There is a growing evidence-base demonstrating the use of yoga as a valuable therapeutic tool for many health conditions. Our Yoga Therapy Clinic is one of the only clinics in the UK to offer yoga as therapy.

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Our Yoga Therapy Clinic

This online clinic is a service offering yoga therapy consultations with our team of experienced yoga therapists and supervised student therapists.

The clinic offers yoga therapy for the public at reduced rates. The student therapists are part of the current yoga therapy course and their involvement in the clinic gives them experience of working therapeutically.

The students are closely supervised as they work with each client. Experiencing a yoga therapy clinic session is an excellent way of learning more about the process, and of course is also of benefit for you.

Booking an appointment

• Clinic sessions take place on Thursdays. To see available appointments, click HERE. You will be asked to complete some information to help inform the therapist about your needs.

• Individual yoga therapy session (90 minutes): £20 BOOK NOW

• 2 appointment pass (valid for 3 months from purchase): £35 BOOK NOW

What is Yoga Therapy?

Yoga therapy is the personalised application of yoga techniques to fit the current needs of the individual.

It is an integrated mind-body approach for restoring balance and adaptive functioning to the physical (musculoskeletal), physiological (digestion, respiration, cardiovascular, endocrine, and immune), and mental/emotional systems.

No previous experience of yoga is necessary. Please note that yoga therapy is not intended to replace medical advice.

About the Yoga Therapy Clinic

The clinic is staffed by trainee yoga therapists bringing together a balance of Western and Eastern therapeutic traditions with the support and guidance of an experienced supervisor. The clinic is offered in-person (at our Finsbury Park location) and online (via Zoom).

What are some benefits of Yoga Therapy?

  • reduce symptoms of illness or injury
  • establish more functional breath and movement patterns
  • reduce physical and mental suffering
  • improve quality of life
  • enhance positive coping strategies.

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