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One-on-one Yoga Therapy Customized to You: 

Yoga therapy is a whole-person care approach that combines traditional yoga with modern psychological insights to support mental health and trauma recovery. No previous yoga experience is required.

Because living a more peaceful life shouldn’t feel out of reach.

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Breathing Deeply Yoga Therapy Certification

Learn Yoga Tools to Improve Your Health and Wellbeing

Yoga Techniques to relieve stress and anxiety, such as movement, mindfulness, and meditation, are layered together based on your individual needs and situation. Every practice is built for you.


A Yoga Journey that's Fit for Your Needs

Whether you are brand new to yoga or a more experienced practitioner, the 1:1 therapeutic yoga practices you will learn will be empowering and evolve as needed. Embark on your unique healing journey through yoga.


One-On-One Yoga Sessions

Yoga Therapy sessions are practiced one-on-one with Yoga Therapist Lauren Albarella. Lauren's sessions are different from a traditional yoga class - they are curated just for you. Receive individualized attention, guidance, and support every step of the way. Elevate your well-being with Lauren's specialized approach to yoga therapy.

Living life to the fullest is hard when you are stuck in survival mode.

Many of my clients cite the following common refrains: 'I just can't handle stress like I used to.' 'I'm tired all of the time.' 'I cannot give myself grace.' 

I'm here to help.

Lauren Albarella, Certified Yoga Therapist, Cincinnati, OH

Navigating the relentless currents of stress, overwhelm, and exhaustion in modern life can feel overwhelming. Many of us grapple with these challenges daily—perhaps you do too.

Enter private yoga therapy: a holistic, time-tested approach tailored to modern needs. Whether you're dealing with chronic stress, trauma recovery, mental health challenges, PTSD, anxiety, depression, or fatigue, yoga therapy provides a grounded, science-backed path to better living. Let me guide you on this journey to healing and post-traumatic growth.

How to Get Started with Yoga Therapy in Three Steps:

  1. Schedule a Free Discovery Call: Click HERE to set up a free discovery call. During this call, we will discuss your situation, and you can ask any questions about yoga therapy. This will help you decide if yoga therapy is the right fit for you.

  2. Choose Your Program: If you decide to proceed, select the program that best suits you (seven sessions, three sessions, or one session at a time). Depending on your geographic location and preference, we can meet in person or virtually via Zoom. 

  3. Begin Your First Session: You can schedule your first session when you decide on your program. Our initial session will be a comprehensive intake, where we will determine the best mix of practices tailored to your needs.

Empowering You through Yoga

Yoga Therapy for Self-Healing:

You can be your own best healer - traditional methods may not provide the relief you desperately need. If you're searching for a holistic approach that addresses the root causes of your suffering and acknowledges the intricate connection between your mind, body, and spirit - enter a tailored yoga therapy program designed just for you.


Through personalized 1:1 sessions and comprehensive educational resources, I'll guide you from overwhelm and pain to empowered healing. Together, we'll explore the interconnectedness of your mental health and overall wellness, paving the way for lasting transformation and a renewed sense of resiliency.


Yoga Therapy Thrive Express

Are you intrigued by the benefits of yoga therapy but feel hesitant due to time constraints or budget limitations? Perhaps you're unsure where to start or how to effectively incorporate yoga into your routine. Despite wanting to experience stress relief through yoga, you're uncertain about committing to a full-fledged program.

Introducing a fast-track approach to yoga therapy tailored for the yoga-curious and budget-conscious. This program offers three sessions focusing on key aspects of yoga practice: asana, pranayama, and meditation. Each session is customized to meet your needs, whether you're a beginner or an experienced practitioner.


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Yoga for Anxiety 

Want a taste of what yoga therapy is like? Sign up for the Anxiety Relief Yoga Practice. This is a suite of yoga tools to help alleviate anxiety symptoms.  It includes a yoga asana practice, pranayama (breathwork), chanting, and meditation. 


The practices can be done as an entire session or used individually OR in various combinations depending on your needs and preferences. 

Book a Discovery Call (a chance to chat  and ask questions about yoga therapy!)

Full body balance with Lauren Albarella
Yoga Practices wiht Lauren Albarella with Infinite Breath Yoga Therapy of Cincinnati Ohio

Looking for an accessible and not intimidating group experience?

My primary work is 1:1 yoga therapy, but I also teach group classes at Kindred Flow Yoga in Cincinnati. If you are local, please check out the studio schedule HERE.

Both classes I teach are trauma-informed, using the tenets of Traum Center Trauma Sensitive Yoga. I teach a slower vinyasa-style class on Wednesday mornings from 9:30-10:45 and a very slow, relaxing (get ready for bed) class on Thursday evenings from 7:30-8:30 PM. 

So, if you are looking for relief through yoga but are not ready or interested in 1:1, please check out my classes.

I am also thrilled to be part of a healing collective, Nourish at be. along with the yoga studio here in Cincinnati, which includes some amazing women. Check that out HERE.

Yoga Therapist, Lauren Albarella with Infinite Breath Yoga Therapy of Cincinnati Ohio
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What is Yoga Therapy?

Healing Modalities with Lauren Albarella with Infinite Breath Yoga Therapy of Cincinnati Ohio

Lauren will use Yoga Therapy tools such as physical postures, breathwork, meditation, sound practices and other mindfulness techniques that are layered together based on your individual needs.

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Book a no-cost discovery call with Lauren

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Why Yoga Therapy?

Yoga Therapy (YT) using the healing power of an ancient practice to build resilience in the body. When we have resiliency, we can tap into our innate ability to heal. Therefore, YT can be used to help manage a lot of different conditions.


How is this possible? 

There are very few healing modalities that consider all layers of being human and are so highly customized. If you incorporate these practices into your life you will gain resilience. YT rebuilds resiliency layer by layer within the human experience. You will be given practices that help to balance your entire being. This is beyond the physical poses most of us know from our yoga classes.


This is why it works.


In YT we use a much broader range of practices–thousands of years old and supported by modern science–to facilitate healing.  These tools are curated for YOU as an individual, working step-by-step through each layer of being.

Why Yoga Therapy?

The Layers of Being (Human)

Layers Being Human

How is your physical/energetic and mental state of being?

  • Can you move without pain?

  • Do you have joint mobility and freedom?

  • Is your muscular strength even and balanced?

  • Do you have steady energy throughout the day?

  • Do you breathe and move with ease?

  • Are you thinking clearly?

  • Do you feel calm and emotionally balanced?

  • Can you be in the present moment?

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How is your intuition and overall state of well-being?

  • Do you trust yourself?

  • Can you release past mistakes and look ahead with clarity?

  • Do you feel your life's purpose?

  • Do you feel a strong connection to others?

  • Can you find joy in simple pleasures?

  • Do you truly love life?

Get more 'yeses' for your health!

Answering yes to all of these questions may seem like a tall order, and it is. But we can use yogic tools to address imbalances in each of these areas, to get more 'yeses' than 'no's', creating better full body balance and ease suffering.

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