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We aim to make mental & physical health support accessible to everyone

through education, therapy & yoga

Renew to be new **yoga**
Renew to be new **yoga**

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Open your heart***talk***
Open your heart***talk***

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Still You Rise
Still You Rise

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Renew to be new **yoga**
Renew to be new **yoga**

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Schedule

Kundalini Yoga & Meditation

(ON LINE)

Sundays 16:00 - 17:00

Group Therapy

(ON LINE)

Mondays 18:00 - 19:30

Donate

At the moment Participation in sessions is free but you are  welcome to donate any amount to support the Charity

Get Involved

Yoga teachers, mental health professionals, first aiders and passionate individuals are invited to get in touch for volunteering opportunities.

NEWS

Physical sessions are anticipated to begin in Autumn in High Wycombe

About Kundalini Yoga Therapy Sessions

 

The project is dedicated to support people in improving mental health challenges such as: anxiet and depression; healing traumas after abusive relationships; improve self esteem and resiliense and more. We aim to create a warm space and support network in order to facilitate the healing process. Kundalini Yoga is self parenting and meditative in nature, allows individuals to go inwards and empower to transform their lives. Class is lead by specialists in Kundalini Yoga for Mental Wellbeing are aimed for strengthening  nervous system, balance hormones and the brain. We use breath, movement, sound and meditation as transformative tools. It is often accompanied by Sound Bath relaxation that create a deeper state of relaxation. We noticed that Kundalini Yoga Class participants start becoming more relaxed, content, able to better self regulate/manage emotional lows or anxiety with incidents becoming less frequent, empowered and feeling healthier/stronger in their body.

About Talking Group Therapy Sessions

Group Therapy tend to have 4 to 8 people which is lead by a professional facilitator. Firstly, facilitator explains theory around topic of the day eg. self-esteem, setting goals, letting go. Secondly, the practical exercise is set where participants are encouraged to think about their behaviour patterns and some time write thoughts down for about 10 min. Thirdly, participants are sharing their thoughts about the exercise in turn. After everyone had a chance to share, participants are encouraged to feedback to others with facilitator comments. This last part is a lot more conversational and free flowing where participants can share whatever they wants. Group Therapy has showed to create incredible results with participants finding a vital support network where they can find a validation, understanding, guidance, learning and support each other. After attending the group for a number of sessions we have recorded that participants start to become more optimistic, hopeful for the future, have more strength and resiliense to restart/find jobs, take positive action and decisions, believe in themselves, be in more harmonious relationships, regulate themselves (emotions and thoughts) better and generally be more content and happy.

Inclusivity

We welcome participants from all ages and background

BAME (Black, Asian and Ethnic minority background)

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT)

Disabled people with physical impairments

Disabled people with learning or mental difficulties 

People with caring responsibilities

People with mental health challenges such us: stress, anxiety, depression, isolation, loneliness, Bereavement

Individual support is provided as appropriate during the sessions. All participants are invited to practise to their own ability level, chairs and cushions can be used as aid for sitting instead of easy pose on the mat.

Our Partners

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