Good & Twisted Yoga

Private Ayurveda Sessions



Jennifer Fahler, E-RYT500, AYS


Stefanie Yeager, RYT-500, AYS


  • 90 minute Initial Private = $120.00
    • prerequisite for the 1 hour session
  • 60 minute Ayurveda Session = $85.00
  • 3, 1-Hour Ayurveda Sessions = $240.00

APPOINTMENT AVAILABILITY (to book:  choose appointment type & start date on calendar at right, and then click “search”) 

  • with Jennifer 
    • Wednesdays 11:00am-12:30pm
  • with Stefanie (to request other times, please email Stefanie directly at
    • Tuesdays 9:00am-2:00pm & 6:00-9:00pm

Existing Clients, please use your current username & password for signing into your account when making your appointment (you do NOT need to create a new account)


Ayurveda, yoga’s “sister science”, is a fascinating system of holistic healing from India that dates back over 5,000 years.      

Ayurvedic Private Sessions are the perfect opportunity for anyone who is curious to learn more about ayurveda and apply its wisdom to improve their daily life and health!

Prior to your 90 minute initial session, you will receive an intake form to complete and return before to your appointment (including a dosha quiz which will help us to better understand your unique ayurvedic constitution of vata, pitta and kapha).     

Based on the information from your intake form,  we will discuss your lifestyle, any issues you’re experiencing and want to address, and your end goals. From an Ayurvedic perspective, we will look at your energy level, diet, sleep, yoga practices, and other parts of your life that may be the root cause of imbalances.

Together we’ll create a daily routine (called dinacharya) that will bring more regularity and balance to your life.  We may suggest certain foods, herbs and body treatments to support your healing.  Follow up appointments will be used to discuss what worked well/what didn’t work well for you, challenges and successes you encountered, and to fine-tune your daily routine to support continued growth.

 Any recommendations are intended to be educational and not a substitute for the skill, knowledge and experience of a qualified medical professional dealing with the facts, circumstances and symptoms of a particular case. Because each person and situation is unique, it is the responsibility of the reader to consult a physician or other qualified health-care professional regarding his or her personal care.