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I'm currently focused on my training and work with external organisations in mind-body approaches so I'm only able to offer private sessions. Please reach out to me if you are interested in working together 1-on-1 or in a small, private group. You can book an exploration call at the link below! 


Embodied cognition is all the rave at the moment.

At PSYCHOSOMA, I strive to demystify the practices of mindfulness, meditation, movement and breathwork—a mouthful, yes.

I'll be incorporating psychology, philosophy, and insights from years of education, training, and personal practice. I believe that everyone can benefit from these powerful psychological and behavioural tools, regardless of experience level or background. Whether you are looking to delve deeper into your spirituality or simply de-stress and experience more relaxation and joy, there is something for everyone regardless of where you are on your personal journey. 



 approach to teaching MIND, BODY, and  BREATH practices 

 Guidance from a multidisciplinary teacher 

Cultivating a supportive

online environment

Flexible scheduling and pricing

The Science of Mind-Body Healing

Improved Mental and Emotional Well-Being

Research has shown that regular practice of mindfulness, meditation, and breathwork can help reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression, improve sleep, and enhance overall quality of life.

Reduced Stress and Chronic Pain

Mind-body healing practices have been shown to be effective in reducing stress levels and chronic pain, and can help you develop greater resilience and compassion in the face of life's challenges.

Enhanced Cognitive Function and Creativity

Studies have demonstrated that regular meditation practice can improve attention, concentration, and cognitive flexibility, as well as enhance creativity and innovation.

Better Relationships and Communication

Meditative practices, 

combined with contemplative practices, can help you cultivate greater empathy, compassion, and understanding, leading to more fulfilling and authentic relationships with others.

Anuj Mukherjee

Hey there, 

I started PSYCHOSOMA in order to bring together the often misinformed and misguided effort to cultivate the mind and body separately. Yoga is often reduced to just the asanas, and at worst 'exercise' and 'stretching', removing the most valuable aspects of mindful embodiment and breath that are central to its connection to  personal growth and transformation. In western settings, the development of the mind is often restricted to psychotherapy and the acquisition of knowledge. Our embodied and psychosomatic nature is barely being encouraged, developed, and repaired except through the work of outstanding teachers, somatic therapists, and academics in the mind-body space. 


I have been involved with meditation for the past 9 years, having sat vipassana meditation retreats, practiced under various teachers and traditions, and studied the philosophy and psychology of meditation and mindfulness experientially and academically. I am also the meditation community lead for Healthy Gamer, one of the biggest online mental health organisations in the world. In order to deepen my understanding and teaching of secular mindfulness, I am currently training in Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) with the Oxford Mindfulness Foundation. 



I have been practicing various styles of yoga since 2019 and began my yoga teaching journey in 2022. I am in the final stages of completing my yoga instructor course (RYS 200) under Yoga Nation (Singapore). Furthermore, I bring elements from other movement practices I have engaged in including Tai Chi Chuan, Muay Thai, Parkour, and the wider movement culture, particularly the philosophy and exercises of Ido Portal and Bren Veziroglu. 


My MIND, BODY, and BREATH classes are grounded in western and eastern psychologies that I have become well-acquainted with since completing my psychology undergraduate studies at the University of Toronto and the University of London. Furthermore, I am also currently training in therapeutic coaching with The Optimum Health Clinic (London, England). 


Reconnect your mind, body, and breath

"The quieter you become, the more you can hear." - Ram Dass
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