Therapeutic Yoga Sessions


* Does your energy start to wane mid-afternoon and you don’t want to rely on caffeine to keep you going?
* Is that nagging back pain still getting in the way of your golf game?
* Are you searching for a holistic approach to treating anxiety or depression?
* Do you want to start moving more but don’t feel excited about going to the gym?
* Are you suffer from migraines that make it impossible to concentrate?
* Is your doctor telling you to lower your blood pressure?

These are just a few reasons why people rely on therapeutic yoga. The bottom line is they want to take control of their health & well-being!


Yoga today is very focused on physical practice, essentially becoming another form of exercise. But more traditionally, it is a highly individualized application of practices for one student, designed to bring about a desired change.

For example, you might want to sleep better. You might want to increase your confidence. Or, you may want to make more mindful choices, such as what to eat or where to spend your energy.

Yoga practices include much more than movement: there are also breathing techniques, meditation, use of sound or affirmations, diet, and lifestyle suggestions. Therapeutic Yoga works with the whole person: physical, mental, emotional (& sometimes) spiritual levels.

Whether you’re an experienced yoga practitioner or a complete beginner, looking to achieve a particular wellness goal or simply looking to regain the quality of your life, therapeutic yoga can help.

Who is Therapeutic Yoga for?

People of all shapes, sizes, conditions, and ages use Therapeutic Yoga as a natural way to stay healthy or to address nagging wellness issues that remain unsolved by other modalities.

Do you absolutely need to get back to your daily run?
Are you desperate to feel more energetic, or to sleep better?
Are you looking to heal your digestive issues more quickly?
Do you wish you could respond to life’s challenges from a calmer, more centered place?
Are you wanting to feel like your old self again?

If you’re looking for techniques that are holistic, non-invasive, & complementary to other modalities–where you can take an active role in your health–then Therapeutic Yoga is a great solution.

Yes, I’d like to take a more active role in restoring my health!


Sessions are held in my offices in Waltham or Watertown, MA.
If you’re in the Boston area, I may also be able to travel to your home or workplace. Just ask.

Roy is a 67-year old squash player who teaches others to play.

He developed a “bum shoulder” that started to affect his game, and saw a chiropractor every week who “fixed him.”

Roy is a WINNER, and isn’t going to lose a match because of pain. But off the court, his shoulder was a nagging issue.

After a few therapeutic yoga sessions, Roy’s pain eased & he enjoyed playing again.

What’s more, he shared what he learned with his future students so they didn’t experience the same injury.

Here’s what my clients say:


“You can immediately tell Kali has a deep understanding of the human body and how to SAFELY build strength, flexibility and release tension through movement and breath.”


“I suffer from chronic low back pain due to my herniated discs. I started practicing with Kali and started seeing immediate benefits.”


“Kali is able to clearly demonstrate and instruct on the various poses, helps you adapt (via use of blocks, etc.) so that you can work within your physical limitations, and is nonjudgmental about your abilities or lack thereof.”


“I left feeling re-energized, appreciative and more connected to my body. I wasn’t comfortable starting my own practice until I met Kali. I’ve slowly implemented changes that have improved the quality of my life!”


“Kali took the time to understand my physical condition instead of just throwing out a generic routine. I have back issues and she catered the routine to help me.”


“Kali took the time to focus on proper form in each posture and cued entries in ways I hadn’t heard before. She was very knowledgeable on a different level regarding muscle function and postural alignment.”

Not sure? Schedule some time to talk to Kali first.