Want to get (back) into shape?
Recovering from an acute injury?
Need to reduce stress?
Yoga can benefit everyone and it’s never, ever, too late to start.

offers private and group yoga instruction in your home. Jill’s instruction is informed by her background in anatomy and physiology - you receive individualized attention from a highly skilled and experienced teacher who ensures that you practice safely and efficiently to maximize benefit and reach your goals.

Jill Hoffman has been practicing yoga for 18 years and has taught classes in yoga studios, schools, and in a hospital. She is a Yoga Alliance registered yoga teacher at the 200-hour level and has worked with a range of students including people in wheelchairs, amputees, and those dealing with chronic illness.

Top reasons to try yoga:

• Yoga improves strength and flexibility regardless of the condition you’re in.
• Yoga offers pain relief for many chronic conditions.
• There is evidence to support yoga as a method of preventing and shedding
   extra weight gain in middle age.
• Yoga stimulates lymphatic circulation thereby enhancing immune function
   and cardiovascular conditioning by lowering resting heart rate and
   increasing endurance.

• Yoga teaches presence. Mindfulness paves the way for mental clarity,
   improved focus and concentration, increased patience, decreased reactivity,
   and a sense of peace of mind.
• Yoga releases muscular and mental tension.

• Yoga modulates stress response, promotes relaxation, improves mood,
   and can be helpful for anxiety and depression. On a physiologic level,
   doing yoga reduces cortisol, a hormone released in response to stress,
   thereby allowing relief from the psychological experience and physical
   effects of stress on the body.
• The breathing exercises done during yoga provide an opportunity to
   slow and deepen breath pattern, affecting experience of and response to
   anxiety –techniques can be practiced off the mat as a natural way to manage
   stress and anxiety.
Please contact for scheduling and rates.

Note: In states where the naturopathic doctor (ND) license is recognized (Alaska, Arizona, California, Connecticut, Hawaii, Idaho, Kansas, Maine, Montana, New Hampshire, Oregon, Utah, Vermont, Washington, and Washington, D.C.), the profession is regulated and NDs are licensed as primary care providers. Although Jill Hoffman is a licensed primary care physician in Arizona, in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, where the ND license is not recognized, she acts as a holistic health counselor. Naturopathic medicine provides alternatives as well as complements conventional medical treatment and Jill is available to work in tandem with your primary care and specialist physicians to coordinate treatment recommendations.