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  • Private Sessions

    Stuart offers individual sessions for those looking to free themselves from a particularly stressful or depressive time, or those looking to ensure they maintain their home practice. Private sessions are best done regularly to help you establish your routine. In a one-on-one environment you can reach new depths of discovery and start to truly challenge your patterns of thinking.

  • Workshops

    Stuart holds workshops that take you through his practices that enabled him to leave 25 years of depression and anxiety behind. You can expect to leave with tangible tools to help you cope with difficult situations whether in your private or professional life. You will learn the basics of a home yoga practice, including asana (poses), pranayama (breathing) and meditation.

  • Online Training

    Sometimes we are unable to find the time to get to a workshop or we feel intimidated by reaching out for help. Stuart's online training is designed to help you overcome your challenges whilst in the comfort of your own home. What's more, you can work at your own pace and use the downloadable files to keep your practice moving toward a state of joy.

  • Stuart Williams

    Stuart Williams

    I was only nine years old when I first questioned life. I didn’t understand its purpose. It was just a pit of suffering in an unexplained universe that seemed to be some bizarre experiment into which I was born against my will. At the age of 16 I was diagnosed with temporal lobe epilepsy and chronic depression. I saw psychologists, psychiatrists and tried everything possible to ease this sadness. But after 20 years of living in a medicated and deeply depressed state, I reached my tipping point. My psychologist urged me to go to hospital. I refused an option that was clearly not a solution but rather a cushion to this experience. And so, my psychologist recommended yoga, and for this I will always be grateful. Within three weeks of my first class, I was experiencing spontaneous joy. I would smile to myself (not the smile you give to others to keep the mask up) a legitimate, entirely authentic smile. I immersed myself in yoga, left my career in corporate real estate and moved to an ashram. Within only five months of reaching that tipping point, I came off all medication. I now find this life that I once hated to be filled with love, happiness and excitement. I am able to sit with my down days and let them be without letting myself spiral into endless darkness. There is more space to all that I do. This is the joy of yoga.