Yoga Therapy Greece

What is Yoga Therapy

According to IAYT (International Association of Yoga Therapists) Yoga therapy is the process of empowering individuals to progress toward improved health and well-being through the application of the teachings and practices of Yoga.

For us, in Yoga Therapy Greece it is the way to recognize and replace any dysfunctional pattern of moving, breathing, thinking, living with mindful ones that support the health and wellbeing at all levels of our being through a holistic self-care mind and body personalized yoga practice.

In Yoga Therapy Greece we design personalized therapeutic and transformative practices based on your personal needs, capabilities and overall lifestyle and we motivate and empower you to believe and to become the best version of yourself.

Yoga Therapy can serve to be preventative, curative and quite often as a means to manage a condition. It looks at an individual as a whole and thereby helps in restoring on a physical, psychological and emotional level.


No previous experience of yoga is necessary

Yoga Therapy is an investment towards your health and your peace of mind. If you are feeling stuck in poor health and can’t find relief or improvement through conventional medical treatment, try a personal Yoga Therapy session.

Benefits of Yoga Therapy

 Through individualized yoga practices that include specific modified yoga postures, breathing techniques and guided relaxation, meditation or yoga nidra:

  • You learn how to breath and you a healthier breathing pattern.
  • You cope better with stress and difficult emotions, balancing your Nervous System
  • You gain control over symptoms of illness or injury
  • You sleep and you feel heard, understood, nourished.

Where it helps

Hundreds of robust research articles prove the effectiveness of yoga therapy in many physical, psychological and emotional health issues such as:

  • Stress related and mental health conditions such as Insomnia, Headaches, Anxiety, Panic Attacks, Depression and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
  • Musculoskeletal issues such as chronic pain, CRPS, Fibromyalgia, Neck and Shoulders, Wrists, Low and Upper Back pain, Hips, Knees and Feet, as well as Kyphosis and Scoliosis.
  • Auto immune disorders such as Diabetes, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson, Psoriasis etc.
  • Digestive problems like Constipation and Irritable Bowel Syndrome
  • Women’s Health Issues such as Fertility, Menopause, Incontinence, Breast Cancer
  • Cardio-respiratory conditions such as Hypertension, Asthma, COPD, Cystic fibrosis, Bronchiectasis, COVID-19.
  • Grief, Trauma, Addictions, Eating Disorders
  • Immune Challenges like HIV and Auto-immune conditions

Personal Yoga Therapy Sessions

Individual sessions allow for a therapeutic relationship to develop between practitioners and the yoga therapist, where current life situation is fully taken into account in the formulation of a short and easy to do personalized yoga practice with some changes in daily routine that may also be very useful.

At least, the first Yoga Therapy Session lasts 90 minutes. The practice uses the entire spectrum of yoga tools that includes yoga postures, breathing techniques and guided relaxation or meditation that is aimed towards supporting the individual to better cope/manage the specific challenges.

In accordance with the ayurvedic and yogic principles, with the latest neuroscience and physiotherapy evidence-based practices, with compassion and sensitivity, with a deep understanding of the energy body and the influential role of the mind, a short, personalized yoga therapy program is developed for you at the first session. This is based on the Confidential Health Information Form  (download here),completed by you and sent by email to, at least 24 hours prior to your appointment (If you do not want to put your whole name, you can put just your initials in the health form).

First Session

In the first session expect to discuss your health, lifestyle, your needs and your expectations. Besides the motivational and compassionate interview, we will see the way you breath, stand, and move since they may influence you.  Then we develop together a short and easy to do yoga practice that makes a big difference to you and your particular needs of this period. You take this practice as daily self-care  home practice of 15-20 minutes, that makes you feel much better.

Following Sessions

The next session usually takes place soon after the first consultation in order to see whether the practice needs any modification or empowerment. This pattern of checking and refining continues, with the intervals between sessions usually becoming gradually longer. Most of the people come for about 4 sessions in 8 weeks, the minimum time for any practice to show its full effectiveness, as the research trial keep showing. Others prefer to continue to come back or continue at intervals of, perhaps, 4, 6 or 8 weeks. And some are happy to do their initial practice forever. This is not prescriptive and changes as each one of us are unique and have our own needs and requirements.

Any ongoing treatment can continue uninterrupted and unhampered by this complementary and integrative health and wellbeing mind and body transformative tool.

For those that practice yoga already, they find out which the right yoga practice is for them based on Ayurvedic constitution and their special needs.

Book a Yoga Therapy Session

1. Download & fill in the Confidential Health Information Form

Download the Confidential Health Information Form, fill it in and send it to, at least 24 hours prior to your appointment

2. Book a private session

Book by email or by phone your 90 minutes private session of Yoga Therapy at the most convenient day and time for you

3. Enjoy a private Yoga Therapy Session

Experience with the certified Yoga Therapist Evi the most individualized and self healing yoga practice you ever had and take it written down with you to try it regularly

Frequently Asked Questions

How long do the Yoga Therapy Sessions last?

Every Yoga Therapy Sessions lasts 90 minutes.

I have never practiced yoga. Can I have Yoga Therapy?

No previous experience of yoga is necessary.

Am I too old for Yoga Therapy?

No you are not too old for yoga therapy. As long as you can breath and move, you can enjoy the benefits of yoga.

Do I have to practice for 90 minutes each day?

You will practice only 15 minutes per day or even every second day by your own.

I live far away and I can not come 2-3 times a week. Is there another way?

You can come only once or you can come every 2-3 weeks for 2-3 months, or even we can meet through skype.

We meet for you to learn what helps and how to do it. You will do your tailored made practice by yourself. You do not need to see me often at all.

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