Bio: Melissa Adylia Calasanz C-IAYT

IAYT-Certified Yoga Therapist

Health, Wellness, Lifestyle, & Movement Educator

California Native Plants Education & Outreach Specialist

Yoga Therapy + Therapeutic Horticulture = Complete Mind-Body Health & Wellness

Short Bio
Melissa Adylia Calasanz is an IAYT-Certified Yoga Therapist and Movement Educator specializing in the care and prevention of injuries; with a special interest in helping people who are navigating life with stress, chronic pain, and discomforts associated with arthritis and pelvic floor dysfunction.

Melissa works at Kaiser Permanente, in Southern California, as a Certified Yoga Therapist, Lifestyle, Wellness, Health, & Movement Educator.
She teaches the 12-Week Yoga Therapeutics for Chronic Back Pain Program, which she created in collaboration with the Physical Medicine and Lifestyle Education Departments as a Pilot Program in 2018.
Melissa also teaches weekly Physicians Wellness Classes at the Kaiser Bellflower Medical Offices, which include Yoga, Tai Chi, and other Therapeutic and Mindful Moment Modalities.

In addition to her work with Kaiser Permanente, Melissa enjoys teaching public Therapeutic Inspired Gentle Yoga Classes and Workshops to diverse groups, including people with chronic pain, cancer, arthritis, stress, insomnia, back injuries, total joint replacements, Parkinson’s disease, Multiple Sclerosis, and Compassionate Self-Care classes for patient’s and caregivers.

It’s Melissa's passion to help clients to become their best health care advocate by facilitating open lines of communication with their mind, body, spirit, breath, and intention. She encourages people to nurture their inner wisdom, lending to a better mind/body relationship, and improving relationships with friends, coworkers, and loved ones, as well as a person’s integrative health and wellness team.

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The Holistic Approach to Mind/Body Health & Wellness
"How we tend to our garden should reflect how we'd approach the relationship with a most cherished loved one: Mindfully, with compassionate kindness, daily interest, loving respect, and patience. And the same should be said for how we approach our health and wellness." 
-Melissa Adylia Calasanz



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Melissa Adylia Ciayt
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