Restorative yoga “restores” the body to its parasympathetic nervous system function, which, in turn, helps the body rest, heal, and restore balance.
Why I need to a add restorative yoga to my wellness practice……
1. deeply relaxes your body and stills a busy mind 2. Allowing time for longer asanas (poses) and deeper breathing produces a feeling of calm and increased well-being 3. Get familiar with how your body works and how your mind responds 4. A great place to start your yoga practice journey 5. Boosts the immune system 6. Balances the nervous system 7. Release muscular tension 8. Improve mobility and flexibility 9. Decrease fatigue 10. Reduce symptoms of depression and anxiety
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Sports therapy treatments have helped me in both competitive and leisure cycling, helping recovery as well as alleviating discomfort, especially from an old hamstring injury. One of the things I like about Roy is the mix of a friendly yet professional approach with a wide range of knowledge, including dietary advice and exercise tips as well as helping keep me focused and motivated. I’ve also learnt the importance of rest to help achieve my goals!
My decision to start training with Abi 15 years ago was inspired! The difference in my physical condition is astonishing and rather than feeling older and more exhausted I genuinely feel rejuvenated. The move to their own premises in Framlingham and then Rendlesham has added privacy and flexibility., add massage the steam room and hot tub – well I am extremely happy (and fit).
What I like about Roy is his non-judgemental approach, his good listening skills and his sense of humour. He is very refreshing. Also what is different with Roy is his ability to combine treatments, being qualified in so many areas – Counselling, reflexology, hypnotherapy, massage and reiki, to name a few. This can be very useful, especially with an illness as diverse as ME, and a person as diverse as ME!