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Yoga Consultations with Ailsa 

(online, via Zoom)

Private one-to-one yoga consultations with Ailsa to soothe your nervous system, to help relieve stress and to help you to cope with anxious thoughts and feelings.  Experiencing a yoga consultation offers you a haven of peace and tranquillity and the space to dedicate time for your own self care.  Each consultation can be tailored for your own unique needs and a private one-to-one yoga consultation with Ailsa can include any, or all, of the following: Vinyasa Flow Yoga, Gentle Yoga, Yoga Nidra, Restorative Yoga, meditation and Dyads (co-meditation).

What can you expect from a yoga consultation

Private yoga consultations are your time to explore your own yoga practice.   Sometimes you do not know what you need until you turn up so we can explore what arises on the day.  It might involve some of the following: 

  • Questions about your own physical yoga practice: Examples include pose alignment, practising poses that you find challenging and safe Vinyasa alignment to help ensure the longevity of your own yoga practice. 

  • Guidance for developing at home practice: Do you have any intentions or goals for your at home yoga practice and if you already practise at home, what challenges are you encountering?  I can help you to cultivate an enriching, meaningful and dedicated at home yoga practice. 

  • Custom design of a yoga class for your needs, goals and interests


  • Restorative Yoga

  • Yoga Nidra: Yoga Nidra is a form of guided meditation taken lying down that leads you into the healing and deeply restful state between waking and sleeping.  I can work with you to create your own personalised Yoga Nidra customised for your needs and intentions and you will receive a recording of this Yoga Nidra to use at home. 

  • Dyad (co-meditation)

Private one-to-one yoga consultations with Ailsa take place in the comfort and safety of your own home via Zoom. 

Pricing & Cancellation Policy

Private one-to-one yoga consultations are offered in blocks of ten weeks and these ten week immersions are open for enrolment at several points throughout the year.  The next ten-week block begins w/c 8th October 2023.  Each ten-week block is priced at £540 (three monthly payments of £180) with a 15% discount for Elemental members.  The website utilises PayPal and Stripe so you can pay in whatever currency you want. 


Dedicate time for yourself and your yoga practice by purchasing your ten-week immersion here.  Once you have signed up, you will receive an email from me to welcome you and to enquire more about what you would like to explore during our time together.  We can either agree our weekly hour to meet or you can book your consultations via the Book Online page.  Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.

What is Yoga Nidra? 

Yoga Nidra is a form of guided meditation taken lying down that leads you into the healing and deeply restful state between waking and sleeping.  The form of Yoga Nidra I offer is inspired by my 31 hour Level 1 Yoga Nidra training with iRest (developed by Richard Miller).  iRest Yoga Nidra has been shown to be effective in scientific trials for conditions including chronic pain, sleep problems, depression and anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD); while increasing health, resiliency and well-being. 

What is a Dyad (co-meditation)?

A Dyad is only offered in one-to-one sessions and is a form of co-meditation between two people.  A Dyad follows a clear structure; the Witness asks a question, holds the space, and practises empathetic listening (without verbal or nonverbal reaction) and the person receiving the Dyad describes their experience verbally. The form of co-meditation I offer comes from iRest (developed by Richard Miller) and provides an opportunity to meet without agenda to fix or change but simply welcome everything, just as it is. 


Dyads can have a profound long-term impact on a person's capacity to meet the fullness of life's emotions without being hijacked by them.  As a person experiences themselves more and more as a neutral observer, they may begin to know a deeper, more peaceful aspect of themselves that they may have been unaware of.  Learn more on the Dyads Co-Meditation page.

What is Restorative Yoga? 

Restorative Yoga calms the nervous system and helps to move the body into 'rest and digest' (or the relaxation response).  Supported, effortless and passive restorative poses are 'held' for 5-10 minutes, creating a sense of deep relaxation for the body and mind.  Whether using restorative yoga for rest and rejuvenation or healing, this form of yoga can be a profoundly empowering.  You will melt tension and enter a deeply meditative state, leaving you feeling completely refreshed and restored.  The form of Restorative Yoga I offer is inspired by my 27 hour Restorative Yoga Teacher training with Jillian Pransky

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