Supporting Health & Healing
Wellbeing for Life
Yoga Therapy & Supportive Therapies in Bloomington Indiana.
Specializing in Therapy for Neurological Conditions,
Chronic Pain & Long-term Health Challenges.
We are committed to authenticity and quality—
providing in-depth, individualized therapies and support for women of all ages,
and bringing the benefits of yoga therapy and compassion in health care to women
in Bloomington IN and Indianapolis.
For over twenty years, Second Nature Wellbeing for Life has provided in-home, individualized therapy for healing and recovery in Bloomington Indiana and surrounding areas—ensuring access to therapy for those who find movement challenging, are easily tired due to illness, or require in-home therapy due to injury or disability.
Women with health challenges are more than a sum of their symptoms or diagnosis—they are actively engaged in life and living. We encourage and support our clients as individuals on a life continuum, providing compassionate therapy which is safe, beneficial, and appropriate to their current abilities and changing health circumstances.
Second Nature Yoga Therapy offers a person-centered alternative to mainstream therapies, supporting women with lifelong health conditions or in need of long-term therapy. The simple, common-sense, and sustainable approach of yoga therapy is a cornerstone for improving overall quality of life—bringing positive change and healing to the physical body as well as the mind.
Yoga therapy sessions with a C-IAYT yoga therapist are offered in Bloomington Indiana and the Indianapolis area for women living with a neurological condition such as multiple sclerosis or Parkinson's, managing chronic pain, undergoing cancer treatment or in recovery, and for therapeutic rehabilitation.
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Second Nature Yoga Therapy
Second Nature supports women through individualized yoga therapy and lifestyle therapy. Mental health and emotional resilience, physiological soundness, healthful and nourishing eating habits, as well as our relationship with others and ourselves, are each a component of yoga therapy.