- Médea Váczy
In 2014 I completed my Vinyasa Flow Yoga teacher qualification with Yoga London,
accredited with Yoga Alliance. In 2015 I completed Mother and Baby Yoga Teacher Training with the internationally
recognised Uma Dinsmore Tuli at Yoga Campus, and in 2016 I completed the Pregnancy
Yoga Teacher Training under her supervision.
The practices were designed to nourish and support the mother-to-be and the unborn child through pregnancy, and the post-natal body after birth throughout the years of early parenting.
I went on to achieve my teacher qualification in Ayurvedic Yoga Massage Therapy
In 2019, after an increased demand for practices focused on back problems and pains, I
decided to complete a course in Yoga Therapy for Back Problems. The course allowed me to gain a deeper understanding of the anatomy and pathology of common conditions, how to assess posture imbalances and
spinal movements, as well as an extensive knowledge of symptoms and contraindications, methods of pain relief, and yoga poses and sequences for different types of problems.
My classes are down-to-earth, with a strong focus on safe alignment, increased strength and
mobility in the hope that my students will be better equipped to avoid, nurture and heal
pains and distresses caused by a sedentary lifestyle.
I am a hands-on teacher and will offer adjustments helping my students to find the optimal
alignments in the different poses, encouraging them to find awareness and feel the positions
in their bodies.
My practice is suitable for people of all ages, sizes, and walks of life. I strive to inspire my
students to get to know their bodies and minds and discover what movements feel good,
teach them when to challenge themselves and when to hold back, and give them a safe
platform and a variety of tools to allow them to develop their own practice outside the
Ayurvedic Yoga Massage Therapy:
Ayurvedic Yoga Massage Therapy is a unique form of yoga-based bodywork that combines deep
tissue massage with coordinated breath-work and yoga stretches. This holistic and profound approach to the body is designed to dissolve physical and emotional blockages and tension, help remove toxins, realign the muscles and joints, rectify postural imbalances, and restore the energy levels in the body.
The deep tissue massage is performed on a mat on the floor and the receiver does not need to
practice yoga to benefit from this treatment. In keeping with the tradition of Ayurveda, nut or seed based oils combined with a herbal powder made from the root of the Calamus plant are utilised for their healing properties. They act like ablood detoxifier and nerve tonic, and allow the receiver to be progressively led into assisted yoga
The 90 minute treatment focuses on all regions of the body, and therapeutic stretches and tension
dissolving massage will be applied according to each individual client’s needs. AYMT leaves the
receiver relaxed yet invigorated, it is the perfect antidote to tension and stress, and provides the
added benefit of increased flexibility and range of motion.