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Online Group Classes

Traditional and therapeutic yoga, including Slow Flow and Chair Yoga. 

Starting at $10

Online Only

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Phoenix Rising

Postures and dialogue to tap into your inner wisdom and emotional landscape, providing clarity.   

60 min - $125

Online Only


Private Yoga Therapy

Focused on your specific needs and goals, this one-on-one offering is the most efficient and powerful way to move toward healing.

60 min. – $125

Online Only

Theresa Conroy Yoga Therapist specializes in Yoga for Parkinson's Disease

Yoga for Parkinson's

Private sessions and group practice designed for people with Parkinson's Disease. 

Schedule here

Summer schedule changes

Canceled: Chair 6/8 & 7/13; Slow Flow 6/19 & 7/17; PD 6/10, 7/13 & 7/15

Private Session

Group Classes

“Yoga therapy is the process of empowering individuals to progress toward improved health and well-being through the application of the teachings and practices of yoga.”

International Association of Yoga Therapists

About Theresa Conroy

After spending 26 years as a newspaper reporter, Theresa left journalism in 2007 to pursue a career in Yoga Therapy. The following year, she completed her studies with Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy and opened Yoga On The Ridge, a Roxborough studio offering therapeutic and standard Yoga classes. In 2013, she graduated from Inner Peace Yoga Therapy, where she continues to work as a Mentor to Yoga Therapists-in-training. She also is certified in Pain Care Yoga and Curvy Yoga, and trained in Adaptive Yoga for Disabilities. She trains other Yoga Teachers and Therapists in Teaching Yoga for Parkinson’s Disease, Teaching Yoga for Special Populations, and Teaching Yoga for Neurological Disorders.

She offers online therapy in both group classes and private one-on-one sessions only.

Philadelphia Magazine named her a finalist in its 2014 Health Hero Contest. And the magazine nominated her her studio in its Best of Philly awards in 2016. Various groups selected her as one of Philadelphia’s Top 10 Yoga Instructors. Since 2010, The Parkinson’s Council has made her a recipient of The Parkinson Council Grant, to reduce the cost of movement classes for those with Parkinson’s Disease.