Giving back to others brings me a sense of fulfilment and is one of the main reasons I began practicing Ayurvedic Yoga Massage . Further to completing my Level 1 Training with the UK’s widely recognised practitioner Despina Psarra, I continued training on the beautiful island of Chios in Greece where I built on the basics and completed levels 1 to 4 in the first half of 2018.
In simple terms, the Ayurvedic Yoga Massage is a deep tissue oil massage followed by assisted yoga stretches. This technique was originally developed in India and benefits people physically, mentally and emotionally. By warming up and softening muscle tissues through an oil massage, AYM facilitates breathing and improves blood circulation within the body making it an effective way to release tension and bring us to a state of relaxation. To complement this, passive yoga stretches then encourage the relaxation of the tendons and ligaments which leads to the renewal of synovial fluid in our joints.
As a qualified Level 5 Ayurvedic Yoga Massage practitioner, I take great pride in providing bespoke AYM experiences which cater to the needs of each client specifically. Throughout treatments, I apply my own creativity to the skills that I have learnt which enables me to restore a natural state of calmness and manage energy within both the client and me. People often say that giving to others is within my nature and essentially a part of my character, so I am happy that I can now travel around the world and do this through my practice of Ayurvedic Yoga Massage.
Client testimonials have always been positive and continue to be the most rewarding aspect of my practice.