Anneke Sips

Anneke Sips (RN) founded Network Yoga Therapy and The Yoga Therapy Conference in Amsterdam and is a bridge-builder in the field of yoga therapy for mental health in The Netherlands and internationally. She leads 'Svastha Yoga The Netherlands' and the Svastha training programs.

She is a Yoga Teacher and Therapist (C-IAYT) who has been working in the field of psychiatry since 1998. With her holistic and compassionate approach, she supports many clients in private sessions and group therapy. She is passionate about supporting clients and students integrating yoga in their life and work with her online program: 'The Bridge'.

She enjoys studying with the Mohan family and loves traveling and playing with her 7 years old daughter Mila and two Ragdolls at home!

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meet me

I see you.

Find me when difficult emotions take over your body and mind. 

To understand your (extraordinary) experiences, to be the owner of your own story, recovery and solutions.

You seek optimal balance, I'll be with you, as long as needed.

Find me to become a yoga teacher or yoga therapist (see below), specialising compassion based programs.

I create bridges between yoga, science and (mental) health for over a decade.


In both therapy and trainings, I merge the concepts of yoga with what I've learned over the years from my teachers:

AG Mohan, Indra, Nitya and Ganesh.

And other experts like Stephen Porges, Sue Carter, Bessel van der Kolk, Kirsten Neff, Chris Germer, Eleanor Longden and many more wise individuals.

Worked extensively in mental health organisations: crises, addiction and change management, trauma and psychosis adults and youth.


Connecting from human to human. In yoga therapy or yoga training.

You are invited to merge your concepts with yoga concepts too. I love to support and guide you.

Email for info and appointments: anneke@networkyogatherapy.com

4 sessions pack: €500 for The Bridge members

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YOGA,
Or Yoga Therapy?

A general public yoga class can certainly ease everyday aches, pains, and mood complaints. But a yoga therapy session goes further because it is tailored to the individual.

Yoga is about what we do, or not do, with our lives, finding our own life philosophy that leads to a state of optimal balance.

It offers tools to practice, to embody our own philosophy. It’s about moving toward mental and physical wellness and mindful presence over time.

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