Back issues are unique. The legs, the position of the pelvis and shoulders even the head have a strong influence on back health and every person has their specific needs.

Certified Iyengar Teacher and Yoga Therapist, Kerry Doyle designed AHA’s Back Care Program to help students alleviate pain and ease structural imbalances. Our multi-faceted program allows you to tailor an approach so your specific needs are addressed. As a result, you can begin to feel relief, create new patterns of awareness and learn how to balance strength and flexibility.

“Yoga teaches us to cure what need not be endured and endure what cannot be cured.”

B.K.S. Iyengar

How Yoga Helps

Yoga provides a holistic approach to back care – it has an effect on the body, the breath and the mind. Yoga is about moving towards balance. You will learn how to release tight muscles and how to strengthen areas of weakness. Recent medical studies demonstrate that Iyengar yoga has been an effective approach to back health.

About our Back Care Program

Individual Evaluation – Provides a one-on-one assessment of your needs. We evaluate imbalances of the body and give you a short practice of simple, specific poses to begin to practice at home

Back Care Clinic AHA’s Back Care Clinic provides a follow up to your Individual Evaluation session.  This gives you an opportunity to ask questions, refine or deepen your understanding. We expand on your home practice and introduce more poses. You receive individualized help and attention.

Specialty Back Care/Gentle Yoga Classes – Our Back Care and Gentle yoga classes provide ongoing relief and support for a practice of yoga that contributes to your overall health.  Classes are small in size, so you receive individual attention.  Teachers are certified Iyengar teachers, which means they are highly trained and focus on healthy alignment in postures.


$150 – Back-care Package – includes:

Individual evaluation (1-hour)

2- one hour private sessions

Email to schedule your individual session and get started!

“Yoga is a process of replacing old patterns with new and more appropriate patterns.”

~Sri T Krishnamacharya