Free yourself of mental, emotional, physical obstacles and challenges with Yoga Therapy, a nurturing and healing experienced tailored to you.
So what is Yoga Therapy?
You will experience a safe, nurturing and welcoming experience. Each session is tailored to YOU, making your experience unique. Whether you want to learn the basics of yoga or are interested in the healing benefits of practice, there is something for all to feel nourished by.
You will arrive to a welcoming space, we’ll settle in with a herbal tea and a chat as we go through your consultation form. From this initial consultation the session will be tailored to your needs. Yogic remedies and techniques to guide, NURTURE and RESTORE will be shared with you throughout the session. There is not a ‘one-fix-all’ approach to healing so with this in mind the focus is to meet you, the clients needs and to personalise your experience.
Do I need to stop medications and doctor visits?
Clients are encouraged to work along side their medication and GP, it is not advised to suddenly stop taking medication without the help and guidance of your doctor. The yoga practices shared can antidote, support and balance any side effects of the drugs you may be already taking and lower the amount of medication you take over time, via your doctors guidance.
Yoga Therapy empowers you to take control of your own healing, to spot the signs of a relapse before it happens and replace the need to reach for a higher dose of medication with an alternative approach. Yoga Therapy has many approaches to easing the symptoms of many illnesses through practices of mindfulness, meditation, diet, affirmations, pranayama and asana practice as well as lifestyle advice to encourage each persons journey of self discovery and healing.
Investment: 90 minute session including consultation £60.00
Follow ups: book 3 sessions for £150.00
What is the difference between a Yoga class and a Yoga Therapy session?
Yoga therapy gives the client a chance to discover their potential. To free themselves of mental, emotional and physical obstacles and challenges and a yoga therapist the opportunity to fully utilise the tools of yoga to help the individual with any suffering they may have.
Unlike in a yoga class where the teacher has many bodies to look after they can structure a tailored healing sequence unique and personalised to that person. A person with injury or illness will get much more from a 1:1 therapy session than that of a group class as the session with a yoga therapist is synchronised to that ‘body’ in particular.
Who is Yoga Therapy for?
Yoga Therapy is for everyone, young old, male, female – there is no criteria or check list! All you need is an open mind and a willingness to give it a try. Aimee works with a long list of clients with varying aliments and medical conditions, here are just some of the conditions listed below: