ABOUT YHET

YOGA WITH YHET 

At Yoga for Health & Education Trust, we truly believe that yoga has the power to transform lives.  

We actively promote yoga through the philosophy of subtle energies (prana), believed to be responsible for maintaining physical, mental, and spiritual well-being. We believe incorporating postures, breathing exercises, and meditation, influence and balance these subtle energies to enhance the flow of prana, remove energy blockages, and promote overall health and vitality.

A commitment to inclusiveness is at the heart of YHET. Our classes and workshops are carefully designed to cater to your needs, no matter your age or physical ability. You’ll be guided through the blissful practice of asanas (yoga poses), the art of mindful breathing (pranayama), and soothing meditation techniques.

We believe in the power of yoga to foster community connections and social harmony. Our five-day residential events offer those with limited mobility and health conditions the chance to slow down, reconnect and enjoy a community that invites all abilities to participate.  Our fully qualified teachers are there to guide and support you, whatever your physical requirements by combining general yoga sessions with an alternative, gentle session accessible to all. 

Education and research form the foundation of our Trust. We offer online workshops for yoga teachers and serious students of yoga which qualify as continuing professional development for teachers.

Our website features a regularly updated blog section where you can find articles, tips, and insights on various aspects of yoga, health, and well-being. We also provide a collection of resources, including videos, podcasts, and recommended readings, to support your personal yoga journey.

So, welcome once again to the Yoga for Health & Education Trust family. We’re here to support you, uplift you, and help you discover the incredible potential within yourself. Let’s embark on this beautiful journey together and create a healthier, happier, and more harmonious world, one breath at a time. 

Namaste!