Vidhi is founder of mi-yogaḥ; senior and experienced Yoga Therapist; Hon Research assistant at the Central Middlesex Hospital conducting yoga therapy research; and In-Service Tutor for British Wheel of Yoga.
She is an established and published writer for 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 works alongside consultants and GP’s across West London delivering yoga therapy to patients to complement patient care. She was selected as a featured registrant for the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council, a government supported organisation and approved register of complementary therapist accredited by Professionals Standard Authority of health and social care; for her work with the NHS on patient and public engagement.
She has also conducted yoga research with University of Westminster to study effects of yoga therapy on quality of life and has initiated research collaborations with Imperial College’s Department of Public Health to study effects of yoga therapy on back pain and also with London North West Hospital Trust to study effects on rheumatoid arthritis.
She is regularly invited to offer workshops to yoga teacher trainees and other yoga teachers. She runs her private yoga therapy clinic from Evolve Wellness Centre, South Kensington, Neals Yard remedies, Richmond and mi-yogaḥ clinic in Ealing.
She specialises in offering therapeutic aspects of yoga in individualised settings to manage acute and chronic ailments through appropriate utilisation of yoga tools.
Group classes are taught with a specific focus that provides individual attention and care offering specialised programs on Stress Management for Corporate Employees, Movement Meditation, Back Pain Care, Yoga for mums and Dads and many more. She also offers mentor support to teachers offering personalised practice for their development and also study workshops on various yoga philosophy texts. She also offers Vedic chanting sessions.