Yoga therapy

  • Yoga Therapy is suitable for anyone looking for personal development
  • It is a one-on-one form of holistic healthcare
  • A Yoga Therapist conducts an initial detailed, careful, confidential consultation/evaluation with their client
  • Based on this, the Yoga Therapist designs a programme that is specific for an individual client’s needs
  • Yoga Therapy is based on yogic philosophies, techniques and tools
  • These tools may include asana (physical postures), pranayama (conscious breath regulation), mudras (energetic gestures and seals), bandha (energy locks), mantra (sacred sounds) bhavana (imagery), sankalpa (affirmation/intention), relaxation, guided yoga nidra, meditation, dietary suggestions and counselling.
  • Yoga Therapy is appropriate for everyone who wants to achieve change in themselves and their lives
  • You do not need to have prior yoga experience to benefit from Yoga Therapy
  • A Yoga Therapist helps and empowers a client to overcome personal and emotional blockages in their lives
  • A Yoga Therapist may also incorporate other healthcare modalities, that they are trained in, to the core therapy programme
  • Yoga Therapy is strengthened by being an evidence-based practice, drawing on the research and trials of proven medical research and education