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Physical Health - Emotional Health - Mental Health - Spiritual Health

What is yoga and yoga therapy is about?  Yoga therapy is about seeing yourself as you are “now” and working with what you have now, in this moment, to move forward and begin to change the person you are.

In life we sometimes have experiences which may have an impact on the way we operate in our day to day connections and interactions with ourselves, other people and with the world around us. 

These experiences good or bad can sometimes colour, block or simply just make us feel stuck.  It is important  for our energy to flow through the mind.

It is important for energy to flow through the body.  It is even more important to allow the two to interact and work together to help create the new person whom we need to be.


Many NDIS participants require a deeper and more personal approach due the outcomes that life has presented. Theoretical and experiential immersion in the vital knowledge (mental) and skills (physical) is required by anyone who wishes to deepen their ability to help themselves. Personal development through yoga therapy  includes yoga philosophy, function and modification of body movement for specific outcomes, life planning, the applications of yoga, skills of observation, and  much much more.​

The Process to achieve benefits of personal strength and inner peace fall into three broad categories:

Emotional healing and freedom: Freedom from life-long negative moods, feelings, and behavioural patterns; including deep and lasting help in the healing of depression, anxiety, interpersonal sensitivity and inappropriate anger issues; as well as freedom to be more open, loving, joyful, centred, creative, and spontaneous.

Compassion: The capacity to be present and loving in the face of suffering, of yourself and others, such that healing is induced, helping you to become a compassionate leader in your life.

Spiritual Awakening: The ability to consistently connect with one’s inner wisdom and loving spiritual aspect; knowing from within that one is on a path of healing and contribution.

How It Happens:

Past experiences and patterns can create programs which create the conditions of living that can have  a profound effect on our lives, shaping our self–image, attitudes, moods and behaviour.   We develop survival strategies and ways of being as a result of this conditioning. When our negative behaviours don’t produce the love we want and need, we can blame not only ourselves but also others.

Yoga therapy  teaches us how to release and resolve the persistent negative feelings of being unloved and unlovable. We examine the major influences on our lives, trace the root of the adopted negativity, and release the pain, grief, anger, shame and resentment that has been stored there for years.​

The ultimate aim of  Yoga and the Process is to help everyone reach forgiveness and acceptance for themselves and others. This allows for a more compassionate approach to personal relationships and family life, and yourself.

Whether you choose to do the process as a rite of passage, a journey of self-discovery or a way of laying to rest the ghosts of your past, there is no doubt you will experience a future different from your past.

The Process provides a safe and supportive environment in which you can first confront and experience your  pain, resentment and anger, and then progress to fuller understanding, compassion and forgiveness. of self and others. 

The approach uses a unique combination of proven techniques, including guided visualization, and expressive work. During the intensive sessions,  you are led through a carefully structured sequence of powerful experiences that enable you to discover, isolate, and resolve negative conditioning and recover your natural self-confidence and self-esteem.

People worldwide have used yoga therapy to achieve personal strength and inner peace

A strong commitment to make positive and lasting changes in life. This  will not only significantly accelerate personal growth and development but you will also experience a fuller and more fulfilled life.

The treatment is personalised for each particular client and can be focused on particular parts of their life depending on the client’s needs and goals.

NDIS Participants

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is the way that the Australian Government is providing support to hundreds of thousands of Australians with all kinds of disabilities including, their families and carers.

The NDIS Yoga Therapist/clinical  services are available nationally.

You could be a city dweller or in residing in regional Australia. Yoga therapist clinic has the  capacity to deliver the services offered to you remotely, or a mobile service at your home, and in the clinic which is located in Collingwood Victoria.

All NDIS participants start with a two hour session.

The first hour is an initial consultation which is then followed by the second hour being  their first Yoga Therapy session.

All subsequent sessions are one hour.

Quarterly reviews are made every three months which include a consultation and yoga class. (2 hours)

For more information about the NDIS visit this link

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