Vidhi is a Clinical yoga therapist; mentor for yoga therapy training in Krishnamacharya tradition.
She is Complementary and Natural Health Council Profession Specific Board member for Yoga Therapy and Yoga Researcher in the NHS.
She has authored articles in yoga and patient group magazines. She supported Central Middlesex Hospital (CMH) rheumatology patient group with patient driven audits and held first in UK pilot study of Yoga Therapy (Y-TKM). She has published abstracts in EULAR, Innovations in Medicine Conference for Royal College of Physicians and International Congress on Integrative Medicine and Health, Baltimore.
She is also on the mind-body medicine sub-committee supported by the Royal College of Medicine. She is taking Y-TKM into the first modular introductory course at Imperial College School of Medicine curriculum and was awarded Inspiration award 2017 (Runners Up). She delivers yoga therapy for the management of addiction in Rehab Clinics such as Promis Clinic as well as other trauma related physical and mental issues. She has collaborated with MSK Consultants; Mental Health Professionals and General Physicians around West London to deliver Yoga Therapy as a complementary healing modality.
She specialises in offering therapeutic aspects of yoga in individualised settings to manage acute and chronic ailments through appropriate utilisation of yoga tools.
Group classes are taught with a specific focus that provides individual attention and care offering specialised Mind-Body programs for Stress disorders, Anxiety Disorders, Chronic Pain, Recovery and Rehab, Back Pain, Arthritis, sleep disorders and more. She also offers mentor support to teachers offering personalised practice for their development and also study workshops on various yoga philosophy texts. She also offers Vedic chanting sessions.