“Yoga therapy is the professional application of the principles and practices of yoga to promote health and well-being within a therapeutic relationship that includes personalized assessment, goal setting, lifestyle management, and yoga practices for individuals or small groups.” 
The International Association of Yoga Therapists

Yoga therapy is a mind-body approach that treats the individual as a whole. It is a process where you and I work together and collaborate to develop specific health goals based on your needs. 

We will use the various tools and teachings of yoga to create a personalized practice for you, which you can then take away and do on your own in order to move towards better health. As a result, you take an active role in your journey towards healing and wellness. 

Yoga therapy can be an ideal introduction to yoga for a beginner, and it can also deepen the knowledge of a more experienced yoga practitioner. No previous experience or knowledge of yoga is necessary. All you need is openness and commitment.

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What conditions are helped by yoga therapy?


Yoga therapy can help with a wide range of health concerns such as:


  • muscular and joint pain (e.g. lower back pain, sciatica, arthritis) 

  • respiratory issues (e.g. asthma, COPD) 

  • digestive issues (e.g. IBS) 

  • mental health issues (e.g. anxiety, depression, stress, grief) 

  • auto-immune conditions 

  • life-limiting conditions (e.g. cancer, heart conditions) 

  • pain management 

  • women’s health issues

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What happens during yoga therapy sessions?


The initial session comprises of a comprehensive consultation that will allow me to design a tailored personal practice for you based on your health issues, needs, goals, physical abilities, energy levels, lifestyle, interests and personality. 

In the follow-up sessions we will look at your progress, and the practice will be adjusted and revised continually to suit you. 

Yoga therapy sessions are held on a one-to-one basis or in small groups focusing on a specific health condition.

As your yoga therapist, I will support you and listen to you while holding a safe, open and non-judgemental space where we can work together to meet your goals. We will work at a pace and level that is suitable and comfortable for you, and we will review and assess your progress.