Private Clinical Yoga


"My clinical yoga therapy services offer my clients an accessible, individualised and collaborative modality that helps them address specific health concerns and goals."

What is therapeutic yoga?

Clinical therapeutic yoga, also known as yoga therapy, is a completely individualised approach to practising yoga. It is the professional application of the principles and practices of yoga to promote health and well-being within a therapeutic relationship. This includes a personalised assessment, goal setting, lifestyle management, and yoga practices for individuals or small groups.

A C-IAYT Yoga Therapist undergoes a minimum of two years of in-depth postgraduate training. As a qualified therapist, I  collaborate with my clients to address specific goals, making each consultation “client-led” and patient-centred. I also consider any limitations the client might be experiencing.

You can find out more by visiting the official webpage HERE (International Association of Yoga Therapists)

Who can benefit from clinical yoga?

Absolutely anyone, even if you have no prior experience of yoga. If the idea of attending a group class has held you back from trying yoga, or you’ve attended a class but found the class setting wasn’t quite right, then private clinical yoga therapy might be for you. If you’re already working with other healthcare practitioners, clinical therapeutic yoga will be a wonderful modality to support you at any stage of your healing journey.

I specialise in the areas of Pelvic Floor and Cancer support, working with anyone experiencing symptoms of pelvic floor dysfunction, and with patients who have finished or still undergoing cancer treatment.

Wherever you find yourself mentally and physically, or if you’d simply like to have a personalised introduction to yoga, clinical yoga can help you with many aspects of health and wellbeing, including:

What does a private, clinical yoga session look like?

Initial Assessment 
My clinical yoga sessions are held in the safe and comfortable environment of my own Home Clinic.  It is a lively home with different spaces to meet together in. We have chickens in the backyard and Leo the cat who may say hello.  Ideally you and I would only need to meet for a small number of appointments, with the goal to transition to a  convenient community class or continue to practise on your own at home. 

Your first session is 90 minutes, during which we talk about your individual needs and goals, and any health limitations. We then do a specific yoga practice in which we explore your range of movement and go through how you can get the most out of each posture and practise it safely. I then design a tailored yoga plan based on our first consultation.

Follow-up Consultations 
Each subsequent yoga therapy session is 60 minutes. We continue to refine your practice, finding out what really works for you and what doesn’t. The goal of these sessions is to empower you to be able to continue your own yoga practice at home or to feel comfortable enough to join a community yoga class.

What to bring
Wear comfortable clothes, and if you have a favourite yoga mat, bring it along. I will provide all other accessories if required, including additional yoga mats, cushions and bolsters.

Starter Special

$ 280 Worth $330
  • Initial Assessment - 90min
  • 2 x Follow-up Consultations - 60min each
  • 1 x Entry to one of my weekly classes - 60min

Returning Cient

$ 150 Worth $180
  • 2 x Follow-up Consultations - 60min each


Due to my teaching schedule, I have flexible availability throughout the working week. Feel free to get in touch today to schedule a convenient time for your clinical yoga appointments. Please note: The Home Clinic is open on weekdays. 

What my clients are saying...

"I highly recommend Heather as a Yoga Teacher and Therapist. She is friendly, warm and nurturing, which immediately puts you at ease, and she genuinely cares. Heather empowers you with evidence-based practices that help you to live your best life."
"Doing yoga therapy with Heather one-on-one is a deeply nourishing and personal experience. In our private sessions we’re able to really hone in on any concerns that I had with my body on a particular day and in general. I gained a much greater understanding of my breathing patterns and learned some specific practices for bringing my breath back into balance when I need to."
"Thanks again for your lovely guidance and feedback. I have learnt a lot and really enjoyed my sessions with you."

A little more about me...

I have practiced yoga for almost 22 years and have trained in all aspects of yoga teaching  and clinical yoga therapy for the last 10 years. 

Chronic Pain & Bowel Disease Sufferer
I too have suffered illness and disease diagnosis. I was diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis in 2015 and since then I have used both western medical interventions alongside therapeutic yoga to assist the management of my symptoms. I have since regained confidence & strength and in 2020 I started to teach myself how to run. Since then I have entered my first triathlon and other trail running events. My motivation is not to be fast but keep my body/mind strong & well. 

Read more about my journey with chronic illness HERE

Offering yoga to those in need.
I am also passionate about offering subsidised/free yoga to those in need. I have offered subsidised, weekly classes to the health care workers at Fiona Stanley Hospital and St John of God Murdoch. I now offer an ongoing discount for all health care and emergency workers.

I also offer an exclusive Scholarship Pass to those in need to attend a term of community yoga or one of my specialised courses for FREE. The Scholarship Pass is all thanks to the extremely generous donation of local Real-estate Agent & Yogi – Kim Liew.

Read more about it HERE.