1-2-1 Yogatherapy

The science of yoga, mindfulness and  physiotherapy combined


Welcome to 1-2-1 Yogatherapy

Stuart Robertson

Physical Education Teacher BEd Hons.

Physiotherapist MSc BSc (MCSP & HPC).

As you can see I work as a Physiotherapist, Yoga and Mindfulness Teacher.

I also work at Victoria Education Centre as the mindfulness and wellbeing coordinator.

Mindful Meridian Yin Yoga 

Mindful Meridian Yin Yoga Course

Click on picture opposite to view the mindful yin yoga page

Autumn term starts : Tuesday 4th sept 2018

Venue : St Thomas Church Hall, Lymington

Cost : £7 per session

St Thomas Church Hall, Lymington

Autumn Term starts : Tuesday 4th September 2018

Tuesday 12.30 -13.30. 

£6 per session

Milford Community Centre

Autumn term starts :Thursday 6th Sept 2018 

Thursday 12.30 - 13.30 . 

£6 per session.

Just when you thought it was time to kick back, relax and enjoy yourself.

Now is the time you need to work on your health and fitness more than ever! 

Sorry the yoga class for wine lovers is full!

The quieter you become, the more you can hear

Ram Dass

Charity Events

Seize The Moment ......Charity workshop for family ,friends and colleagues, who have supported me throughout the year...

Sat 21st July 10.00 - 15.00, St Thomas Church Hall, Lymington. 

What a great day! Thanks to everyone for their donations. Here are some of the charities we raised money for :-

Crohn’s and Colitis UK


Lymington New Forest Hospital for new CT scanner

The Humanimal Trust

Oakhaven Hospice

The Children's Society

Friends of Victoria Education Centre

Dementia UK

Physiotherapy and mindfulness combined

If you want to feel more energised, experience a greater sense of wellbeing, inner stillness and calm, sleep better, worry less, become more emotionally balanced, be more flexible in mind and body, establish and nurture a greater sense of connectedness with yourself and those close to you, and rediscover a sense of purpose and direction then click below

Mindful Myofascial Workshop

A journey not an outcome.

Venue :  Coates Centre,Oakhaven.
Lower Pennington Lane, 
Hampshire SO41 8ZZ

Date : Saturday 29th September

Time 10.00 - 13.00

One of the great joys of working with the fascial system is the sense of being present to observe the ever changing and unfolding landscape of the connective tissue matrix.

The basic tenet of mindfulness is to observe not  to change. To be skilled in myofascial work is to be attuned to the sensory experience of’ listening to', feeling, and watching the tissues respond to your touch and intentions, as a therapist.

In my teaching experience, fear of failure can present the greatest obstacle to developing the sensitive palpation skills required for myofascial work. In mindfulness there is no right or wrong, no sense of judgement, just a witnessing of the present moment experience with an attitude of kindness, patience and acceptance.

You will be amazed when you trust  in the process of simply letting go yourself as a therapist, how this brings about a shift in the dynamic relationship you have we the person you are working with.

Your work as a therapist will become deeper, more insightful, energising and perhaps above all more effective. Its not what you do its how you are when you are doing it.