Ayshe Ibrahim

United Kingdom
Yoni Shakti Well Woman Yoga Therapy Teacher Training

I have been treating patients as an Osteopath running my two North London based clinics since 2003. In my early years as a practitioner, I specialised in treating women through pregnancy , pain conditions, sports related injury, and babies.

My own personal experience dealing with sudden onset of anxiety and panic attacks in my early thirties fuelled my interest in the mind-body connection. I trained as an NLP Master practitioner and explored many therapies and training from Meditation, Crystal healing, Reiki to more structural and approaches.  I experienced the benefits of meditation and yoga which led me training as a yoga teacher in 2018 with The British School of Yoga and completing the 500 hour Yoga Therapy teacher training with The Minded Institute in 2019. I  run Osteo-yoga small group classes (combining Osteopathy and yoga)for patients in my clinic studio.

With many years experience treating women through all stages of life from babies, teens, pre/post pregnancy and menopause I became even more conscious of how our emotions impact us at so many levels. It also became very clear how much of a disconnect we have with our bodies, particularly women.  With this clinical and personal experience and along with my own history of managing struggles I experienced with my own menstrual cycle and fibroids I developed a keen interest in Womens wellbeing and have been exploring this area with course such as Menstrual awareness with the Red School and Umas Womens wellbeing (womb yoga) course. The disconnect inspired me to start running womens circles.

As I have progressed as a practitioner my individual treatments have evolved equally. I consider myself a holistic practitioner and bring to each patient/ client a bespoke treatment and approach tailored to their individual needs. I believe we all have the capacity to heal and through physical/structural, physiological, emotional and energetic balancing, we can create an optimum healing environment within the body, allowing for it to heal itself.

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