PIPPA JACKSON YOGA
& YOGA THERAPY
Find Your True Alignment
PIPPA JACKSON YOGA
& YOGA THERAPY
YOGA THERAPY, HATHA YOGA, STRONG SLOW FLOW, YIN YOGA,
RESTORATIVE YOGA, MEDITATION & BREATH WORK
I am a qualified Yoga Therapist specializing in Eating Disorder relief and Mental Health support,
based in Sydney, Australia.
I have additional 1st Aid for Mental Health training.
I'm also an 800hr PURNA Certified Yoga & Meditation Teacher.
PURNA means ‘complete’ in Sanskrit, incorporating characteristics of the traditional yoga teachings: Asana (postures), Pranayama (breath work), Meditation and Yoga Philosophy.
This style of teaching offers a balanced mind and body experience.
My main desire is to lead others along the path of self-discovery that yoga provides. Whether you want to move your body, develop spiritual growth, or heal from a long-term affliction, I am certain you will benefit from
our work together.
The Essentials: Training Clinicians in Eating Disorders - INSIDEOUT, Institute for Eating Disorders
1st AID for Mental Health - Mental Health AUSTRALIA
Yoga Therapy - The Yoga Therapy Institute, Australia
25hrs Restorative Yoga - The Byron Yoga Centre
50hrs YIN Yoga - The Byron Yoga Centre
L1, L2 & L3, 800hrs Yoga Teacher Training - The Byron Yoga Centre
What is Yoga Therapy?
Yoga Therapy is a holistic wellness approach empowering and supporting individuals to manage their own health using the principles of Yoga. Tools that may be used in a Yoga Therapy session include: gentle asana (postures), pranayama (breath awareness and techniques), mudra (gestures), mantra (chanting), visualization, relaxation, meditation, lifestyle counselling and self-development guidance.
Yoga Therapy emphasizes the connection of body, mind and spirit.
A Yoga Therapist is an experienced Yoga Teacher with additional qualifications, specialised skills and knowledge in the application of Yoga within a therapeutic setting.
Yoga Therapy is offered as a personalised consultation. Together, the therapist and client will develop a self-empowering therapeutic program appropriate to the client’s needs.
PIPPA JACKSON YOGA THERAPY can help with:
Eating disorder relief
Body acceptance & body awareness
Substance misuse relief
Creating new self-care practices
Learning to trust your inner wisdom
Understanding your mind, body, spirit connection
Locating emotions with your body
Anxiety & stress
Sleep trouble - Jet Lag, Insomnia
Celebrate victories every step of the way!
For further information on the Yoga Therapy process & how we can work together, please refer to the Yoga Therapy section of this website and/or get in touch for a free consultation call.
Designed For You - In the Comfort of your Own Home
Sessions with Pippa are personalised to individual needs and aim to leave students feeling grounded and present in their bodies. Sessions have a strong focus on centering and soothing the mind while developing strength and balance. Pippa will help guide students safely and effectively by teaching them to be responsible for their own bodies and to be mindful about movement in their practice. Sessions are nurturing and will encourage students to open their hearts and minds, as well as their bodies.
Hatha is perfect for students looking for a meaningful mind-body experience on the mat. Ideal for beginner yogis. Get ready to stretch and strengthen your body.
Slow Flow invites you to dive deeper into your practice. The focus is on alignment and breath, and a special emphasis on proper technique helps you refine your form while feeling deeply embodied in the moment.
YIN & RESTORATIVE
Similar floor-based practices both aiming to slow and steady the body and mind. The restorative practice involves only 4-5 poses often held for 10-15 minutes each. Being supported by props allow you to completely relax, rest and restore.
Yin yoga offers a slightly more involved practice, with more postures, placing small amounts of healthy stress to joints and connective tissue for a deep full
The ability to separate passing thought from ones own identity is the key to attaining realization of the True Self.