164 Green St. Doylestown
Join us for a Yoga Therapy Information Session led by Joe Simek, Dragonfly owner and Certified Yoga Therapist (C-IAYT). In this free session, Joe will explain the practice of yoga therapy, offering an introductory look into this emerging field and how it differs from traditional yoga classes.
Whether you’re suffering from chronic physical or mental pain and are wondering if yoga therapy is right for you, or you’re a healthcare professional interested in how yoga therapy might help your patients, this seminar is a great place to start.
Joe will explain the evaluation tools he uses to assess his clients and how yoga therapy uses a holistic approach to help heal chronic pain. He’ll also give an overview of how Yoga Therapists work with a wide range of chronic conditions, taking a few minutes to briefly explain his work with each of these conditions:
Back Pain (Scoliosis, Sciatica, etc.)
There will also be time for questions. Free Preregistration is required. Space is limited, so register today!
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ABOUT JOE SIMEK
Joe Simek is an Internationally Certified Yoga Therapist (C-IAYT 875-Hours), a 500-Hour Level Yoga Teacher, and co-owner of Dragonfly Yoga. He has been teaching yoga for more than a decade. As a seasoned meditator and long-time practicing Quaker, Joe is well versed in contemplative traditions, which he has used to improve his physical health, find sobriety, and deepen his personal and spiritual evolution.
Joe has completed over a thousand hours of yoga training. He studied Yoga Therapy (including 150 clinic hours) and Peaceful Weight Loss Through Yoga at Breathing Deeply Yoga Therapy, where he was also a teaching assistant for six years. He also studied Advanced Vinyasa Yoga with Rolf Gates.
Joe has experience bringing yoga to a variety of special populations including emotion support students in Central Bucks School District, young adults at Valley Youth House, patients at Avenues Recovery Center, and clients at the Kin Cancer Center.
In 2016, Joe co-founded The Fiaria Project, a non-profit organization that aids foster children. Joe holds a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from Arizona State University.