoga therapy sessions offer strategies for easing mental and physical tension.  Modifications to traditional yoga exercises are always offered and sessions are tailored to suit the specific needs of each participant. Chairs and other props are used to enhance relaxation, comfort and support.

Kimberli Boyd is an experienced Yoga Therapist having attained the highest level of credentialing awarded in the field of Yoga Therapy as designated by the International Association of Yoga Therapists (IAYT). Member of the Yoga Alliance, Black Yoga Teacher Alliance & The International Association of Yoga Therapist. Specializing in Public & Private Classes & Workshops, Retreats, Conferences, Workplace Wellness, Community Wellness Events.

A student of Queen Afua, internationally known author, nutritional healer and founder of the Queen Afua Wellness Center, Kimberli believes that “self-care is the best and most affordable healthcare.” Her essay, “We Are At Our Best When We Are Healing” is included in the book, PLANET HEAL: Healers Uniting Throughout the Diaspora, Volume 1.  

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Private Sessions

Groups Classes

Wellness Events




Spirit Filled YOGA Flow

(See Current Schedule Here)

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Gentle & RESTorative YOGA

Additional Programs

Spirit Filled YOGA Institute

YOGA for Young Learners

Workplace & Staff Wellness Presentations: 

STOP Stress at Your Desk

Self-Care for:

Teachers, Early Childhood Educators, Parents, Caregivers, Clergy

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