SportsYoga Therapy for Athletes

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For years I would have considered that I may have something special, maybe a little different, to offer to the world of sport. Let it be building synergy within a team, or aiding quicker and safer recovery from injury or maybe simply a visualisation of a game. When you have been practicing yoga for 25 years, you acquire an instinct and a knowledge of what is the best for that individual.

SportsYoga therapy  is a process of creating balance between life and sport and I am  dedicated to helping individuals return to work and play through the benefits of SportsYoga. Everyone has a goal in life – either in their sport or lifestyle. I would like to be a part of the journey to your goal through injury prevention, rehabilitation, meditation and SportsYoga.

I have worked with many individuals and during their first consultation, they will always put their weaknesses down to a physical  complaint. I  pick up on  body language, the emotional side of a personality, listening for words such as “lack of confidence” “fear” or anxiety. I feel in the world of sport, there is no safe haven to go when they are in doubt of their  ability to get back in their  game.

A professional sports person may be too much in control of his ego to even consider yoga therapy as a form of healing his emotions which may be the root of his physical problem, holding him back from his peak performance.  As a yoga therapist, I have my techniques to copper fasten my belief that I can make the difference in Sport by helping individuals to face their challenges, training them to tune inwards, restore well-being ,increase belief and improve their attitude and form.

When you have a dream, you have to follow on the journey to reach your destination.

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