Yoga and Meditation
Ruth firmly believes that primary attention given to the emotional or spiritual body is the foundation for good mental and physical health. She began a daily meditative practice in 2001, devoting between 1 and 4 hours every day to chanting, yoga and meditation. She encourages patients to pay the greatest attention to spiritual wellbeing in order to maintain an emotional equilibrium to aid healing and recovery.
During Ruth’s practice she has progressed to the third series of postures in Astanga Yoga, and achieved a Distinction for a Masters Degree in the Traditions of Yoga and Meditation at SOAS (The School of Oriental and African Studies), University of London.