Yoga therapy, one-to-one and with small groups in the South Hams area of Devon.
We are all different and I usually see people one-to-one or in small groups because I find it's the best way to tune in and help, either with postures and yoga in a general way, or with particular meditations and yoga therapy. Hopefully there's enough information on this website for you to get some idea of whether or not you would benefit from sharing some aspects of yoga with me.
At the moment I'm not seeing anyone due to the Covid pandemic, but feel free to get in touch for a chat about what you are looking for.
As I've said above, there are no workshops or groups operating just now because of the Covid situation. If you already do yoga or have done, for now keep a practice going based on what you already know. I'm in touch with everyone I've taught and generally everyone is doing well. If you're struggling about something, get in touch and I'll see if I can help.
Yoga therapy takes place on a one-to-one basis and looks into a particular difficulty which has come up - all our difficulties contain more than one aspect. These vary enormously, from a physical difficulty like a bad back or specific place of trauma or injury which needs careful rehabilitation, to anxiety or depression, where the right approach with yoga may be beneficial and therapeutic.
Our physical health and mental states interchange constantly with our inner and outer worlds, where work and relationships constantly present challenges for us. Chronic health conditions like fibromyalgia, ME and so on need a gentle but sustained approach, and if in pain we need some extra tools to help: these exist in yoga and will probably not involve any postures at all, and be along the lines of working with the breath and the energy body. But we need the time to do it, whether a meditation, a short but focused practice or a longer time to explore new ways of approaching a posture for example.