Integrative Adaptive Care

Jennifer Pierotti offers an individualized biopsychosocial approach in every program offered. Her therapeutic yoga services are an effective health care resource for rehabilitation and outpatient services.


Jennifer curates group and individual yoga therapy programs as adjunctive treatment at drug and alcohol rehabilitation centers. Substance abuse creates a disconnect between two main hubs in the brain, the ACC and the amygdala. Yoga therapy harmonizes this disconnect through top-up techniques like meditation, mindfulness, and concentration, as well as bottom-down techniques like breathing and movement. Simultaneously working with both areas of the brain cultivates self-regulation, resilience, and systemic wellbeing, while improving rationality and values. These techniques also regulate the nervous system, allowing substance abuse users to end the cycle of extreme volleying between states of stress and reward. Jennifer’s programs help participants achieve balance, build self-discipline, release tensions and aggressions, and develop new methods and perspectives to work through life’s challenges.


Jennifer Pierotti offers group and individual yoga therapy programs as an adjunctive treatment at chronic pain centers. Her programs address multiple systems simultaneously to help alleviate pain, navigate emotional experiences and cultivate an inner connection. Jennifer utilizes musculoskeletal techniques to restore movement to the body, addressing imbalances. Breathing techniques to regulate the autonomic nervous system and interoceptive practices to increase awareness of internal body signals and how to respond appropriately. Participants also develop resilience and eudemonic well-being through these applications.


Injury management and functional movement are one-on-one programs that establish a connection with the body that facilitates a deep understanding of working with injuries, preventing future injuries, and rehabilitating dysfunctional movement patterns. Jennifer evaluates each client’s unique bone structure, conducts musculoskeletal assessments, and curates a program that honors the client’s current condition while safely overcoming physical obstacles to create and maintain balance and ease. The cornerstone of each program is to restore optimal mobility for day-to-day life and activities.


Jennifer Pierotti offers group and individual yoga therapy programs as an adjunctive treatment at cancer centers. Multiple studies have demonstrated the effectiveness of yoga therapy for symptom management in patients with cancer. Jennifer’s programs promote self-healing and decrease fatigue, pain, anxiety, depression, and insomnia while improving flexibility, balance, mood, and overall quality of life. Each program empowers patients, connects them to joy, and propels them forward as active participants and leaders in their care. Jennifer’s therapeutic approach and evidence-based application ensure each program complements the current medical protocol.


Using various research-based protocols, Jennifer curates group yoga therapy programs as complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) designed to serve veterans and first responders suffering from physical and emotional challenges of war and trauma. Jennifer utilizes breathing techniques, physical postures (emphasizing coordinating movements with the breath), and body scanning meditations to improve mindfulness, increase non-reactivity and reduce depression, anxiety, pain, and sleep disturbances. Research demonstrates practicing awareness helps draw participants to the present rather than ruminating over the past or future and supports a nonreactive response toward internal stimuli allowing participants to improve their quality of life.


Yoga therapy facilitates the balance of the nervous systems through stimulation of the vagus nerve, which reduces allostatic load and contributes to cardiovascular well-being. By decreasing sympathetic activation, clients improve stress resilience, allowing them to return to a state of equanimity faster after experiencing a stressful situation. Jennifer utilizes dynamic movement to provide aerobic benefit and specific actions and postures to decrease blood pressure, release muscular tension, and support cardiac health. Her programs support lifestyle modification through exploration and inquiry into patterns that perpetuate suffering and what actions enable greater well-being. Research demonstrates yoga therapy is a cost-effective strategy that improves physical fitness, stress reduction, HRV, blood pressure, mood, and self-regulation.



Jennifer Pierotti offers small group and individual yoga therapy programs as an adjunctive treatment for neurologic recovery. Each program focuses on capacity building, skill learning, and motivation relevant to the disease. Research demonstrates yoga therapy’s effectiveness in improving heart & metabolic rate, endurance, mobility, balance, and self-efficacy. Jennifer utilizes movement, breath, and meditation to improve neuromotor control, enhancing proprioceptive and interoceptive input. Clients note increased body awareness and range of motion, decreased fear of falling, and improved mood and ability to participate in life. Jennifer has assisted clients suffering from stroke, Parkinson’s, Fibromyalgia, peripheral neuropathy, and TBI.


Jennifer’s mental health programs build interoceptive skills necessary for healthy and adaptive relationships to physical and mental sensations and stimuli. She supports clientele in identifying significant stressors in one’s life, the physiological effects, and how to utilize breath, movement, and meditation to create equanimity. Stress affects individuals through autonomic responses and disrupts neurophysiological reactions, endocrine functions, and involuntary musculature. Cultivating a healthier connection to one’s body and mind enables clients to fine-tune their actions along a continuum of possible activations and restorations while building resilience. Jennifer has supported clients with anxiety, depression, PTSD, and paranoid schizophrenia in group and individual settings.