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Sahasta encompasses the principle aims of what I aim to offer both on the yoga mat and massage couch.
I provide Vinyasa Flow and Hatha Flow Yoga classes, private tuition, corporate yoga, massage appointments or bespoke one to one yoga tuition with post class massage to truly maximise the benefits, all within the Bury St Edmunds area of Suffolk.
All require booking in advance, please contact me for further details or follow the book on line link above to reserve your space in my open classes.
Vinyasa Flow is a thorough and dynamic form of yoga where the main body of the class is principally about honing your awareness of the breath and the flow. This slowly builds in intensity, focussing on strength and stabilisation, heating and mobilising the whole body to gain the maximum benefits from the second part of the class. Here, the focus shifts to deeper poses held for longer duration to increase flexibility, to release tension and to work to correct strength and flexibility imbalances due to excessive training, postural issues, past or present injuries and stress/life style factors.
My massage work is a method of manipulation of muscles and connective tissue through a variety of techniques (eg cross fibre deep friction massage), to assist with injury prevention and rehabilitation, increasing training volume, assisting with the correction of postural imbalances, stress relief, relaxation and enhancing general well being.Learn More…
Can I help you?
I am a hugely enthusiastic advocate of the benefits of yoga and massage on all levels to everyone – hence why it is an integral part of my life.
For anyone who trains regularly and feels they have persistent injury problems or their training volume ceiling is closing down on them – yoga and massage may well be the solution for YOU.
Those from a more sedentary background may find yoga in particular connects with them in a way that ‘regular’ sport never has.
Whatever your reason for interest – to improve flexibility, to strengthen, for injury rehabilitation, to boost your training volume, to prevent injury, for stress management, coping with difficult circumstances or a challenging life transition, for general well being or for any spiritual or holistic motivation, you will get something extremely positive from regular yoga practise and/or thorough massage work.
Plus, it’s worth adding that it’s a great way to feel balanced – stronger and yet more spacious, energised yet more calm and centred…and get a great night’s sleep too!