Amy is a health and well being expert with over 20 years experience of working with individuals and organizations as a yoga and Pilates and baby massage teacher and Thai Yoga Masseur.
Her background is varied from working in 5 Star spas to drug and alcohol groups, schools and adult education as well as teaching on overseas yoga holidays.
Amy was named one of Londons best complementary health practitioners in The London Evening Standard, and her work has been quoted and acknowledged by the media over the past 10 years, appearing in numerous publications such as The Times, The Sunday Times; Vogue; The Scotsman on Sunday and London's Time Out, Shape Magazine, Tattler and numerous other heath magazines.
She has appeared on BBC radio Scotland talking about yoga and has also appeared on Breakfast TV.
During the week's workshops we will learn ways to release tension, allowing the spine to lengthen, to awaken lazy muscles and calm down busy ones, learning to breathe and move more freely.
Particular attention will be given to breathing, to the work of gravity, and to the releasing of unnecessary and unhelpful muscle contraction and tension through breathing techniques and postures.
Amy's style of teaching is precise but flowing, fun yet structured. With an emphasis in releasing blocked energy and restoring the body's natural ability to enjoy and recuperate.
This course is suitable if you are a complete beginning in yoga or a teacher with many years experience and anywhere in between having the golden opportunity to spend some quality with yourself and take some time out of your busy life.
For more information about Amy visit her website at www.yogamassage.co.uk