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Private Lessons

Your practice can always benefit from individual instruction and personalized attention.  Adam will work with you to address alignment, specialized exercises, and assignments tailored to your personal history and body.  After each session, you will receive a write-up detailing exercises and poses explored that day as well as assignments for the coming week.  All equipment and materials provided at Adam's private studio.  Sessions can be brought to your home for additional cost.​

Private Lessons can address:
  • Postural Assessment and Education

  • Personal Training

  • Meditation

  • Restorative Yoga Practice

  • Pranayama (Breathing Practices)

  • Anatomy and Kinesiology

  • Yoga Teacher Mentoring

Single Lesson
Private lessons
Massage Therapy

Adam Ayers is a Licensed Massage Therapist,  500-Hour Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher with the National Yoga Alliance, a Certified Relax and Renew Trainer™, a Certified Personal Trainer through the National Academy of Sports Medicine and a Myofascial Release Practitioner in the John F. Barnes’ Approach.  He first attended massage therapy school at the prestigious Boulder College of Massage Therapy in 2009 where he studied palpation and somatics, anatomy in clay, and nonviolent communication. In 2012, Adam relocated to San Francisco where he assisted the late Brian Barnes at the Myofascial Release Clinic of San Francisco.  During this time, he attended the San Francisco School of Massage and Bodywork. His travels and studies culminated in 1600 hours of training upon graduating top of his class at the Onondaga School of Therapeutic Massage in New York. Adam maintains active massage licenses in the states of Arizona,  Colorado and New York.  A member of the American Massage Therapy Association, Adam continues to deepen his study of bodywork in deep tissue, myofascial release and structural integration modalities. He has studied Myofascial Release with John F. Barnes and Anatomy Trains with Tom Myers.   Each massage session blends modalities from multiple disciplines of movement, yoga, mindfulness and manual therapy. Clients can expect a professional, integrative and holistic approach to addressing their needs.  



Massage Therapy
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