Yoga Therapy is a private, unique
experience designed to help you reach your desired outcomes & personal goals.
Sessions are customised & delivered in A safe space using modern neuroscience coaching techniques combine with Yoga practices, principles & philosophy.
Yoga Therapy can assist with preparing individuals to be able to take part in group yoga sessions as well as general everyday social & community participation, it can help improve your everyday health & wellbeing as well as enhancing your relationship to yourself & others. Yoga Therapy can help you improve your overall daily living, the quality of life & help you make better life choices aligned with your personal outcomes & goals.
The word Therapy
comes from the Greek word therapeia meaning
Yoga Therapy with Sarah Truman helps you gain a deeper understanding, acceptance & appreciation of your unique self.
During Yoga Therapy sessions you will learn how to incorporate
Yogic Tools, Practices & Philosophy into your daily life.
During these one on one sessions consideration is made for any injuries, trauma & physically, mentally or emotionally challenges you may be faced with
Sarah Truman during Yoga Therapy sessions uses a whole being philosophy based on the Kosha Model & takes into consideration the link between the physical, energetic/emotional, & the mental/mind bodies.
Sarah offers Meridian Based Yoga Therapy in these highly individualised sessions drawing on both Traditional Chinese Medicine & Ayurvedic principles to help you achieve your desired outcomes.
Yoga Therapy can assist with:
- CHILDHOOD TRAUMA
- CHILDHOOD OBESITY
- BAD POSTURE
- EATING DISORDERS
- DIGESTIVE ISSUES
- BACK ISSUES
- BED WETTING
- PEER PRESSURE
- and much much more
- Sarah is also studying Auslan so are deaf friendly
"Yoga is the journey
of the self,
through the self,
to the self."
The Bhagavad Gita
A Therapeutic Yoga Session will use Yogic tools like Asana, Pranayama, Meditation, Mudras, Mantras to support the ‘busyness’ of everyday life and the ‘busyness’ within the mind.
Therapeutic Yoga sessions are highly customised and designed for the individual.
“My role is to be in this with you,
to help you find your voice,
to support you in making decisions
that's right for you!”
We will together look at strategies that you can implement to help you achieve your personal goals and live life your way.
Yoga Therapy can be done as a solo practice or along side other Therapies such as Psychology, Art Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy Energy Healers & more.
Sarah Truman works from The Base Health in Newcastle West offering support to both Adults & Children individually.
Sarah also offers a whole Family approach during which she encourages session for both Children & Care Givers separately and together (where possible and appropriate - this is not suitable in all circumstances). You can book a group session for the whole family as well as individual sessions for just the adults and just the children.
Let’s Go Wild for A Little While
Yoga Therapy for Children
$50 30 minute session
Working one on one with your child/children in a safe, secure environment they will learn skills on how to calm their bodies and minds. Learn how to increase focus, self regulate and connect to their bodies.
These sessions gives your child the opportunity to discuss individual concerns & goals and together we will work on developing a tool box to help support them on their unique journey.
We can also pair individual children as part of social skills capacity building as we work towards group classes.
Yoga Therapy for Adults/Families
$90 60 minute session
NDIS Funding can be used for private and case managed participants additional hourly fee maybe applied for case notes and reporting (approximately $165/session)
Initial consultation maybe required to help set goals (Sankalpa) additional fee of $60 may apply your first session.
not familiar with the term?
let's break it down.
San = Connection to your highest self (we call it your WILD self)
Kalpa - the rule above all rules, the truth above all truths
When we put it together the word SanKalpa can be translated to mean
"a vow, a commitment you, your highest/wildest self"
A Note to Adults
When you join THE WILD YOU PROJECT & we work together on transforming your life and /or the life of your child from the inside out.
THE WILD YOU PROJECT uses the science & practice of Yoga as Therapy to help you navigate everyday life & to support you in remembering & reconnecting to the real you,
or as I like to say the WILD YOU!
Using self compassion practices to support you in a journey of self-investigation, self-transformation, & self-realisation.
Yoga Therapy Sessions for you can be done in conjunction with you children or as stand alone sessions.
THIS PROJECT WILL SUPPORT you in achieving your healing goals but requires you to do the work and be committed.
THE WILD YOU PROJECT is a individualised experience.
A 'one fits all' method will never apply to our sessions.
In Yoga Therapy we never assume that if something has worked for someone else that it will be guaranteed to work for you.
Which is why Yoga is also known as slow mind medicine and requires you to be committed to your home practice for your self and your child.
When you begin Yoga Therapy your making a commitment to your self, to give your self the time & space to make the changes you so strongly desire.
Results often take time & remembering this is a process of using self compassion to support you in a journey of self - investigation, self - transformation & self -realisation is key.
The reasons that Adults benefit from Yoga Therapy:
sleep disorders, anxiety, depression, stress, addictions, PTSD, chronic fatigue, back pain, asthma, digestive issues, fertility, menstrual issues, ADHD, Aspergers, cancer, arthritis, pre/post surgery, mental health , pregnancy, child hood Trauma and much much more.
Contact Sarah directly to discuss your questions and concerns [email protected]m
A Note To Tweens & Teens
Privacy of Sessions
A note for tweens/teens (10 years+)
During our private session with tweens & teens (that's you) privacy and trust can be very important so what you say to me privately, stays that way, including your parents & guardians, unless we have your permission to tell them.
This privacy, also called confidentiality, is very important to me because I want you to feel comfortable & have more trust in me and our sessions. So, as a general rule, I will keep the information you share with me in our sessions confidential, unless I have your consent (permission) to share certain information.
However, there are some important exceptions to this rule.
If you are involved in a court case & a formal request (a subpoena) is made which requires me to share your information then I may have to, even without your consent. Also, if I believe that you are at serious risk of harming yourself or another person, or if someone else is harming you, then I must take steps to protect you.
This means that I may have to share what you have told me with other people, such as a parent or guardian, or the relevant authorities (eg. child protection), with or without your consent.
If any of these situations do come up and I feel I must share your information, I will do my best to talk to you about who we need to share the information with, what I need to tell them, and why.
Except for in the situations mentioned above, I will not tell your parents/guardians
specific things you share with me in sessions, unless I have your permission.
However, sometimes it is important for your parent/guardian to know what is going on in your life. In those situations, I will encourage you to tell your parent/guardian and if you choose to
I can help you find the best way to tell them.
Also, depending on your age and family situation, if your parents/guardians ask to meet with me, I may describe problems in general terms, without sharing any specific information that you have told me,
in order to help them know how to be more helpful to you.
I will do my best to talk to you about this first to make sure that you are comfortable with this.
Sometimes it may be helpful for me to talk with other people that may be able to help with your reason for coming to see me, such as your doctor, school counsellor, teacher, or other health professional. If I think that this would be helpful I would first talk to you about what information would be shared and I would only share that information if I have your permission to do so. If a doctor or other professional referred you to us, I would usually write a letter back to that person to give them feedback about the reasons you came to see me and how we are going with improving these things (a summary letter).
If you have any other questions, requests or queries please fell free to call or email me direct.