Set Yourself Towards Healing. Here's How:
mi-yogah with vidhi provides one to one yoga therapy services providing customised yoga solutions for your physical, mental and emotional needs and helping you to create sustainable change towards your healing.
Vidhi is founder of mi-yogaḥ; senior and experienced Yoga Therapist; Research assistant in the NHS conducting yoga therapy research; and In-Service Tutor for BWY. She is Complementary and Natural Health Council Profession Specific Board member for Yoga Therapy. She has authored articles in yoga and patient group magazines such as Diabetes Update, Om magazine, Holistic Therapist magazine, The Times of Malta on topics of yoga therapy such as yoga and anxiety, yoga and rheumatic conditions, yoga and back pain. She supported Central Middlesex Hospital (CMH) rheumatology patient group with patient driven audits resulting in experience with long-term inflammatory conditions and completed first in UK pilot study of Yoga Therapy (Y-TKM) in Rheumatoid Arthritis at CMH. This study abstract has been accepted for online publication at the European League for Rheumatology (EULAR), Royal College of Physcians, Innovation in Medicine eposters and also at the CAMSTRAND, a conference on complementary Therapy organised by University of Manchester. She delivers Y-TKM modular course at Imperial College School of Medicine 3rd Yr curriculum.
She is regularly invited to offer workshops to yoga teacher trainees and other yoga teachers. She runs her private yoga therapy clinic from Mac Pain Management Clinic, Watford, and mi-yogaḥ clinic in Chiswick.
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Shared Care (Y-T) for LTC Pain program integrates medical, psychological and social care of patients with pain in a 10 week program. It is monitored by senior rheumatologist, Dr CB Colaço and Pain Consultanat, Dr Bela Vadodaria and delivered by senior Yoga Therapist in KM method, Vidhi. The team works in a complementary fashion across west London and delivers integrated care addressing individuals biopyschosocial needs.
Muscular and skeletal conditions including back pain affects 10 million people and accounts for 4th largest NHS budget spent.
20% of all GP consultations are MSK related
Depression and Anxiety are common among people with MSK issues
The Shared Care (Y-TKM) for LTC will give patients oppurtunity to self-manage their condition and will offer empowerment.
Better management of pain and reduced anxiety
Help to reduce dependency on pain medication.
The monitored outcomes will be collated and presented to yoga communities and may be used as experiential evidence for NHS fund holders.
10 session program delivered once weekly 4 sessions; biweekly 6 next sessions. Program begins 15th May 2017.