Meet Victoria Michaels

Victoria is a certified Yoga Therapist and Yoga Teacher. She has practiced yoga for over 20 years and taught yoga since 2013.

Victoria respects ancient yoga philosophy and current evidence-based research when teaching yoga for health and wellness. She integrates meditation, pranayama (breathing), yoga nidra (deep relaxation) and gentle asana (postures) to promote a sense of balance mentally, physically and emotionally.

Previously Victoria worked for many years as a Registered Cardiothoracic nurse at both The Brompton and Harefield Hospitals. She completed her initial diploma in Yoga Therapy with Yoga Campus, London, and has gone on to further study with the internationally renowned Yoga Therapist Nischala Joy Devi, who specialises in adapting yoga for people with life threatening illnesses.

Victoria is the founder of Yoga Therapeutics and has a particular interest in working with clients who can benefit from a yoga practice that can be adapted for heart disease and cancer. However, Yoga Therapy can help support many other health conditions.

Her classes are focused upon the therapeutic benefits of yoga. Private and personalized Yoga Therapy sessions allow for a truly holistic approach to health and well-being and can help support a host of physical, emotional and mental health conditions. 

Prepare for the most glorious, restful experience with Victoria’s beautiful       Yoga Nidra

Yoga Nidra is a gentle guided meditation which allows you to experience a deep meditative state. The intention for this practice is to encourage the student into a state of dynamic stillness allowing the body to rest and restore whilst the mind remains alert. It can be particularly beneficial for those who may experience stress, anxiety and insomnia. However you don’t have to be experiencing any of these conditions to feel the benefit. Yoga Nidra is suitable for most people, however, caution must be taken with a past medical history of psychosis. Ensure you are able to be completely comfortable and warm to encourage stillness. Props needed. Warm clothing, pillow, blanket, support for knees.