Cassandra Crnich, MS
Yoga Movement Therapist
E-500 Registered Yoga Teacher
Yoga and Movement Therapy
rooted in the Himalayan Tradition
Cassandra provides education, guidance, and services within the scientific and philosophical studies of Yoga, Yoga Movement Therapy, and Ayurveda.
She received her advanced Yoga Teacher Training through the Himalayan Institute under the guidance of Shari Friedrichsen, Rolf Sovik, Sandra Anderson, and Judy Moulton. She was initiated into the Himalayan Tradition in 2016 by Rolf Sovik (Pandit Upadesh).
Cassandra is a certified and registered Yoga Teacher with the Yoga Alliance at the E-500RYT level and holds the additional following certifications: Ayurvedic Yoga Specialist through the Himalayan Institute, Relax & Renew(R) Trainer under Judith H. Lasater, Level 1 Prenatal Yoga Teacher with Shanti Yoga, and Ayurvedic Treatment Therapist through Hale Pule (Fire Mountain, India). Cassandra holds a Masters degree in the field of Psychology.
Cassandra has been teaching yoga since 2011 and is currently continuing her yoga education within the Himalayan Tradition under the guidance of Jaime Stover Schmitt and the IAYT (Internatial Association of Yoga Therapists) accredited Spanda Yoga Movement Therapy course.
Yoga Therapy is the professional application of the principals and practices of yoga to promote health and well-being within a therapeutic relationship that includes personalized assessment, goal setting, lifestyle management, and yoga practices for individuals or small groups. -IAYT
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“I am a 48 year old man and after 3 back surgeries and years of therapy and cortisone shots, my back was still getting worse. As a last resort, I decided to try yoga therapy. After 3 months of 3 yoga sessions per week with Cassandra, my leg and back pain are gone and my core is greatly strengthened. I have flexibility not seen since I was 20. Cassandra is a patient, encouraging yet persistent instructor with a great deal of compassion. I highly recommend her as a yoga therapist, and especially encourage those with back pain to give her a try.” - A.S.
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