Therapy sessions by appointment.
Therapy sessions return February 2022:
Tuesdays 11 – 2pm
Our Yoga Therapy classes are designed to assist students on their yoga path. Whether you’re new to yoga, returning after a break, or seeking guidance for how to take the correct approach to yoga, Yoga Therapy can help.
In our Yoga Therapy classes, we have worked with students dealing with conditions such as MS, Vertigo, Sciatica, Knee & Hip post-surgery recovery.
Through one on one consultation with the Principal Teacher at the Centre, Simon Joannou, students receive a personalised approach to sequencing and practice in Yoga Therapy.
You can book a session during the week by emailing us – email@example.com or calling us on 02 9569 1776.
First time Therapy Student? Please fill in and email the registration form to us with your booking email. Download Form Here.
How does Yoga Therapy work?
Yoga Therapy is run by Simon with 1 or 2 students attending at a time. Students need to get in touch with us via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or give us a call on 02 9569 1776 to book a time between 12 – 4pm Monday – Saturday.
The sessions are $60 per session and run from 1 to 1.5 hours, depending on your individual needs.
What Is Yoga Therapy?
The practice of Yoga Therapy is highly effective in bringing a balance to the systems of the body. Yoga Therapy is not a treatment as such, nor is it aligned with any medical system or practice. Rather, Yoga Therapy allows people to access the healing benefits of yoga through the use of props, support and specialised sequencing.
Who Can Attend Yoga Therapy?
Yoga Therapy can also be of benefit to new or existing students who have ongoing health issues or problems with various parts of the body. It is also suitable for people with no yoga experience but looking for an alternative approach to an existing condition or injury. Some common ailments which bring people to Yoga Therapy include:
*Arthritis *Asthma*Anxiety *Back pain *Blood disorders *Cancer *Cardiovascular disease *Circulatory disorders *Diabetes *Depression *Fatigue *Heart abnormalities *Immune disorders *Migraines *Muscle pain *Obesity *Skeletal-muscular disorders*Thyroid disorders
Simon Joannou is an experienced senior Iyengar teacher with specialised skills and knowledge in Yoga Therapy. Simon has worked closely with the Iyengars in their medical classes at the Ramamani Iyengar Memorial Yoga Institute in Pune, India over many years. He has also trained with leading Iyengar yoga therapist Stephanie Quirk and continues to work closely with Steph assisting her in her therapy training courses running in Asia.
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