Down Dog Diagnostics Yoga Therapy

Putting You On The
Path to Wellness


Alicia Cuglietta of Down Dog Diagnostics, LLC has been practicing
Yoga in its various forms since 2000 and has been teaching
since 2002. Originally certified by Living Yoga Program out of Austin, TX, she has taught all around the Las Vegas Valley.

She has studied Yoga Therapy intensively for the past two years, and most recently with her mentors Maria Kali Ma of Functional Yoga Therapy and Joseph Le Page of Integrative Yoga Therapy. Alicia holds a 500 hour certification in Integrative Yoga Therapy (IYT) and is currently working on her 1000 hour internship with them.   In addition, she is a certified TAYMS teacher (Therapeutic Adaptive Yoga for Multiple Sclerosis) and teaches for the MS Society.


Alicia is a Registered Yoga Teacher with Yoga Alliance at the RYT-500 level.  She founded Northwest Yoga Studio in Las Vegas, NV and continues to teach there offering group therapeutic and restorative classes and workshops.

Alicia enjoys bringing her unique blend of gentle to moderate Yoga to a wide variety of students of all ages and abilities

Not Just Yoga Therapy

There is more than Yoga Therapy on the menu! Down Dog Diagnostics, LLC offers prenatal yoga, yoga for beginners as well as Vinyasa Flow style classes and corporate yoga programs! Visit our "classes" page for more information.

What is Yoga Therapy?

Yoga Therapy is the application of traditional yoga practices coupled with modern scientific knowledge to create wellness programs to ease or alleviate conditions that afflict many of us. A few examples are back pain, neck pain, arthritis, PMS, anxiety, Chronic Fatigue, MS, tension headaches, and asthma, just to name a few.  If you are experiencing discomfort in your body and in your life, a therapeutic practice could improve your condition and overall health and happiness. 

About Yoga

The practice of yoga can have a variety of benefits.  It can reduce stress, tone the body, increase your energy and reduce depression and anxiety, as well as bring comfort to those with chronic conditions. 

"If you can breathe, you can do yoga."  It's true! Yoga can fit the needs of anyone who wishes to try it. You can have any kind of body type, any medical condition,  be any age, be fit or unfit, have injuries, be flexible, or, for that matter, feel mostly inflexible.

All bodies and situations are different, and yoga is as much about bringing balance to your body and your life as it is about getting stronger and becoming more flexible.  


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