The International Association of Yoga Therapy defines Yoga therapy as: “The process of empowering individuals to progress toward improved health and well-being through the application of the philosophy and practice of yoga.”

Jean Grant-Sutton’s approach to Integrative Yoga Therapy, is based on a vision of health as a unity of body, mind and spirit. She focuses on bringing balance, strength, flexibility and awareness to the body and mind. To raise awareness of the primary intention of yoga: awakening of Spirit–our essential nature.

This journey is unique to each individual.

Jean Grant-Sutton looks forward to serving you as a guide and mentor through your journey of self-discovery through yoga

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Advanced Level Teacher Training is starting in September, 2018 …with Premier
Bay Area Teachers (inluding 2 physicians and one physical therapist as well as a global expert in the chakras, a clinical Ayurvedic specialist and an IAYT certified yoga therapist)

The next Certified Integrative Yoga Teacher Training starts
February , 2020 and you can join in. Anyone with at leas 1 year of a yoga practice can attend. It’s not just for those wanting to be teachers, can be a deep dive into the study of yoga for your own personal growth and practice. 


From one of Jean's students
A few months after I retired I had the great fortune of taking the first yoga lesson of my life from Jean. That was 20 months ago and Jean is still my teacher. She is a great listener, observer and adjuster each session. She always works with what I need for my body and mind. She promotes the importance of paying attention to the body/mind/ breath connection as you practice. Jean is knowledgeable, skilled and caring. I value my sessions highly and hope she will willingly keep teaching me for years to come. ~Larry O.


Yoga is an ancient Indian form of meditation and movement to maintain well-being. It improves balance, strength, flexibility, health, and calms our mind. Anyone can do yoga-no matter how young or old you are, whether you’re a couch potato or a professional athlete. Size and fitness level do not matter because there are modifications and other practices we use to explore the mind and body. More….


Retreats are a wonderful way to improve your practice, and have a relaxing and rejuvenating getaway. There are several short retreats each year from day long ones to our wonderful week long retreat in Mexico. Any one of these will enhance your practice and rejuvenate your soul! More…


Jean holds two type of teacher training sessions. One is a 200 hour non-residential, one 3 day weekend a month for 10 months. The other is a residential session held for 3 weeks of intensive training at a retreat center. Both trainings are staffed by highly skilled teachers from a variety of modalites, to give students a broad spectrum of information. More…