Q: Can we chat before scheduling a visit?
A: Of course! If you want to learn more about how we will work together, send me an email or fill out my contact form. I will reach out to schedule a time that is convenient for the both of us.
Q: What is your cancellation policy?
A: Please contact me within 24-hours of your appointment if you need to reschedule or cancel your visit. There is a $75 fee for no-shows or late cancellations.
Q: Do you accept insurance?
A: I currently am in-network with Aetna, Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield, and Cigna. I also accept health savings account (HSA) and flexible spending accounts (FSA). For all other insurances, I can provide a receipt called a "superbill". Submitting the superbill to your insurance carrier will allow you to receive any eligible reimbursement for nutrition services.
Q: How do you see your clients?
A: I see my clients both in-person and virtually. However, only in-person sessions are eligible for insurance reimbursement at this time.
Q: I do not live in New York. Can I still schedule a visit with you?
A: Of course! Meeting virtually, we can work to achieve your nutrition goals from anywhere, be it your desk, your kitchen, or the bathtub (just don't drop your phone). Please note that your insurance may not apply to nutrition visits if you are out of New York State.
Q: Will my information be kept private if my visits are done virtually by video conference?
A: Yes! We will connect through a secure video conferencing platform developed specifically to virtually connect health professionals and clients safely and securely online.
Q: I am only interested in yoga sessions. Is there a way to solely schedule a private or semi-private with you?
A: Yes. A la carte private and semi-private yoga sessions are available. Please see services for further details. You can also email me directly with questions or to schedule.
Q: What is the difference between vinyasa yoga, restorative yoga, and yoga nidra?
A: Vinyasa yoga is an active practice, coordinating your breath with movement through a series of poses. Restorative yoga is passive, utilizing props like blocks, blankets, and bolsters to support your body and help you completely relax. Yoga nidra is a guided relaxation done lying down with your eyes closed. Practicing nidra is done to help you discover and make peace with your true intentions and desires.
Still have questions? Feel free to email me your questions.