• Post traumatic Stress Disorder – “Losing your way in the World” Bessel van der Kolk.

“Post –traumatic stress disorder is a complex and debilitating disorder involving dysregulation of the mind, body and mind-body interface. Given that yoga is a mind-body practise known to have benefit for all these elements, and has had significant therapeutic benefit in a number of related disorders, it is likely that yoga will be a useful addition to existing PTSD treatments”  Sat Bir Khals,PhD

In 2008, IEL (Institute for Extraordinary Living) researcher Sat Bir Khalsa, PhD, received a grant from the Department of Defence (USA) to study the effects of Kripalu Yoga practise on Military personnel with PTSD. IEL has collaborated with trauma and yoga experts to develop a comprehensive yoga programme specifically designed to relieve symptoms of post- traumatic stress disorder.In July 2012, Suzie invited Sat Bir Singh Khalsa to give a lecture at Headley Court (DMRC) where she currently teaches her Heroes at Ease programme. The lecture was attended by Health Workers, Physiotherapist and  Occupational Therapists.

Suzie has extensive experience of working with people with PTSD and  has worked in a hospital for abused women and with soldiers who are often amputees suffering from PTSD

Suzie runs workshops on :


  • Depression
  • Yoga for people with Cancer
  • Yoga Nidra and Chakra Balancing
  • Cikitsa – Long holding Yoga

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