Teaching yoga to prevent and rehabilitate injury and for people in pain

I’m a Hatha Yoga Teacher, and have been running classes for 15 years in the UK and internationally.

Being an Osteopath as well gives me the clinical, medical and scientific perspective of the human body that most yoga teachers do not possess. I have a thorough knowledge of anatomy and physiology, the mechanism of injury, and the health of the human body – which means I have a deep understanding of how Yoga practice can benefit the body, and how to use it to best effect.

Yoga Classes Aimee Newton

Group classes

I offer classes for a variety of Yoga experiences, and can adapt each sequence to the ability level of each attendee. There is a therapeutic element to my teaching, which allows us to work alongside areas of discomfort or minor injury that you may be carrying, and to gradually strengthen them.


I offer personalised one-to-one yoga sessions for your specific injuries or health conditions. We will come up with a plan based on what you can currently achieve, and using a combination of my Osteopathic and Yoga expertise, gradually build up your practice to heal you, reduce your pain, and increase your strength and freedom of movement.
Yoga Teacher Training

Yoga Teacher Training

I am a tutor and assessor for Friends of Yoga (FRYOG), as well as providing 500hr teacher training courses. In addition to this, I run ‘Continued Professional Development (CPD) courses for yoga teachers on anatomy and physiology. You will learn all you need to know to become an effective and knowledgeable teacher of Yoga, and while you won’t come away as a qualified Osteopath, your Yoga knowledge will be enriched by the therapeutic angle from which I approach my courses.

Group classes are run from several locations around Milton Keynes and Buckingham and also on Zoom.

One to one classes can take place either online via Zoom or face to face at The Poplar Osteopathy Clinic in Bletchley.

Osteopathy and Yoga Buckingham

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