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Sue Skelton

Sue Skelton worked as a registered nurse in oncology for 7 years and palliative care for 12 years, and is a qualified yoga teacher and yoga therapist. She earned 90 hrs CPD with Healing Space Yoga for people living with and beyond cancer, and also Real Yoga Yoga Therapy training which covered working with people with cancer.

Her practice includes breathwork, gentle movement, guided relaxation, meditation and Yoga Nidra.


1:1 service via Zoom or face to face if within 20 miles radius of the address


Registered nurse NMC No 82D1435E
YTT 200 hrs qualified with Jill Jones Yoga in March 2018 Yoga Therapist
Yoga for people living with and beyond cancer, 90 hrs CPD, February 2020 with Healing Space

Last Updated:12/11/2023
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Sue Skelton Yoga
30 Weir Road, Hartley Wintney, RG27 8ER , UK

+44 7766 164 778
All therapies provided at this location:
Yoga Therapy for Cancer
Yoga Therapy can be used to manage symptoms and side effects and body terrain imbalances common in cancer.

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