Nancy McPartland

Specialities: Restorative Yoga, Slow Vinyasa Flow, Alignment focused yoga using props and modifications. Therapeutic Yoga for Mental Health, Therapeutic yoga for Physical Injuries

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Hi, I’m Nancy McPartland

Each and every one of us is meant to feel bliss, meant to know that they are not alone. I provide a unique therapeutic approach intended to assist you in overcoming whatever it is that is keeping you disconnected from your truth. My teaching style is a culmination of a 30 year love affair with yoga beginning in the Iyengar tradition. I utilize careful attention to alignment, breath and the wisdom of the Yoga Sutras to help you step into your authentic self.

Yoga flows intuitively and creatively through Nancy. She is a master who seamlessly guides her students safely with options for modifications through a fulfilling and complete experience.

- Kathy St. John

Nancy brings a joyful energy and playfulness to the mat. Always a seeker and steeped in many yoga traditions, her deep understanding of pranayama technique and philosophy provide students with a rich and varied experience every time.

Trish Sullivan

'May all of your actions lead to freedom and joy for all people.'

My Story

Nancy McPartland, LCSW-C, MS, IYAT Integrative Yoga Psychotherapist

I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Certified Yoga Therapist & Reiki Master with over 20 years of experience working with individuals & families. In addition to earning a Masters in Social Work and a Masters in Counseling, I also have over 1000 hours in advanced certifications in yoga therapy. I am Director of Continuing Education for Social Workers at The Institute of Integrative Health & the facilitator multiple Complementary Medicine seminars. I co- founded the Yoga & Reiki teacher training program at UMM Center of Integrative Medicine and I continue to educated many of UMM staff and graduate students thru the School of Social Work. Holistic Yoga Psychotherapy is an integration of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Solution Oriented Approach, Rogerian Psychotherapy, Bowen Family Therapy, Meditation, Emotional Freedom Therapy, Guided Imagery, Yoga asanas (poses), Pranayama (breathing), Reiki and the wisdom

of Patanjali’s yoga sutras. I am available privately for virtual appointments. http://

I began my love affair with yoga in 1989 and became a teacher in the Iyengar Tradition in 1996. I use yoga as a tool toward the advancement of mental health via exploring the emotional benefits of the postures. Students are assisted in building connections between themselves and the divine goodness that resides in each one of us, thus releasing their unlimited potential.


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