During these times of Safer at Home,
Treetop is offering Virtual Sessions via Zoom.
We are also offering a new Group Class:
Classical Yoga Sundays at 10 am!!
Are you ready to commit to your healing from physical and emotional trauma? These times during the Pandemic are so taxing on the body and emotions. Now, more than ever, your skills for your own mental and physical health are crucial for thriving. Are you tired of struggling with chronic pain? Have you have been working with your doctor or physical therapist, but want more individualized practices to maintain your health? If your answer to any of the above is yes, the cutting edge field of Yoga Therapy is an excellent next step for you.
Treetop Yoga Therapy is the only full-time Private Practice of its kind in Fort Collins. Sessions are by appointment, serving your individualized goals in a one on one setting. You need not have any yoga experience. Ena Rodriguez is nationally certified and holds contracts with various agencies in group and private settings. Often working with the diagnosis provided by your medical provider, yoga therapy incoroporates ancient practices for your specific needs. Ena applies various evidence-based approaches to reduce symptoms of mood instablility, PTSD, chronic pain, chemo, musculo-skeletal imbalances, nerve pain and more. The International Association of Yoga Therapists regularly posts results of clinical studies on their site www.IAYT.org, PubMed and Yoga Therapy Today. The mission of yoga therapy is to bridge the gap between western and alternative medical practices using common languaging, clinical studies and complete transparency. Ena Rodriguez has cross referral relationships with doctors, chiros, PT's and shares clients with a clinical psychologist in Northern Colorado for somatic integration and yoga psychology in conjunction with modern trauma protocols.
"I am a surgeon and the ergonomics of my job require a lot of standing, twisting and turning. About 5 years ago I started treatments with Ena Rodriguez. She is exceptionally knowlegeable and skilled. She addressed the nature of my issues and developed a home plan that has kept me pain free. When I do have a flair-up, she continues to provide me skills to deal with my muskulo-skeletal issues at home. I highly recommend seeking her assistance for not only the physical relief, but also the calming, peaceful mental relief yoga therapy provides and missing from most other forms of therapy." -Jerry Collins, Loveland, CO. general surgeon
Treetop Yoga Therapy offers Three Services:
Yoga Therapy Your sessions will include, but are not limited to, classical yoga sequencing with adaptive physical postures (asana), specific breathing exercises (pranayam) and meditation techniqes. Other aspects of yoga therapy are lifestyle coaching, spiritual guidance, applied yoga psychology and yoga philosophy. All practices are discussed first to respect your faith and culture. Ayurveda, a sister science to yoga, types your constitution to determine the best practices to restore balance. Textual references are explained simply and practices are progressive, building on the your feedback, understanding and comfort.
Private Yoga You may wish to simply deepen you practice and have no therapeutic needs. You still love your group classes but wish to know more about yoga and its spiritual components. Originally, yoga was taught individually to provide practices that suit the student's personality, psychological questions, etc. Perhpas you have never even taken a group class; you prefer the personalized experience. Many Treetop clients maintain bi-weekly or quarterly sessions for years to continue progressing with specific modifications and mental focus learned from Treetop sessions. Your private yoga practices are developed to enhance your group studio and home yoga experiences.
Yoga Mentorship Are you in a basic or advanced teacher training? Perhaps you are a provider who wishes to include breath work or new philosophical approaches with your clients or patients. Modern psychology and yogic psychology are distinct in some ways, but very complementary. Personalized coaching can enhance deeper understanding of the texts and specific techniques. As a teacher, what will your methodology be? Are you working on translating your life into your personal voice? Mentorship includes lessons in sanskrit, concepts, stages and styles of meditation, modifications and markers of distress or progress in your yoga students. Mentorship sessions address specific mental and spiritual concepts, including business procedures and professional ethics.
What is iRest® Yoga Nidra? Yoga Nidra is an ancient form of meditation, guided and personally led. iRest, short for Integrative Restoration,was adopted and named such by the US Military in 2006. The researched protocol soothes and heals symptoms of physical and emotional trauma, like those of PTS. The process can also be delivered in a dyad, or a question and answer session. You may lay back or sit up and the result is typically incredibly peaceful. The method is immediately effective and over a few sessions, you will feel deeper insight and emotional resiliency increasing. Ena, one of six iRest teachers in Colorado, facilitates weekly group iRest for InnerBalance Addiction Recovery Center in Loveland, Co as well as her in private sessions.
Treetop Yoga Therapy serves Northern Colorado in Fort Collins, Greeley, Windsor, Loveland, Berthoud, Estes Park, Longmont, Wellington, Boulder, Denver and Cheyenne, Wyoming.
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Ena Rodriguez - Article published in Yoga Therapy Today
The evolution of Treetop Yoga Therapy
Integrative Restoration (iRest®)
Posted by Ena (Burrud) Rodriguez | Apr 24, 2017
Regenerate Magazine – NoCo Wholistic Living Resource
Since our first fire-pit gatherings, the human experience has been a popular discussion. We have expressed our stories through cave drawings, dance and war. We realized purpose through hard won spoils and loss. We have regaled and reflected on our adventures. But, we are not unscathed. After battles and narrow escapes, we shook at the scrape of a tool on a stone or is it a tiger? We experienced fearful visions and performed ceremonies to repel them and other plagues. These rituals, however, did not always work. The concept of healing arises, not only the mending of a broken leg, but also the tending of a wounded mind.