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Raquel Chinchetru

Raquel Chinchetru is a qualified yoga teacher and a yoga therapist. She completed a two-year Yoga Therapy Diploma course with the Yoga Biomedical Trust, the main governing body for yoga therapy in the UK. Raquel also completed additional therapeutic yoga training with Mukanda Stiles in Yoga and Ayurveda, Well-Woman Yoga with Francoise Freedman, Pregnancy and Postnatal and Baby yoga with Uma Dismore -Tuli, Yoga for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder from the world renowned Boston Trauma Center and mind-body therapy training with Yoga for the Mind.

Raquel also holds a degree in Psychology, a Master's degree in Human Resources and a MSc in Health Psychology at the University of Westminster. Raquel used to work as an honorary assistant psychologist with CAMHS NHS Islington.


Past and present Confer events
Yoga & Mental Health. A 3-day Conference-Workshop Exploring its Role in Emotional Healing, Affective Regulation and Neurobiology
2 - 4 November 20012






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