Teaching the Yoga4Health 10 week protocol – My experience and feedback from students

By Jo Burningham | January 6, 2020 |

Bringing yoga into the community and accessible to all The Yoga4Health 10 week course is being offered nationally. I have recently guided 5 cohorts and felt it valuable to share my experiences to encourage teachers to undertake the training, encourage patients to enrol on the programme and most importantly to do what I can to…

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Yoga and Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus

By Jo Burningham | October 30, 2019 |

The number of people with diabetes has reached 4.7 million in the UK and world diabetes cases are expected to jump 55% by 2035. Type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) is often associated with obesity and tends to be diagnosed in older people but potentially everyone is at risk of developing this disease. Why is everyone…

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Autumn News and Therapeutic Workshop 20th October, Dorking

By Jo Burningham | October 17, 2019 |

Busy times. September and October are generally get doing months. Back to school. Back to routine. Back to yoga. Back to prioritising our health and well-being. I’ve got 4 cohorts currently undertaking the yoga4health 10 week course in St John’s, Jacob’s Well, Haywards Heath and Hove and another course due to start after half term…

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Yoga4Health September Courses Enrolling Now

By Jo Burningham | September 4, 2019 |

The Yoga In Healthcare Alliance (Yoga4Health) Programme is an NHS endorsed 10 week course to lower stress and improve relaxation skills thereby improving mental health, and help people with pre-diabetes, obesity, patients at risk of heart disease or anyone wishing to connect with others and improve their wellness and wellbeing.  This is accessible yoga for all.  10…

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Yoga in Healthcare

By Jo Burningham | August 9, 2019 |

  Yoga has been seen as an effective way to combat many health conditions by many for thousands of years. Science is proving its effectiveness and now more than ever before there is greater acceptance of yoga being a viable and extremely effective healthcare intervention. Social prescribing is relatively new and its concept is very…

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At the Brighton Yoga Festival

By Jo Burningham | July 31, 2019 |

  I was at the Brighton Yoga Festival the weekend of the 27th/28th July and the atmosphere was electric and infectious! So much going on and all donation based with the emphasis on yoga for everyone. I’m relatively new to the South coast having landed from Guildford and this event gave me the opportunity to…

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Why is teen yoga essential

By Jo Burningham | June 20, 2019 |

As a teen you are not an adult and yet are expected in so many ways to show maturity and to behave how others expect, Teen years are challenging and exciting, a period when there should be exploration rather than conforming to expectations. Teen years are a period for establishing identity based on past, present…

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Neptune, Hove – Restorative Yoga Charity Event

By Jo Burningham | May 8, 2019 |

In aid of Off The Fence – Project Antifreeze – Life saving support for the homeless in Brighton & Hove. Sunday 12th May from 5-6:30pm. Arrival at 4:45pm, drinks and nibbles afterwards Restorative yoga is a relaxing style intended to be healing and nurturing for the body, mind and it can relieve stress & anxiety and…

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Woking Restorative Yoga | St John’s Memorial Hall, Woking, GU21 7SQ | Tuesday 26th March 8:00 – 9:30 PM | £20

By Jo Burningham | March 20, 2019 |

Suitable for all – especially those suffering chronic pain, stress, anxiety, depression, IBS, fertility issues, digestive discomfort, fibromyalgia, and/or rehabilitating from injury or illness.   Deeply mellow – we’ll open with breathing and some body awakening followed by supported asana. Let go of doing – enjoy being. Relax and submerge into a state of wholeness.…

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Yoga Therapy 1:1 | Guildford, Woking, Brighton & Hove

By Jo Burningham | March 9, 2019 |

Yoga therapy is a valuable tool in helping overcome many issues both mind and body.  A full and integrated approach. Western medicine not effective in the treatment of many functional and autoimmune disorders where there is no pathological cause.  Including chronic pain or stress, anxiety, depression, IBS, fertility issues, digestive discomfort, fibromyalgia, rheumatoid arthritis, sleep disorders,…

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