Yoga Classes in The Cotswolds, Oxfordshire

Yoga Therapy

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’Every now and then in life we are fortunate to stumble across someone very wise and special like Nikki. I reached out to Nikki for yoga therapy due to long covid. I found it enormously beneficial and I felt heard, accepted and understood’’.

Alison
Psychotherapist, Mindfulness Trainer and Yoga Teacher

Video Short Sessions

For further information watch a video introduction to YogaFocus

To find out more about Yoga Therapy listen to Nikki’s radio interview on Health Radio UK

For examples of yoga therapy practices watch the following videos

What is Yoga Therapy?

Yoga Therapy is a compassionate based and holistic therapeutic intervention that supports and self-empowers a client to ‘unravel’ the causes behind their physical and or psychological health condition that has been causing suffering.

Yoga Therapy is a compassionate based and holistic therapeutic intervention that supports and self-empowers a client to ‘unravel’ the causes behind their physical and or psychological health condition that has been causing suffering.

One-to-Ones & Courses

In Yoga Therapy

An individual therapy session or course, is ideal for someone who needs more support than a mainstream yoga class can offer.  You may be suffering from a chronic health…….Read more

Supervision

For Yoga Teachers and Health professionals

Nikki has 30 years of experience as a Supervisor, supporting many Health Professionals both privately and NHS staff in clinical settings…….Read more

Professional Training

In Yoga Therapy

Two year 550 hour professional training  to become qualified Yoga Therapist. This is a post graduate course for qualified yoga teachers…….Read more

Yoga therapy is well recognised in medical science as a valued part of the physical or psychological rehabilitation process due to its ability to relieve stress and tension in the mind and body, which is often the underlying cause of ill health.  It is also often used in pre-habilitation, as a complimentary therapy to relieve stress in preparation for medical interventions, such as surgery.  

Yoga therapy’s efficacy is well supported by increasing Scientific Research evidence which contributes to the growing understanding and acceptance of its value as a therapeutic discipline.