Yoga provides a powerful framework for optimal mental and physical health transformation. ShaktiCalm brings together a unique blend of mind-body practices incorporating Yoga & Psychology.

Using understanding from psychology, research and science, Dr Selina Nath-Gordon provides a modern understanding of yoga, while deeply honouring its ancient traditions.

Yoga for Wellbeing

Group classes in-person – Eta Community Centre
Every Monday 17:30 – 18:30
Cost: £14 per class

Block-booking concession and equity pricing available.

Vinyasa Flow Yoga integrated with synchronised body movement & rhythmic breathwork. We flow with intention & grace through a variety of asanas (postures), practice pranayama (breathing techniques) & deep relaxation.


Personalised and tailored to your needs, yoga and breathwork sessions integrating yoga, psychology and research for a holistic mind-body-spirit practice. This is delivered online, or if you live in the area of Richmond & Twickenham, I can travel to your home.

Cost: £81 per 1-hour session.

Block-booking concession and equity pricing available. We start with an obligation free consultation, discussing your requirements and how yoga can help.

Online Practices

Subscribe to my free online content on YouTube.

Regardless of if you are a beginner or advanced practitioner, there will be weekly practices and other yoga relevant content published twice a week from November 2022.

Visit the ShaktiCalm youtube channel

About me

Dr Selina Nath-Gordon
Psychologist & Yoga Teacher

ShaktiCalm is a fusion of my worlds, bringing together knowledge from classical yoga and evidence-based psychology research, informed by my own lived experiences. I identify as a survivor of mental and physical illnesses.

Having transformed my life with the practices of yoga, I share an open, honest, and authentic account of the benefits of yoga. I share knowledge as a part of my process, rather than being someone that has “figured it all out”. I don’t do sales talk and wholeheartedly practice what I preach.

I am British born of Indian heritage, descendent of the Nath Yogi tradition.

My early years was filled with Hindu teachings and Hatha Yoga practices, and my childhood and teenage years were spent at the wonderful Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan (The Home of Indian Arts) training in Bharatanatyam Indian Classical dance and learning Iyengar and Ashtanga Yoga.

As an adult, I pursued a demanding academic career, gaining a PhD in Psychology. I then worked for over a decade in research and academia specialising in mental health and education, before training as a certified yoga teacher. I have additional training in Yoga Therapy for Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), pranayama & breathwork, fertility, pregnancy, and advanced postnatal yoga.

For a full list of my research publications visit research gate and for all my qualifications, training, and background see my CV.