Are you looking for a holistic approach to your health and wellbeing? We’re here to help.


Ill health and chronic injury are often compounded by multiple contributing factors and who knows this better than mums?! Not only do we deal with the physical challenges following pregnancy and childbirth, but we enter into an environment that is not particularly conducive to effective healing ~ disturbed sleep, stress, anxiety, depression, exhaustion, and so on.

Every mother’s journey is different, as is her healing. Even if your circumstances were identical to that of another, your experience, reaction and effects may be vastly different.

For this reason yoga therapy engages a holistic approach, treating you as the individual, the whole person, rather than the condition.

We are Yoga Therapists, teachers, pre & postnatal specialists as well as busy mamas. We understand first hand the challenges mums face and that every mother’s journey and experience is unique and individual.

A big belief of ours is that as busy mamas we can have it all. When we choose to live our life from a place of ease & grace, living in the flow of life rather than against it. We use the tools of yoga to achieve this.

The benefits are simple

  • Reduce stress
  • Improve quality of life
  • Promote relaxation
  • Improve quality of sleep
  • Promote healthy food habits
  • Increase ease of breathing
  • Increase ease of movement
  • Increase strength and flexibility
  • Improve overall wellbeing

We can help you with

  • Pre and postnatal care
  • Antenatal and postnatal anxiety & depression
  • Transitioning into motherhood
  • Creating balance as a busy mother
  • Dealing with changes in your body pre & post birth
  • Your fertility journey
  • Adapting your yoga practice to suit your changing needs

How we work

We work 1:1, face-to-face from our home bases of Melbourne and Townsville, Australia.

We are also working towards creating a model that is online and easily accessible to mamas across the globe. We will keep you posted and look forward to connecting with many more mamas in the wider community.

Yoga Therapy empowers and supports individuals to manage their own health using the principles of Yoga and applying a range of Yoga practices developed within a professional therapeutic relationship. ~ Australasian Association of Yoga Therapists

Your therapists

Andrea Broadbear (Melbourne)

Andy Broadbear Yoga TherapistAndy is a (RYT500) yoga therapist and (RYT500) yoga teacher, as well as a pre + postnatal specialist based in Melbourne. She is co-founder of Yoga Mamas, busy mama of three, passionate yogi, health & wellness blogger and hobby photographer. Andy worked with 2XU on their pregnancy compression range and has been featured across various yoga + motherhood websites. Andy has additional trainings in pilates (including prenatal pilates) kids yoga and yin yoga.

“Yoga has been my saving grace. Not just the physical benefits during my pregnancy and postnatal journey, but the amazing emotional support as I’ve faced the changes and challenges associated with motherhood. As a result I am stronger, more resilient and better able to give of myself. I feel passionate about sharing these tools with other mamas!”



Kate Payne (Townsville)

Kate Payne Yoga TherapistKate is a (RYT500) yoga therapist and (RYT200) yoga teacher, as well as a pre + postnatal specialist and busy mama to one. Originally from Melbourne, she’s the cofounder of Yoga Mamas. Drawing on all of her experience and knowledge, Kate used yoga extensively throughout her high-risk pregnancy and journey into motherhood. She worked with 2XU on their postpartum compression range and has been featured across various yoga + motherhood websites. Kate’s style is individual and informative, leaving her clients feeling grounded & connected. Kate has additional trainings in pilates, aerial yoga and yin yoga.

“Having practiced yoga throughout my pregnancy & postpartum journey I can attest to the enormous benefits both physically and emotionally. I believe we should all stay active in our day to day lives but as women it is even more important to stay active whilst pregnant and yoga during this time has many benefits.”

Yoga Mamas Yoga Therapy

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Yoga therapy involves the process of working with an individual, empowering them to manage their own health. It is through a holistic approach and the application of the practices and teachings of yoga that the individual progresses towards improved health & wellbeing.

In simple terms, yoga therapy guides you in deciding the best course of action in order for you to work towards improved health.

As a yoga therapist we work with you, and at times in collaboration with other health practitioners, offering the tools of yoga to provide support in whatever way you need.

The tools and practices used in yoga therapy may include

  • asana (postures)
  • pranayama (breath awareness & techniques)
  • guided meditation
  • relaxation
  • mudra (gestures)
  • dietary and lifestyle advice
  • counselling and self-development guidance.

The practice of yoga therapy takes into account the individual’s experiences, situation, emotional attachment, history and ever changing circumstances. There is no “one method fits all” approach.

  • Yoga Therapy is conducted in a 1:1 setting
  • The relationship is that of client and therapist rather than student and teacher
  • A session takes place in a more formal, clinical setting
  • The expertise of the therapist

No, you do not need a referral to see a Yoga Therapist.

At your first session we will take a full client history and conduct a structural assessment.

Your first Yoga Therapy session is up to 75 minutes. Any return sessions are up to 45 minutes.

  • We suggest a minimum of three sessions.
  • During your first session we will assess your needs and determine the best course of action.
  • During your second session we will work through your full yoga therapy program.
  • Your third and final session is a review of your progress and future planning.

Yoga Therapy is not claimable under private health insurance.

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