Debs is a qualified Yoga Therapist and Special Needs teacher. She works with a range of clients with physical and mental health conditions. Specific areas of expertise include autism, ADHD, profound and multiple learning difficulties as well as stress, anxiety and depression.
Debs’ therapeutic offering is driven by her own personal journey several years ago, discovering the benefits of yoga and mindfulness for severe post-natal depression and anxiety
Debs works with individuals on a 1:1 basis and small groups both in person and online. Debs specialises in working with families and carers who support children with Special Needs.
She offers training for nursery and school staff, working with children with special educational needs. In addition to this she is part of a group aiming to bring yoga to both patients and carers of patients with Dementia in Hertfordshire
"My daughter really enjoyed the session and delighted in showing me the techniques she had learnt and the things she had made. I was really impressed how she had learnt effective ways to describe her emotions and techniques to manage them. I would really recommend this class!
Thanks." Erin's mum (year 3)
"Thank you - Joseph had a brilliant time. He spent the evening showing me what he learnt and was encouraging me to get involved too." Josephs's mum (year Reception)
"It helped me understand my emotions more. My favourite part was doing the yoga poses." Year 5 pupil
"Luke had a fantastic time and really enjoyed the sessions. I would highly recommend them, he felt very relaxed afterwards and had a good night's sleep." Luke's mum (year 5)
"She really enjoyed her day, thank you very much. We would be interested in booking another course. These are valuable skills to begin teaching children as early as possible." Zoe's mum (year Reception)
"I loved eating the marshmallow biscuit, we were told to think about how it tasted and felt... It was crunchy and squidgy. I was good at the yoga, I made a dolphin pose." Reception pupil
"I liked making sensory crafts and meeting new people. I enjoyed it lots and it’s also really calming." Year 3 pupil