Much of my work is in remedial or therapeutic yoga for those who may require additional 1-2-1 support for a specific health issue – physical or mental.
Individuals may be referred by their GP, an allied health professional, counsellor/therapist or via self-referral.
Therapeutic yoga can help a person with a specific health concern because it is based on yoga’s whole-person approach to healing and recovery, fostering the natural connection between body and mind to maintain on-going health.
Therapeutic or remedial yoga teachers are usually very experienced, often work in collaboration with other health professionals and have undertaken specialist training.
- Stress, anxiety, depression
- Post injury or surgery recovery
- Eating Disorders
What Happens During a Therapeutic Remedial Yoga Session?
The first session is usually a consultation between the therapeutic yoga teacher and the client to consider medical history, assess the body and discuss the health concerns to enable a plan of therapeutic remedial yoga practices to be tailored to the individual’s needs.
The teacher will then suggest a recommended course of sessions that may include adapted and adjusted yoga practices that involve posture work, breathing, relaxation and meditation.
For further information about appointments and fees, please email Yasmin at email@example.com
PLEASE NOTE: There is currently a waiting list for therapeutic remedial yoga appointments, however, do contact me as I can advise you on the earliest date you can be accommodated. Thank you for your patience.