We are proud & joyful to announce our collaboration with the Dallas Yoga Center (DYC) to bring high-quality Therapeutic Yoga to the Dallas community. Together, our vision is to be at the forefront of demonstrating how yoga can be therapeutically applied to reintegrating body, mind, and spirit. We hope that through this meaningful partnership, we can assist in introducing yoga as an authentic and effective adjunct wellness therapy and inspiring people to live more mindful & healthy lives.
Dallas Yoga Center is North Texasâ€™ trusted yoga center that delivers intelligent, personalized, and authentic yoga through its expert teachers, broad scope & depth of classes, and commitment to conscious community development.
Therapeutic Yoga is a particularly effective practice for those recovering from or living with injury or illness. Therapeutic Yoga blends restorative yoga, gentle yoga, breath-work, and guided meditation techniques in such a way to restore balance to the body and reduce stress. In these classes, modifications and props are used generously in order to target specific injuries, concerns & conditions. Poses are mostly passive with some core stabilization. The aim is to learn how to adapt and modify postures in order to best serve each individual on their unique path to healing.
Click each title for description Beginners Yoga Mon 12:00 pm â€“ 1:00 pm Susan Austin Drop-In Chair Yoga Tues 10:30 am â€“ 11:30 am Jyl Kutsche Drop-In Yoga for Necks & Shoulders Tues 12:00 pm â€“ 1:00 pm Jyl Kutsche Drop-In Beginners Yoga Tues 5:15 pm â€“ 6:15 pm Molly Knochel Drop-In Yoga for Diabetes Weds 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Susan Austin Drop-In Yoga for Low Back & Hips Sat 9:00 am â€“ 10:00 am Jyl Kutsche Drop-In
All classes are purchased through Dallas Yoga Center directly. No payments will be processed at Carpathia. Clients can purchase or use classes in four ways:
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- 2. Call DYC at 214.443.9642 and register over the phone.
- 3. Come into our studio at 4525 Lemmon Ave, 3rd Floor, Dallas TX 75219. (In the 3 story office building across Lemmon Ave from the Whole Foods at Highland Park)
- 4. If they are already a DYC student or member â€“ their membership and class packs can be used at DYC Carpathia.
Jyl Kutsche believes in bringing an interdisciplinary approach to her teaching, combining technique & flow with a strong emphasis on anatomical alignment while deepening your awareness of sensation in each pose. She has practiced yoga since 1990, and has been teaching since 2006.
She has been a long time student of Tias & Surya Little of Prajna Yoga. She has received both her 200 Hr & 500 Hr certifications through them, and assists them regularly around the country. She is also a licensed massage therapist and is currently studying shiatsu with Yoshi Nakano.
Susan Austin started her yoga practice in college, but after fulfilling that PE requirement, she stopped practicing. The seed, however, had been planted. Susan remained physically active as exercising helped relieve the stress of the practice of law, and litigation specifically. In a continuing effort to stay in shape and mitigate the inevitable signs of the relentless march of time, Susan discovered yoga again, but this time she was ready to really explore the practice.
Susan's analytical outlook and intellectual curiosity has helped her enjoy her practice and the teacher training at DYC. She continues to learn and better understand spiritual, mental, and physical health thru yoga. Susan has also found that, at least on the mat, the march of time is a little slower....
Paula Weithman uses a mindfulness based practice to guide students into a place of receptivity that develops sensitivity, intuition and self-acceptance. Paula has a background in counseling, rehab and bodywork. She has been practicing yoga regularly since 1982 and meditates using the Pureland Buddhist tradition. Her yoga background is diverse and she continues to study with senior teachers believing a beginner's mind is a fresh mind. She believes that yoga is a medicine for the body as well as the mind, and she incorporates her background as a yoga therapist and mindfulness based psychotherapist into her private practice.
She has training through the Iyengar tradition, certified at the Intermediate Jr.2 level, and the Scarvelli method through Namaste International, and is registered at the 500 hour level with Yoga Alliance.
Molly Knochel has always loved movement as a means of self-expression, personal growth, and pure pleasure. She studied ballet and modern dance throughout her life, and after receiving her BFA in dance in 2007, she danced professionally in NYC for several years. Finding that yoga grounded and balanced her both mentally and physically, she first approached yoga as a great way to cross train as a dancer. When the rigors of pursuing a career in dance no longer seemed to be serving her, she shifted her focus to yoga. She earned her 200 RYT from YogaWorks in 2012 and dove into teaching Vinyasa in Brooklyn.
Molly joined the Dallas Yoga Center staff in 2015, and is excited to learn from the teachers and students of this community. Molly enjoys a steady yet playful, vigorous but mindful, approach to her personal practice, and aims to give her students that kind of experience in her classes.
Rehabilitate ~ Rejuvenate ~ Restore