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Yoga Therapy 

Yoga Therapy & Ayurveda take a personal approach with a focus on re-establishing the balance necessary for health and wellbeing. Whilst the practice of yoga in general aims to cultivate the body and mind and hence has the potential for therapeutic effects, in yoga therapy you are using specific yoga practices and their known benefits to help alleviate or improvement mental and physical ailments. This complete healthcare system works on all levels and benefits each individual physically, mentally and emotionally.

Each person is assessed: we look at diet, lifestyle, relationships, health conditions and symptoms. The practice may include physical postures, movement, breathwork and meditation and will be specific to the individual and support their necessary goal.

With over 20 years of experience Kate helps people to discover their own success and progress through life, and we are very proud to bring you all this opportunity to work with Kate. Her yoga therapy sessions have helped so many people – why not give it a try?

It’s important to note that this therapy does not require any previous experience of yoga and is open to everyone – whether completely new or an experienced practitioner.

Yoga therapy is particularly useful for anyone who suffers with anxiety or panic attacks, and has the aim to treat all the symptoms of anxiety. These include:

  • Muscle tension
  • Elevated pulse
  • Disturbed breathing
  • Panic attacks
  • Sleep issues & restlessness
  • Difficulty focusing
  • Irritability and / or feeling fearful.

There are many conditions which can cause anxiety and the practices will be helpful for people with these. The aim of yoga therapists is help people to become aware of patterns of behaviour, initially through self-study, with the ultimate goal of improving quality of life.


60 Minute Session

£70 – book


Our yoga therapy sessions are available to book on a Friday afternoon.

Please click BOOK to enquire or send through any questions you have.

“Yoga therapy is a self-empowering process, where the care-seeker, guided by the yoga therapist, implements a personalised and evolving yoga practice that not only addresses the illness in a multi-dimensional manner, but also aims to alleviate his/her suffering in a progressive, non-invasive and complementary manner. Depending upon the nature of the illness, yoga therapy can be preventative or curative and serve as a means to manage illness or facilitate healing in each person and at all levels.”

– TKV Desikachar