Kelley “Daya” Gallop is an International Association of Yoga Therapist certified (C-IAYT) yoga therapist with a Master of Science in Yoga Therapy and a certified yoga teacher in the tradition of Sri Swami Satchidananda. She is also registered as an experienced yoga teacher (E-RYT 500) with Yoga Alliance as well as a Prenatal Yoga Teacher, a Children’s Yoga Teacher, and a Continuing Education Provider (RPYT, RCYT, and YACEP). She uses yogic practices to address specific conditions and concerns by working directly with a client to re-pattern physical movement, breath, energy, thought patterns, and connections to the Self and others.
Kelley focuses on individual assessment and client goals to help her clients improve and maintain optimized health enabling them to manage health conditions, reduce symptoms, restore balance, increase vitality, and improve mental attitude. Her areas of specialty include PTSD and trauma, women’s health (prenatal/postnatal, perimenopause, menopause, and post-menopause strategies), geriatrics and healthy aging, cancer and chronic illness (patient, survivor, and caregiver support), and managing chronic pain. In addition to group and private yoga therapy clients, she is regularly on the faculty of Yoga Teacher Trainings, publicly speaks on the benefits of yoga, works as a Research Assistant in the field of clinical yoga therapy and volunteers her yoga skills with various community organizations such as the Red Cross.