Sunday July 2nd 2017

Yoga & Ayurveda for weight management

10am – 1pm


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Yoga & Ayurveda for weight Management 2nd July 2017  10.00am -1.00pm 

THIS IS NOT ABOUT WORKING UP A SWEAT however inspiring and easy to follow yoga sequencing will be shared in the morning before Ayurvedic diet tips and tricks will be shared through out the afternoon.
Learn how to eat and detox for your body type and join us for a workshop dedicated to weight management. Through the ancient wisdom of yoga and Ayurveda we’ll be exploring how you can take control of your health, purify your body and shed any unwanted weight.

aimeeAbout Aimee

Aimee qualified as a Knoff Yoga teacher in Australia in 2009. She now holds a Level 7 certificate through the Knoff Yoga System and continues to study with master teacher Nicky Knoff today.

Gaining a post graduate diploma in Yoga Therapy through Devon School of Yoga in 2012, Aimee was soon drawn to the therapeutics of practice and has continued to follow the path of therapy developing her skills further through extra studies in women’s health and wellbeing, eventually gaining a certificate in Womb Yoga with world renowned teacher Uma Dinsmore-Tuli.

More recently Aimee completed an in-depth training with Dr Apte, an Ayurvedic doctor and medical GP at the AyurvedaPura academy in London and is now working as a full time Ayurvedic Lifestyle and Diet Consultant, complementing her yoga therapy practice. Aimee is also the founder of Synergy Yoga & Therapy and now specialises in yoga therapy for mental health, women’s health, injury rehabilitation and back-care. She also holds a Level 3 counselling skills certificate to help support clients and students further.

A ROXY yoga and outdoor fitness ambassador and creative, Aimee loves to illustrate yoga inspired art in her spare time. You can expect to find a collective of alignment focused sequencing in Aimee’s group sessions, incorporating flow and creativity. Her background and passion for yoga as a therapy reflects in her deeply nourishing restorative sequences/workshops, clients find that such workshops have profound effects on their emotional, physical and mental wellbeing. Through a concoction of compassion and humility she encourages students to travel home to their bodies, to rest back into ‘being’ rather than the ‘doing’ of practice.

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