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Citta Vritti Nirodhah"

Yoga Sutras of Patanjali 1.2 

Citta - Mind

Vritti - the influences of the mind

Nirodhah - to cease or suppress

The Eastern Psychology of Yoga is the process of steading the mind through the body via the breath.

Though it is an ancient practice dating back thousands of years, modern scientific research is showing it's benefits to improving our health and wellness. 

We heal in connection

Yoga - from the Sanskrit "yuj" 

to yoke, to  join, to connect

Stressful experiences can leave us feeling exhausted and disconnected from our lives. Knowing we are not alone and connecting with others who share our experience can help us move forward in our healing journey. 

Dr. Vaidya's therapeutic group yoga programs harness the power of community to help you reconnect with yourself and your well-being.

Find out more about groups for Helping Professionals with Burnout. 

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Yoga as Therapy

Yoga Therapy is the application of the practices of Yoga to empower individuals to progress towards greater health and freedom from disease. 


While Mindfulness has taken medical world by storm, it is just one part of the transformative process of yoga. There is so much more that can be applied therapeutically to improve health. 

Learn how to apply the techniques and practices of therapeutic yoga, in the context of western medical science, to help your patients overcome obstacles to achieving health.


Meet Dr. Vaidya

Compassion-it Change Agent

My name is Dr. Shailla Vaidya and it is my goal to help you rest, reset, and rise again. I am a former Emergency Room Physician and Family doctor, with personal experience healing from burnout and concussion. Now, my mission is to take what I have learned on my journey and to help you get your life back.


By combining the science of Western Medicine with the Eastern Mind-Body practice of Yoga, I work to help you understand your physiology, your natural responses, and how you can recover from the effects of stress. The good news is science is proving what the ancient yogis have known for centuries!


The Yoga MD 

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