Private Yoga – Pilates Sessions & Pain Management therapy
Private sessions provide the perfect setting to address and meet individual needs. They will help to gain confidence to attend group classes, improve posture, deepen your practice, answer questions or simply to help you move deeper in to the next step for your practice life.
Each session is unique will depend on the person’s needs, limitations, abilities and interests. The work format will vary from different techniques such as Pilates, Yoga, fascia release or movement therapy as needed, these techniques will be put together on an intelligent sequence to achieve the desire result.
It is important for me to hear the client’s history and interests in seeking help. Once on board I will observe alignment, posture, movement and breathing patterns to identify and have a map of specific areas to bring the natural equilibrium in the system
SOMATIC MOVEMENT EDUCATION
Somatic Movement Education and Therapy supports homeostasis, co-regulation and neuro-plasticity. Somatic Movement enhances human function and body-mind integration through mindful and restorative movement. My practices incorporate:
Postural and movement evaluation • Experiential anatomy • Guided movement pattering • Touch • Movement Explorations • Mindfulness. To increase efficiency; all while developing perceptual, kinesthetic and proprioceptive sensitivity.
HOW IT WORKS
- Write me a mail or lets have a phone cal
- I want to hear about you
- Let’s arrange a suitable time for both of us, I work Monday afternoons and Wednesday mornings. See time slots in the timetable below
- lessons are for an hour in length
- Individual lessons are £50 – Up to 3 lessons will be £45, ongoing sessions £40
- You need to pre-book and pay your lessons
- See you at my Studio
If you require more info please don’t hesitate to email or call me
100% cancellation fee for less than 24 hours notice will be charged.
How Somatic Approaches Can Help with Pain Management?
The somatic approach will focus on movement education, highlighting our attention to body sensations and how we interpret the sensation, with a perspective that aims to enhance a quality of life in which one stays present, mindful, even while moving: consciously acting.
Common themes with the somatic approach therapy are: self-regulation, pleasurable movement, self-authority, validation of subjective experience, sensory exploration, play and contemplation.
The somatic approaches will help the client to become aware of body signals and self-management of symptoms, enabling them to explore fear and pleasure of movement, within a safe environment, rather than chasing after individual symptoms, we uncover the underlying stress conditions that are the root cause of the dysregulation that causes the pain, identifying the stress conditions, which can then be effectively treated.