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The truth is that all yoga is therapeutic. What Yoga Therapy does differently though is to desert the "one size fits all" approach and bring back the ancient healing wisdom of yoga to a "one-on-one" setting. It focuses on proper assessment of the individuals' needs or conditions and build a practice that suits them. The aim of this therapy is to enhance wellbeing and empower the client by granting them tools that help them live better with whatever conditions they have.

Yoga therapy today is recognised as another health care modality that involves using sound scientific and yogic principles. It complements other forms of health care and western medicine in general supporting therapeutic treatments for  

• anxiety and depression, addictions and trauma
• cancer
• nervous system disorders, such as, multiple sclerosis 
• bone diseases, such as, osteoporosis
• digestive issues, such as, IBS, colitis
• women’s health
• metabolic disorders, such as, diabetes, obesity 
• reproductive and urinary disorders, such as, menopause, PCOS
• auto-immune diseases, such as, rheumatoid arthritis, Chronic Fatigue 
• lower back problems
• ankle and foot problems
• shoulder, elbow and wrist problems
• hip and knee joints, including hip replacements
• and many, many more health conditions

About  —  

Lee is a Yoga Therapist and a Meditation teacher. She has been teaching and practicing for over 20 years., bringing ancient Eastern spiritual practices and philosophies into modern living. 

Lee's Yoga journey started in India with the Krishnamacharya lineage, and she continues to study and embrace different styles of Yoga such as Tantric Hatha, Vinyasa and Yoga Therapy in Australia, Singapore, Israel and Bhutan. Lee's great interest in meditation and philosophy led her to delve into Raja Yoga and study the Vedas, Adavita Vedanta in particular, and in recent years she has been focusing on Mindfulness and Buddhist psychology.

Lee recently completed her Mindfulness Meditation Teacher Certification with The Greater Good Science Centre- University of California Berkley, and as well as her Diversity, Equity , Inclusivity and Accessibility training . She is focusing on bringing these Mindfulness and compassionate practices to less fortunate communities around Australia such as Juvenile correction centre and Women's shelter.

Lee recognises the need of providing a safe environment for people to practice Yoga according to their own physical and mental needs. She chose to focus on Yoga Therapy where the assessment of the individual and customised program enables the individual to experience Yoga in a way that is nourishing, safe and enriching one's life.

Lee teaches a wide range of audiences: groups, private sessions, corporate environments, sports clubs, kids and youth therapy. She hopes to inspire a greater sense of ease and freedom in her students' lives and looks to enrich and enlivens their daily experiences by inviting them to be present, mindful and compassionate. 



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Lee's Influences

Tara Brach

Mindfulness teacher,

Psychologist and author

Jack Kornfield

Author, Buddhist practitioner & founder of Spirit Rock Meditation Centre

Houda Lebbos  (former CHRO Smartgroup)

Lee worked with employees at all levels during her time with Smartgroup and ran regular classes as part of the well-being program, took monthly sessions at management offsite meetings and also held classes for specific teams as part of their team building / planning workshops.  Irrespective of the audience, Lee cleverly took the time to understand current driving factors and/or challenges the group faced and ensured her yoga teachings were tailored to address these to deliver relevant and highly engaging sessions.

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