Lifestyle Coaching

How to Sign-Up

Understand your session will be designed to meet your goals, needs and imbalances.

Sessions are scheduled by appointment only. Call or TEXT Elizabeth 262-894-3442

Consultation Preparation

Download, Fill out, Print & bring Informed Consent Form and Dosha Test to your first session:
or email me your completed form

Informed Consent Form

Dosha Test Evaluate your constitution regarding Ayurveda-Learn More

It’s very helpful for me to customize your session if I know where your energy is open or blocked within your Chakras. I trust this Chakra site.

Please print and bring documents with you to your first session.

Arrive 1/2 hour early to fill-out paperwork before your session start time

Thank you for your interest in an ultimate experience in deep body tension release!

No prior yoga experience is required.


What is Assisted Yoga? It is a style of bodywork that incorporates Yoga Poses (Asana) to stretch, move joints, manipulate, compress, shake, vibrate and other healing techniques known to Thai Massage.

How is a session performed? Yoga Therapists use sensitive caring touch to place clients in yoga poses while they relax and receive. These private sessions cultivate balance of the body’s energy meridians, increasing circulation and flexibility.

Where is Assisted Yoga performed? Customarily, it is performed on a floor mat.

How long is a session? Sessions can be 1/2 hour, 1 hour, 1 & 1/2 hour or last up to 2 hours

What do I wear? Wear loose-fitting or stretchy clothing that allows your body to move. No oils are needed. The unique therapeutic style dramatically transforms the client and the Therapist enters into a meditative awareness.

                  Thai Yoga

Leg stretch

Assisted Hamstring Stretch

Allow me to assist your yoga!

Why Schedule an Assisted Yoga session? Everyone deserves love and attention. Being kind to yourself allows you to better care for the ones you love (hopefully you are in that list too).

I work with my clients in a variety of positions, including prone, supine, side-lying, and seated. Each position and technique is adapted so you can stay in a meditative state.