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"...This was one of the most tender and nurturing 1.5 hours I have spent with myself and another person in a very long time.
I felt extremely held by Sandras guidance and energy. Her ability to listen so deeply to my needs whilst intuitively bringing what I needed to the space felt so safe and healing for me.
I can't rate her enough here, 100 stars wouldn't even do it!
Thank you so much Sandra X..."

-Helen B



Personalised & unique sessions to suit your individual requirements & availability. Home visits or private sessions in a local studio can be arranged.  


Who will benefit from it?


  • Beginners, who wish for a bit more support and attention

  • Experienced Students wishing to deepen their practice

  • For those who want to establish a home practice

  • Those with injury or illness

  • anybody who wishes to make time and space in their lives to cultivate a deeply nourishing practice for body and mind



Please contact me with any questions and for booking and pricing

What is yoga therapy?


“Yoga therapy is the process of empowering individuals to progress toward improved health and well-being through the application of the teachings and practices of Yoga.” -International Association of Yoga Therapists

Yoga therapy, in essence, is a comprehensive approach to wellness. It’s not just about stretching or holding poses; it’s a personalized journey that addresses physical diseases while also delving into the depths of an individual's life, emotions, and habits.

My Yoga Therapy Journey

Ten years ago, when I was living in London, I first sought out yoga therapy due to knee pain. Little did I know it would transform not only my physical ailment but also help me recognize the constant stress I was living with, unaware of its impact on me.

Through the guidance of my yoga therapist, Eunice, I discovered that my knee pain was not just a localized issue. Eunice took the time to understand my lifestyle, work patterns, movement habits, and past injuries. This holistic approach deeply resonated with me. As we worked together, she crafted a tailored yoga practice that not only alleviated my knee pain but also brought a sense of calm and balance amidst the chaos of London living. She empowered me by ensuring the practice she provided fit seamlessly into my life, allowing me to take charge of my own well-being—a stark contrast to my experiences with conventional medical approaches.

My Education


My journey with yoga therapy has ignited a passion within me to pursue further studies. After studying with Dough Keller in 2018 in The wisdom of Yoga therapy and Judith H Laseter in restorative Yoga, I am currently in my third year of the Yoga Therapy Diploma with Yoga Campus London, just a few assignments away from graduating!

Throughout our diploma, we are encouraged to practice Yoga therapy, engaging in regular supervision sessions with senior Yoga Therapists. These sessions provide a confidential space to discuss clients and case studies, enriching our understanding and expertise in this transformative field.

My Therapy Approach

I perceive the human being as a holistic entity encompassing body, spirit, breath, and mind. My teaching approach honours each individual's unique history and experiences, creating a nurturing and secure environment. I prioritize establishing a safe space where my clients can authentically express themselves and cultivate genuine self-awareness.

As a yoga therapist, I work with the whole human being, addressing the body, the mind, and the spirit. Using yogic tools and methods such as breathwork, movement, relaxation, mudras, mantras, and meditation, I support my clients' well-being. Together, we design a yoga practice tailored to benefit the emotional, energetic, and physical state, promoting healing and balance.


What to expect from a yoga therapy session?

A typical therapy session involves three parts: an interview, assessment, and practice.

Sessions can address a wide range of issues, including muscular-skeletal problems, heart or respiratory diseases, anxiety, burnout, depression, or simply providing a space to unwind and relax.

Sessions can be conducted face-to-face or online over Zoom. The initial session lasts 90 minutes, while follow-ups are 60 minutes long.

Before our first session, clients are asked to complete a health questionnaire. During our initial 90-minute session, we discuss your history, goals, and perform posture, movement, and breath assessments. Subsequently, we create a personalized yoga practice tailored to support your goals and fit seamlessly into your lifestyle.

I recommend a bundle of 5 appointments, as yoga therapy is a journey to well-being rather than a quick fix. Once you embark on this journey, you'll soon feel its profound benefits. 



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How will you benefit from Yoga therapy?

Engaging in yoga therapy can yield a myriad of benefits, positively impacting various aspects of your well-being. Numerous significant studies have recognized yoga therapy as a valuable complementary practice to Western medicine, attributing a wide array of benefits to its practice.

The potential outcomes from yoga therapy sessions are extensive and include:

  1. Pain Reduction: Whether it's chronic lower back pain, musculoskeletal issues, or discomfort from various health conditions, yoga therapy has been proven to assist in alleviating pain and improving mobility.

  2. Stress Reduction: Yoga therapy techniques, including breathwork and relaxation practices, are highly effective in reducing stress levels, promoting relaxation, and enhancing mental clarity.

  3. Anxiety and Depression Management: Evidence suggests that yoga therapy aids in reducing anxiety and managing symptoms of depression by fostering a calmer mind and a more balanced emotional state.

  4. Fatigue Reduction: Individuals experiencing fatigue or exhaustion can benefit from yoga therapy as it helps in revitalizing the body and mind, boosting energy levels, and promoting overall vitality.

  5. Support for Various Health Conditions: Yoga therapy is recognized for its positive impact on several health conditions such as pelvic floor dysfunction, menopausal symptoms, insomnia, heart disease, asthma, high blood pressure, cancer, and more. It doesn't replace medical treatment but can complement conventional therapies, aiding in symptom management and improving quality of life.

The holistic nature of yoga therapy enables it to address not just the physical symptoms but also the emotional and mental aspects, creating a comprehensive approach to well-being. By integrating practices such as breathwork, movement, relaxation techniques, and meditation, yoga therapy can significantly improve one's overall health and quality of life.

Please get in touch with me for pricing and availability. I am happy to chat on the phone before our first meeting answering any questions you may have.

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