Ayurvedic Yoga Massage

Ayurvedic Yoga Massage combines deep tissue massage with coordinated breath-work and yoga stretching.


AYM is performed on a mat allowing for a full range of stretching. In addition; the deep tissue massage dissolves physical tension, while the assisted stretches and breath exercises realign the body and stimulate the natural flow of energy.

Ayurvedic Yoga Massage is a unique style of massage that combines deep tissue massage with coordinated breathwork and yoga stretching. The session is performed on a mat for free movement and flow.

The deep tissue massage helps to remove knots and adhesions in the muscles, releases tension and prepares the body of the receiver for assisted yoga stretching.


Through synchronised breathwork, the receiver is led progressively deeper into assisted yoga postures that help correct postural imbalances and restore harmony to the body.

These techniques incorporate the use of the hands and feet as tools for massage. The utilisation of the feet allows for deeper and more thorough pressure through long and graceful strokes.

This unique comprehensive approach to the body dissolves physical and emotional blocks, helps eliminate toxins, promotes correct posture, improves respiratory patterns, enhances energy levels, and leaves the receiver with a profound sense of well being.

To book a session, email me in the form at the bottom of this page.

A note on choosing a session length. The best results come from longer sessions, however 30 minute taster sessions are also available


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Note: It isn’t often that people ask, but I feel the need to say right here right now that I DO NOT offer any kind of sexual services, only professional body treatments that are aimed to transform you from pain to relaxation and freedom of movement. So in case it crossed your mind, this statement saves you a phone call.  🙂

Massage Bio

Level 5 Diploma in Sports Therapy 2010

No Hands Massage Practitioner 2015

Level 2 Ayurvedic Yoga Massage

Reiki Practitoner – Level 2

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