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Yoga Therapy Center

The Yoga Therapy Center is an online group practice of IAYT-certified, highly trained Yoga Therapists ready to support your journey to a healthier body and mind. Book a telehealth consultation below.


Yoga Therapists

The Yoga Therapy Center offers professional yoga therapy sessions by our experienced IAYT-certified Yoga Therapists. These therapists have graduated from rigorous yoga therapy programs and schools (with at least 800 hours of certified training in yoga and related fields of healthcare), and bring that professionalism to our clinic team. Each has years of training and clinical experience. Your therapist will bring wisdom and modern scientific knowledge of health to your yoga practice.


The Yoga Therapy Clinic services include support in managing stress, anxiety or seasonal depression, personalizing your practice for your body and intentions, support for injury recovery & disease management, starting or deepening your meditation or mindfulness practice, or simply deepening your knowledge of yoga and Ayurveda.

Book a Yoga Therapist

Schedule a Session

Below, you will find links to schedule an initial intake or follow-up session with one of our Yoga Therapists. You will be directed to our booking platform to schedule and pay in advance of the session. You will hear back from the therapist shortly after the booking is made. The therapist will share their Zoom clinic room link and confirm the date and time of the session.

Yoga Therapists

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Initial Consultation: 1-2 hrs

Followup Consultation: 50 min

Casey Roberts, AHC, IAYT

Casey Roberts, AHC, IAYT

Arun Deva, DASc, AD, IAYT

Arun Deva, DASc, AYT, E-RYT(500), C-IAYT, YTRx practices yoga and Ayurveda. Quietly. Mostly in Los Angeles. But he also travels to teach. And this could perhaps be not so quiet. In fact, he tends to get a little passionate about his favorite subject: the surcease of suffering. He likes to wander about looking for the Buddha in every face he sees. And this sometimes, as you may imagine, is quite challenging. Arun is a graduate of the American Institute Of Ayurveda; Ayurvedic Practitioner (NAMA), Ayurvedic Yoga Therapist (NAMA), Yoga Therapist (IAYT) and a Vinyasa Krama certified yoga teacher (E-RYT500). The founder of Arunachala Yoga & Ayurveda, Arun has the pleasure of serving both the National & State Ayurvedic Associations: NAMA & CAAM for over 15 years. Currently he heads NAMA’s Committee for Ayurvedic Yoga Therapy. Arun teaches internationally, lectures at Conferences, writes articles for different publications, has been featured on both radio and television and has a clinic for consultations and various treatments including pancakarma and yoga therapy in Los Angeles/West Hollywood. He also teaches the Ayurveda and Yoga modules for many Teacher Training Programs around the world and is Director of Ayurveda at LMU’s YTRX Program. Arun has often presented at both the NAMA and SYTAR Conferences. Born in India, where he began his studies as a child, Arun has made his home in Los Angeles since 1977.
Arun Deva, DASc, AD, IAYT

Yoga Therapy Sessions

A Yoga Therapy initial consultation (session) is a 90 to 120-minute process of discovery. The Yoga Therapist will ask questions to assess your current state of health as well as determine needs and goals of your Yoga Therapy plan. Suggestions for further practice will also be given.

Each session includes:

Current Health Review

Personalized Yoga Therapy Practice

Long-term Yoga Therapy Plan

Health Review

Determine relevant information

What you hope to seek with Yoga Therapy can often be seen in many aspects of our health and overall wellness. The initial intake will include a discussion about your personal health history as it related to what you hope to achieve with Yoga Therapy.

Your goals, your practice

Your Yoga Therapist will discuss any relevant information you wish to share. While you will not be asked to share any information you do not want to, the more information your Yoga Therapist has on your overall health picture will allow them to create a practice and long-term plan for you that is both effective, accessible and enjoyable.

Your Yoga Practice

Yoga designed for you

Your Yoga Therapist will create a customized practice of physical movements (asana), breath work (pranayama), and meditation in balance with your unique needs and goals. By guiding you in a practice designed specifically for you, your Yoga Therapist will help you discover your ideal yoga experience.

Discover the benefits of Yoga

Whatever you are hoping to explore through Yoga Therapy, your Yoga Therapist will guide you to explore the many different facets of what a yoga practice can entail. Depending on your needs, goals, and experience, yoga can look different for everyone.With the help of your Yoga Therapist, you can find the yoga that works for you, and will keep working for you.

Long-term Yoga Therapy Plans

Take-home practice

Your Yoga Therapist will provide you with a practice that you can take home and use in your normal day-to-day life. The ability to incorporate these practices into everyday living is essential to creating lasting benefits, and your Yoga Therapist can help you discover the best way to do that for you and your life.

Ongoing Yoga Therapy

The best way to get the most out of your Yoga Therapy is to return for follow-ups with your Yoga Therapist so that you can address your progress and evolution. While it may be possible to find one practice that works forever, many people find that after addressing one imbalance, another may appear. Working with your Yoga Therapist allows you the opportunity to watch your own practice evolve.

Follow-up Sessions

Go Deeper, Get Better Results

After your initial consultation, it is often recommended to return for follow-up sessions. A series of appointments allows time for clients to integrate their recommendations, explore new insights and observations, and delve deeper into creating a more solid and sustained balance. Lasting balance comes in stages, each of which requires new insights and shifts in direction. The Yoga Therapist may adjust and add to current recommendations or address new health concerns as they become a priority. Follow-up consultations are one half-hour to an hour in length.