About Yoga Therapy
Therapeutic Yoga uses postural work, breathing practices, relaxation and other Yoga practices to assist in remedying a range of physical, functional and psychological issues. In Therapeutic Yoga, the focus is on the whole person, not just the condition.
Yoga Therapy supports and empowers the individual to manage their health using the principles of yoga and applying a range of yoga practices developed within a professional therapeutic relationship.
Yogic tools may include:
- Posture (asana)
- Breathing (pranayama)
- Lifestyle counselling
- Self-development guidance
Robyn runs Therapeutic Yoga Workshops throughout the year and is available for private consultation.
About Robyn Jacobs
Robyn first started practicing yoga in 1992.
She completed her Diploma of Yoga Teaching in 1997.
Since then, she has been teaching regular classes in the Dandenong Ranges. Robyn completed the Graduate Certificate in Yoga Therapy with the Australian Institute of Yoga Therapists in 2010 and has completed Level 1 iRest Training with Richard Miller.
Robyn is a Senior Member of Yoga Australia (YA) and a member of the Australian Association of Yoga Therapists (AAYT).
Her classes are conducted with humour and insight which allows for a gentle unfolding of one’s true nature. Robyn maintains a regular personal practice and continues to be a student, exploring the many principles of yoga to truly bring change and understanding to her life and those she teaches.
Robyn’s approach to yoga is dynamic and introspective and classes are tailored to meet individual needs. Through yoga, she guides people to return to well-being and ‘wholeness’.
In and through the classes you will experience improved flexibility and mobility, reduced tension and anxiety and greater self-awareness. You will also learn strategies for bringing greater well-being into every day.
Conducting general, intermediate and therapeutic classes in the Hills along with, retreats, workshops and individual yoga therapy consultations.