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Heal Your Aches and Your Mind at Balance Yoga Therapy in Plymouth

Learn more about this Plymouth-based business in this week's Small Business Shout Out.

Patricia Kozlowski, owner of Balance Yoga Therapy, said she started her business in 2008 after experience the healing yoga can provide.

"I was a therapist first, then became a yoga teacher after yoga helped me manage and heal my chronic back and neck pain that I developed after a car accident," she said.

Kozlowski recently submitted information about her business through Patch's Business Shout Out. If you have a business and want to participate in Patch's Small Business Shout Out you can fill out the form here.

How did your business come to be?: I was a therapist first then became a yoga teacher after yoga helped me manage and heal my chronic back and neck pain that I developed after a car accident.

What kind of services do you offer?: Individual and couples counseling, life coaching, career counseling, yoga therapy, yoga classes, and yoga privates. I specialize in anxiety, self esteem, women's issues, depression and adjustment disorders which develop as a result of sudden and unwanted changes.

What's a fact about your business that most customers probably don't know?: I am a behavioral based therapist who teaches people how to identify and change maladaptive thought patterns with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, an empirically proven method of creating lasting change.

What do you want your business to be best known for?: Bringing balance to the mind and body, because they are connected.

What's your most popular product or service?: Hard to say, classes are popular and my caseload is swamped so I'd say it depends on what people want.

When was the business founded?: January 2008, current location in Plymouth since February 2012.

Why did you choose to locate to Plymouth?: We are 3rd generation Plymouth residents and love our town. Living a lifestyle of compassion and mindfulness includes thinking about mileage to work, it was an say choice. Keep it close to home so I can ride a bike in!

For more information you can visit http://www.balanceyogatherapy.com/

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