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New Masterclass:

When the Yoga Therapist Disagrees with the Physiotherapist
​​​​​​​Join us as Susi goes live:
Wednesday, 16 May 2018, at 10:30 AM

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New Masterclass:

When the Yoga Therapist Disagrees with the Physiotherapist
​​​​​​​Join us as Susi goes live:
Wednesday, 16 May 2018, at 10:30 AM

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ARTICLES AND INTERVIEWS

Recovering From Knee Surgery

By Susi Hately, B.Sc, Kinesiology Surgery is one of those events that most of us would prefer to avoid. It elicits the “isn’t there another way?” conversation. In this example, I am a fan of surgery. For my client there wasn’t another way. Her knees were her knees and...

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Wrist Pain: An Exploration

By Susi Hately, B.Sc.Kin C-IAYT Yoga Therapist This video explores the concept of wrist pain and how it has little to do with the wrist itself. The problem is rarely where the pain actually is. (Just a note: you will hear references to Susi Studio. This is a resource...

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A Novel Approach to Instructing Tadasana

By Susi Hately, B.Sc. Kin; C-IAYT The following clip was originally filmed in response to a question a member posted on Susi’s Studio – hence the reference to Ask Susi. Don’t mind that. Here you will learn how I view the use of Tadasana, and why I...

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Susi is an exceptional coach and her program is a unique experience. If you want to work under or be trained by the best in the field of yoga therapy, if you want to work with someone who really wants you to succeed, if you want to work with someone who truly walks the walk and talks the talk, work with Susi. She really knows what she is doing.
– Loreen

What people are saying about Susi’s IAYT-Accredited Yoga Therapy Program

If I were to sum it up – I’d have to say, “I’m no longer an imposter”. Truly, I am beginning to feel what it means to be ME from the inside out. How wonderful to be connected to every part of my body (from the centre of my belly to the tips of my toes to the top of my head). THANK YOU for teaching me to look beyond the books and seek the knowledge that is deep within my body.
– Maureen

What People Say about the Therapeutic Yoga Intensive

Susi Hately, B.Sc. Kinesiology
REGISTERED KINESIOLOGIST, YOGI, TEACHER, SPEAKER & AUTHOR

Susi Hately first experienced yoga under similar circumstances as many of her clients. As a teenage athlete in pain from running and other injuries, a friend suggested she try a few classes. “It seemed totally and entirely weird to me,” she says, “But a light bulb also went off in my head.”