Yoga therapy is a Mind-Body therapy, a modality of Integrative Psychotherapy, which combines ancient yogic wisdom and modern science to support holistic wellbeing.
Gill trained with The Minded Institute London (UK) and graduated in 2021. She is currently training with the institute for her Masters (level 7 diploma) in Integrative Yoga Psychotherapy.
Accreditation: The National Council of Integrative Psychotherapists (UK)
We explore the interweaving web of wellbeing which is made up of:
- Physical health
- Energy, depleting vs. restoring
- Mental and emotional wellbeing
- Understanding what brings stability, contentment, joy and self-worth
- Empowering the person to follow their intuition, wisdom and gut instinct to drive the focus of therapy (instead of the therapist dictating) which in turn determines the tools shared by the therapist
- Self-efficacy; practical ways to support your own wellbeing
- Stress (and burn-out)
- Low-mood and Depression
- Anxiety and Anxiety Disorders
- Insomnia and other Sleep Conditions
- Alzheimer’s and Dementia
- Cancer and Cancer Treatment
- Trauma and Developmental Trauma
- Grief and Bereavement
- Senior Health and Ageing including Osteoporosis.
Sessions are 1:1, in-person (Buckinghamshire or Oxfordshire area) or via Zoom (the positive accessibility of technology!)
60mins – 75mins / online: £50 or in-person £55 (includes travel costs)
To schedule a session or for an initial chat, contact Gill via
The Kosha Framework of Yoga Therapy – 5 Layers of Being
Group therapy is also possible, again this can be arranged online or in-person – usually the commonality between the group is a similar condition(s), symptoms or life experience.