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Yolanda Pritam Hari is a Board Certified Bodyworker, Structural Yoga Therapist, and lifelong mystic. Her practice is in Quantum Medicine and Structural Rehabilitation. Proficient in Neuro-Muscular, Cranio-Sacral, Somato-Emotional, & Brain-Lymph Therapies, she addresses the physical, emotional, and spiritual terrains, a highly effective approach for pain, trauma, and neurological distress. Quantum Evolutionary Pathways (™) is her own integrated method for personal transformation and consciously directed self-repair. Y Pritam Hari gives Quantum Evolutionary Healing (™) workshops and talks in the Bay Area, and sees private clients in Albany and Walnut Creek. Also a Certified Herbalist and Holistic Lifestyle Coach, Yolanda makes plant medicines and teaches home herbalism for self-care and first aid.

headshotAlignment has many dimensions beyond musculoskeletal and neuro-muscular reconditioning. Quantum Evolutionary Pathways (TM) touches all of these: physical, emotional, spiritual, and bioenergetic. Our past is buried in our bodies, and positive shifts in pain, posture, and outlook occur the very instant we release these stories from our body tissues, and invite support. Y Pritam Hari integrates Visionary Bodywork, Structural Yoga, and Plant Medicine to help you create quantum change.

Yolanda Pritam Hari experienced Yoga spontaneously as a child, and has been practicing and teaching for most of her life. Originally “self-taught”, Y Pritam Hari was in her 20’s when she finally met her (long-awaited) first Yoga teachers, began 5 long years of Iyengar Yoga Teacher Training and Certification, and also studied Neuromuscular Therapy, Rolfing, anatomy, physiology, trauma, and chronic pain. In 1992, she was among the first to be Nationally Certified in Bodywork & Therapeutic Massage, and Quiet Mind Healing (™) grew quickly into the place for ending pain, through Yolanda’s uniquely advanced holistic therapies and consistent support.

Later in the 90’s, Yolanda’s research into why people don’t heal led her to the Upledger Foundation, where for 15 years she studied CranioSacral and Brain-Lymph Therapies, served as Teaching Assistant and Support Therapist at client-centered intensives, and found her life’s passion working directly with the nervous system and the brain – sacred access points to the living consciousness pulsing within our human spines. In a flash of insight during this time, she felt the holographic interconnection of the CranioSacral system, Nervous system (brain and spinal cord), Endocrine system (glands, hormones) and Chakras (our electro-magnetic bio-circuitry); and found pure sacred bliss and stillness in working to restore balance, vitality, and waves of movement through the fluids in the spine.

Yolanda’s intuitive sensitivity draws on four decades of immersion in deep daily Yoga practice; studying subtle anatomy; and creating gentle precise bodywork to restore alignment, movement and life force. Her unparalleled understanding of trauma comes from 25 years of hands-on training with visionary doctors and osteopaths who resist pharmaceuticals and instead focus on holistic manual therapies that redirect vital brain, nerve, and fluid flows though the fascial and neural networks of the body’s inner web.

Yolanda sees private clients by appointment in Albany and Walnut Creek; leads Structual Yoga Therapy Groups; and gives inspiring talks and workshops in the Bay Area. She masterfully unites the science of pain with the evolutionary art of self-repair, using only Nature, and the wisdom of the plants. To thrive, we must be in relationship with all of life.

Yolanda Pritam Hari, NBCTMB, SYT, QEH


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