Joshua Saxton

Operations Manager
Bodywork
Yoga Instructor

Joshua began his journey of holistic healing in 1995 at the Reilly School of Massotherapy in Virginia Beach. He is a graduate of Amanda McMaine’s 200 hour Essence of Yoga Teacher Training program as well as Matthew Higdon’s 200 hour Subtle Power Yoga Teacher Training program.

Joshua has facilitated a variety of self awareness and body mind integration exercises including; 10 years as group leader with Meditation for Stress Management for the Fayette County Drug Court Program; 8 years as instructor in Anatomy, Kinesiology, structural tissue integrative techniques, and range of motion bodywork with local massage therapy schools; 22 years sharing a variety of yoga classes as well as a variety of wellness workshops. He has worked with professional athletes and teams including our University of Kentucky SEC and NCAA aquatic athletes.

Joshua leads weekly Slow Flow and Special Needs yoga classes at Centered and special needs classes with the Latitude Artist Community and Employment Solutions. He is passionate about assisting others in their journey to mental, physical, and spiritual health and has worked one on one with clients of Hospice, the VA and a variety. He works well with others.

Joshua is experienced in facilitating the movement of the accumulation of stress stored in the body. His bodywork focus is on the rehabilitation and treatment of injury, utilizing range of motion and structural tissue work.

 

Bodywork: Thai, Therapeutic, Deep Tissue, Movement Re-Education, chair. Full body range of motion.
Yoga: one-on-one, weekly classes: Slow Flow, Special Needs.
Meditation: private sessions.
Specializes in adults, people with special needs. Also sees people in transition, clients with PTSD, athletes, injury/surgery recovery.

 

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