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Nancy Gage is a Certified Yoga Therapist recognized by the International Association of Yoga Therapists

(C-IAYT) completing her yoga therapy training with Inner Peace Yoga Therapy . She also E-RYT 500 , Experienced Registered
500 hour yoga teacher with Yoga Alliance. Nancy is a Florida native, a Palm Beach Atlantic University graduate and founded Yoga Path in 2013.

Most recently received certification from Duke University Integrative Medicine for Yoga Therapy for Seniors. She began her journey in yoga over 20 years ago. Over the years as the interest and connection deepened Nancy began to see the endless benefits yoga can have on all of us. Nancy has studied with David Keil "Functional Anatomy," Nischala Joy Deva "Yoga for Heart Disease," Maria Kali Ma "Functional Yoga Therapy," Dr. Marc Halpern "Ayurveda and Yoga Therapy," Neil Pearson PT and many other powerful teachers that have influenced her practice. Being a professional guardian and advocate for seniors, her interest in yoga has grown into a mission to share the knowledge with others and create a true Yoga Community, a place to come and reconnect with yourself and others, creating a road map for your personal path of self-discovery. 


To book a Yoga Therapy session with Nancy, email


The goal of a Certified Yoga Therapist is to educate our clients to become more independent and not depend on a therapist.  Providing the tools needed to follow their path of self-discovery and self-empowerment leading them towards self-healing. 


Below are some reasons why one might use a IAYT Certified Yoga Therapist:


  • Working with you one on one to develop a self-care regime specifically for your needs.

  • Improve your golf game or other athletic skills such as tennis, swimming, skiing, hiking etc…..

  • Alternative method to assist you in alleviating chronic pain or symptoms from chronic diseases.

  • Collaborating with your physician or rehabilitation center after Knee replacements, hip replacements, and back surgery.

  • Digestive disturbances, anxiety, stress, trauma, depression

  • New to yoga or have physical limitations


This is a whole body approach to healing, incorporating 5 Koshas.  It is the yoga system of the five layers of the human system. The illustration below is sometimes used as a visual to relating the Koshas like a nesting of dolls, one fitting neatly inside the other.



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