Gyana-Pratima (Suzzanne Ajame-Singh)
- – Currently not teaching yoga classes
- 07957 715093
- Miscellaneous Information:
- Bihar School of Yoga – Diploma in Teaching Yoga (1990)
- Integrative Therapist – Foundation Degree in Counselling Studies, Aston University
- British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP)
I have been a student and practitioner of yoga and personal development spanning the last 30 years and yoga is now an integrative way of life for me. I am passionate about supporting others to be their authentic self and to maximise their potential.
I am based in Birmingham and have many years of experience teaching yoga to children, young people and adults in a variety of private, public sector and community settings.
I have a particular interest in mental health and well-being; as a practicing therapist I offer an integrative therapeutic service incorporating counselling and yoga techniques for stress management. I combine talking therapy with applied yoga practices for supporting others to self manage a range of specific conditions related to stress, anxiety, tension, low mood or depression. I regularly offer Pranayama, Meditation and Yoga Nidra to my clients, which has proven effective for them to independently self-manage conditions.
I work with a broad range of issues and specialise in working with those experiencing bereavement and loss, particularly with children/young people and families.
I am a Drum Therapist and offer Drum Therapy to individuals, families and groups of children/young people and adults; my approach enables and supports others to access, express and release stuck or traumatic emotions, memories or life experiences held unconsciously in the body/mind.
As a sannyasin and disciple of Paramahamsa Satyananda Saraswati my approach to my work as a therapeutic practitioner is aligned with the Satyananda tradition and ethos to be of service to others; to support them to deepen self awareness and make positive changes for the relief of suffering and improved quality of life.
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