Steven Inghram is a forever learner, teacher, and therapist, who has studied and practiced yoga as a living/breathing philosophy since college. He believes that yoga not only has the capacity to bring about positive change, it has the power to transform all aspects of our lives for the better.
In 2010, Steven earned a Bachelor of Music in Music Performance from Moravian College and has recently graduated with a Master of Science in Yoga Therapy from Maryland University of Integrative Health. His intro into yoga began at a point in college where he was experiencing severe anxiety which eventually led to panic attacks. Ultimately, this is what led him to seek a better way of living.
Steven teaches various classes, workshops, and retreats around the United States and works with yoga therapy clientele in the Philadelphia area. He is also a Reiki Master in the Usui Reiki tradition.
His personal mission is to educate individuals and groups how to integrate yogic practices and philosophies into their daily lives so they may live with greater ease and well-being.
Personal Website: www.steveninghram.com
I enjoy educating individuals about their health and empowering them to make the necessary lifestyle changes to lead lives of greater health, well-being, and vitality. One of the greatest things to see is the progress people make along their journey!
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I offer a free 15 minute phone call in order to educate the potential student about my services and to see if what I offer is the right fit. If the client decides that they would like to work with me we will set up the first appointment then.
Master of Science in Yoga Therapy
500-Hour Yoga Teacher Training
200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training
I do have a standard pricing system, however, would like to discuss this with each individual privately.
My desire to teach came out of my personal journey with anxiety and panic attacks. My goal now is to help others create lasting and healthy lifestyle changes.
The primary population I work with is primarily 30+. I've worked with individuals with many different medical diagnosis, some of which include, anxiety, panic attacks, depression, various forms of arthritis, spinal conditions, gastrointestinal disorders, and psychological diagnoses.
I'm very proud and excited about the fact that I recently graduated with a Master of Science in Yoga Therapy.
Do your research. It's very important that students look to find educated practitioners. I would recommed working with individuals who have been teaching for a number of years and those with extensive training. Look for individuals who have completed a 500-Hour Yoga Teacher Training or more.
I would suggest taking some time to think about your goals for seeking private yoga. Do you have health concerns? What are your individuals needs, goals, and intentions for seeking yoga. The better you can articulate this, the more effective your teacher can be in helping you.