Ayurveda and Yoga Therapy

Dedicated to you.

Yoga therapy is the application of yoga practices to alleviate physical and mental health conditions with the view of promoting self-care and encouraging overall well-being.


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 we are using specific yoga practices and their known benefits to help alleviate or improve mental and physical ailments.

Plans and Pricing

Dedicated to you and your practice

We recommend starting with at least 5 sessions in order to receive the full benefit of Yoga and Ayurveda Therapy.

Your first session will be 30 mins longer at no extra charge in order to facilitate a full consultation.

30 min session: £20

60 min session: £30

a 10% discount is available for block booking 5 sessions or more.

What to Expect

Yoga therapy aligns the unique and precise health needs of the client with yoga practices which the yoga tradition and also western medical science find to have particular curative effects. For example, with lower back pain, there are very specific yoga positions and postures for strengthening and supporting the back and even soothing the symptoms of a herniated disc. Likewise, with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), there are gentle, specialised ways of regulating the nervous system and fostering the return of an awareness of the body. 

Ayurveda is something that we should all incorporate into our everyday lives. It is one of the world's oldest holistic healing systems and comes from India. The wonderful thing about Ayurveda is that it is so beautifully logical, once you get the hang of it, it's easy to integrate into you'r every day life.

Our first session will include a full consultation to understand more about you, your constitution and any imbalances and ailments you may have. With this information we put together a customised plan. This will include things for you to do at home as well as what we will include in our sessions.

Sessions may include breathing techniques, postures, meditation, relaxation techniques, or the promotion of behavioural changes.

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