Traditional Yoga - Backed by Modern Science - to Create Balance in Body, Mind & Spirit!
Down Dog Diagnostics
Yoga therapy is a gentle practice incorporating the traditional practices of yoga such as breathing and meditative practices to ease stress, and specific movements and postures to strengthen and open the body. It is coupled with modern scientific and medical knowledge to create wellness programs based on the individual’s needs. It is accessible to anyone with issues ranging from a stressful life, to those with stiff, sore muscles, to those living with chronic illness and pain. Looking at the person as a whole, and not just a body part or condition to be fixed, yoga therapy aims to bring balance to that person on all levels of their being.
We all have the innate ability to heal from within. Yoga therapy helps put us back in touch with that ability. If you are experiencing discomfort in your body and in your life, a therapeutic practice could very likely improve your condition and overall health and happiness.
Education, Movement & Stress Reduction
Private Sessions & Group Workshops.
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At Down Dog Diagnostics, LLC, Alicia's specialty is women, working with Anxiety Disorders, Neurological/Autoimmune Disease, Back Care and Women’s Health. She offers private one-on-one sessions as well as group classes and clinics to address the individual’s needs and facilitate them on their path to healing.
Alicia Cuglietta earned her 800-hour certification from Integrative Yoga Therapy and holds a C-IAYT status with The International Association of Yoga Therapists. She is currently teaching her classes and clinics at various locations in Las Vegas, NV. A strong advocate of the therapeutic and healing benefits of yoga, she educates her students and clients in the myriad of traditional yoga practices and techniques to bring about balance and healing in their lives. Her professional interests focus on trauma informed yoga therapy, working with individuals and groups who are experiencing anxiety, panic and PTSD, and her current projects include facilitating a variety of yoga therapy classes at the VA. In addition, she owns and operates Down Dog Diagnostics, LLC Yoga Therapy, and is a supporting member of the International Association of Yoga Therapists. She holds additional certificates in Trauma Informed Yoga Therapy, Mudra Therapy, and TAYMS (adaptive yoga for MS.) To date, her combined yoga/yoga therapy continuing education hours exceed 1200 hours.
with Holistic Tools & Yoga Techniques:
Private Sessions, Group Workshops.