Traditionally, yoga was taught on a one-to-one basis, so the teaching and the practice could be adapted to the individual’s needs. Individual classes allow for a relationship of trust to develop between student and teacher, and ensure that the student’s current life situation is taken into account in the formulation of a personal yoga practice and/or daily routine.
Yoga and ayurveda have been established in tandem through thousands of years of evidence-based practice and results, leading to a complete system based upon ancient wisdom and knowledge. Another way of saying this is that both approaches are profoundly rooted in common sense!
At times the therapeutic solutions to various physical and mental health issues, seem obvious and simplistic, because we are always looking to achieve balance, which requires the application of the opposite energy to that which is disturbing you. In keeping with these ayurvedic principles, a personalised programme will be developed for you according to your basic constitution (prakriti), and the current health imbalance (dosha).
My yoga therapy practice includes clients dealing with emotional and physical health issues such as back problems, arthritis, high blood pressure, asthma, Multiple Sclerosis, Fibromyalgia, breast cancer, anxiety and depression.
Life’s challenges present an opportunity for personal and spiritual growth, and are like signposts on the path to awakening. The practice of all aspects of yoga heals, empowers and inspires people. It’s deeply satisfying to watch students tap into their potential and discover and transform themselves through yoga.
75-minute session 75 euro
Sessions take place in person at 53 or 55 Rue Alphonse Renard, 1050 Brussels, or via Skype – arrangements will be confirmed when the appointment is finalised.
A 15 euro surcharge applies for sessions at your home or office.
The International Association of Yoga Therapists (IAYT) define yoga therapy as being “the process of empowering individuals to progress toward improved health and well-being through the application of the philosophy and practice of Yoga”.