Massage and yoga: new team members help meet demand
By TeamFeelgood | Monday, November 05, 2012, 09:49
Three new people have joined Exmouth's Hands-on Health team to help meet demand for massage therapies and yoga classes.
Toby Taylor and Vics Lark
Introducing a fifth yoga discipline to the studio, Vics Lark now teaches Vinyasa Flow, a class very popular with fitness enthusiasts, on Friday evenings: "Vinyasa Flow yoga is a fast-moving fitness-based class which focuses on linking postures using the breath. It gets the heart beating and improves strength and flexibility," she says.
With a special interest in treating chronic stress, postural problems and the effects of trauma, Toby Taylor has a wide range of massage skills, including Indian head massage, Swedish massage and Myofascial Release, all of which he draws on to achieve the best possible treatment for each individual patient. Toby is available for appointments on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Louise Heath is a sports massage therapist and reflexologist with a wealth of experience treating patients with problems ranging from tennis elbow to joint replacements and burns. Louise offers appointments on Tuesday and Thursday.
Hands-on Health partner Albie McMahon says: "With the recent Iyengar and now Vinyasa Flow additions to our yoga timetable, the studio is rapidly becoming a yoga centre for Exmouth, and with Toby and Louise on board, we can also now offer massage appointments Tuesday to Friday, and Saturday mornings too."
There will be an opportunity for you to come and meet all three newcomers, when they join existing team members on the Hands-on Health/Stallcombe House stand at the Exmouth Christmas Cracker on 1 December.
For more information, see www.hands-onhealth.co.uk or call 01395 224207.