Bill Thwaites is an internationally acclaimed Yoga teacher, who helps people quickly overcome their joint and back pain while enhancing their physical and mental performance.
In a rapidly short time, Bill is able to help people fully engage in an active pain-free happier lifestyle.
Bill's groundbreaking techniques fuse enhanced neuromuscular connections such that the body automatically engages its functional use of inner dynamic strength to open out the body without any negative stress on the joints and spine.
Bill is renowned for helping students eliminate their old sports injury or lower back pain in a matter of a few weeks.
Bill's unique insight often challenges established dogma giving students the freedom to fully expand their physical and mental capacity.
Bill has personally has taught the likes of Lady Gaga, Benedict Cumberbatch, Hayley Atwell, Olivia Williams, Toby Jones, Maxine Peake, Gemma Arterton and Robert Downey Jr.
As the former founder of London’s highly successful group of Sohot Yoga studios, Bill has extensive experience training thousands of students and yoga teachers from all over the world.
By getting students to remove the standard construct of getting the body to stretch into postures and instead, use the postures as a framework to expand the body open, Bill has proven students instantly eliminate their back pain or joint pain, restoring mobility and gain superior level coordination, balance and awareness. Over the years Bill has refined and perfected this functional approach to Bikram yoga which he calls Sohot Method.
Bill Thwaites, is an author of the upcoming book ("Perfect Freedom: How to Reach a New High in Physical and Mental Health") in which he details the science behind why he changed the way he practises and teaches hot yoga, creating the Sohot Method.
"There is too much smoke & mirrors in the world of yoga that makes it more complicated than it really is. If you correctly target your effort yoga is straightforward, even if you have a physical wreck of a body." - Bill Thwaites
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