At Yogahome, we have many experienced therapists who offer a wide range of treatments such as hot oil or deep tissue massage, aromatherapy, acupuncture, kinesiology, reflexology, myofascial release, shiatsu and much more.

We offer 60 and 90 minute therapy sessions – you can pay per session or purchase a packaged deal. View our Prices page for more information.

All 60 minute appointment can be booked online via the link below. If you wish to book a 75, 90 or 120 minute appointment or get advice on the right therapy for you please get in touch with us.

***Our cancellation policy requires 24 hours notice minimum, or the full fee is payable.***










Access bars

Access Bars® are 32 points on your head that, when gently touched, effortlessly, and easily release anything that stops you from feeling joy and ease in your life.

These points contain all the thoughts, ideas, beliefs, emotions, and considerations you have stored. This is an opportunity for you to let go of everything!

How many of the following apply to you?

You’re tired all day, but when your head hits the pillow at night, your brain goes into overdrive, and you can’t sleep.
You’re constantly exhausted or high on adrenaline 
You’ve tried meditation, yoga, journaling, and more – but you can’t quiet your mind for long enough to feel the benefits
You’ve tried every wellness practice on the block, and then some, and nothing seems to help you relax

Access Bars® can feel like hitting the delete button on your computer’s cluttered hard drive – only this time, you’re creating space in your brain. Things such as negative thought patterns, or that endless mental chatter keeping you awake at night, can be released and make space for the calm you’ve been seeking.

Having your ‘Bars run’ (receiving a session) is relaxing and peaceful; imagine the after-effects of a great massage or walk in nature. At worst, that’s all you’ll feel!

Therapist: Ilaria Bucchieri

Ayurvedic Massage

Ayurveda is India’s traditional system of medicine. It promotes prevention and longevity and it’s the most holistic medical system that exists today. Ayurveda addresses the cause rather than the symptoms of disease, and integral to its philosophy is the importance of massage, both as a preventative and curative practice. At Yogahome we offer the below selection of Ayurvedic treatments. 
Please specify the type of treatment you would like to receive when booking the appointment.

ABHYANGA – Full Body Oil Massage
Medicinal oils are applied onto the whole body using fast vigorous strokes and Marma Points therapy. Abhyanga encourages the movement of toxins from the deeper tissues and eliminates them efficiently. It can help to restore overall balance and good functioning of all the systems of the body.

Combines the benefits of Ayurvedic oils with deep tissue massage techniques. The heat enhances the properties of the oils and aids in reaching a higher level of relaxation. This treatment can be localised to specific areas and to help in the treatment and prevention of injuries.

SHIRO ABHYANGA – Indian Head Massage
This treatment offers a healing, rejuvenating and thoroughly stimulating experience. The head massage improves the supply of glucose and blood to the brain, dissipates the toxins and opens the channels. 

Ayurvedic pregnancy massage works with gentle repetitive strokes and special attention to important Marma Points that can help relieve common discomforts that present during pregnancy. 

This treatment is designed to restore balance, comfort and help the mother get back into shape after giving birth. Ayurvedic oils are used to help bring back tone and elasticity to the skin and flexibility to the muscle tissues.

Therapist: Ilaria Bucchieri


This massage by foot pressure is unique as the practitioner uses their feet to deliver almost the entire treatment. Muscles are ironed out and toned with flowing continuous strokes.

It is suitable for anyone as the pressure can be deep but is completely controlled.

Chavutti feels like no other massage, it is powerful yet surprisingly fluid and smooth.

Please note that the minimum time for this massage is 90 minutes.

Therapist: Karina Messer

Deep tissue / sports massage

A strong, deep massage using oils.

Deep tissue work is especially useful for treating imbalances, pain and tension caused by the overworking of certain muscle groups.

It is also highly effective in addressing problems such as RSI, tendonitis, and sport-related tension.

Therapists: Eppie Leese, Karina Messer, Ilaria Bucchieri and Ian Stoneham

Dynamic assisted stretching

Involves a combination of passive stretching and dynamic active stretching, achieved through a carefully designed sequence of positions and moves, done fully clothed on a massage table, to recover and optimise your range of movement, ease off muscular tension, and support both flexibility and strength. There will be joint manipulation, and simple massage or acupressure may be applied too.

Throughout, you are in the care of the therapist who stretches you and responds to your needs. The sequence of stretches is comprehensive as well as adaptable to each individual. Everyone can benefit from this type of stretch therapy, regardless of age or physical history, condition and goals.

Benefit include: improved flexibility, strength and mobility, improved joint range of motion, aids muscle healing, enhanced posture and balance, improved coordination, injury prevention, minimised development of scar tissue, eased muscle tension and pain, improved mood and sleep.

Therapists: Scarlett Perdereau

Hot oil massage

The exceptional quality of this massage lies in its use of heated oil combined with a variety of techniques drawn from ayurvedic and holistic massage, lymphatic therapy, deep tissue and sports massage.

Tailored to your individual constitution and specific requirements, this type of massage can ease a lot of aches and pain, and is deeply relaxing.

Therapist/s: Eppie Leese, Karina Messer and Ilaria Bucchieri

Manual Lymphatic Drainage

MLD is an advanced therapy that targets the Lymphatic Vessels and “speaks” directly to the Nervous system. A range of specialised and gentle rhythmic pumping techniques are used to move the skin in the direction of the lymph flow. This stimulates the lymphatic vessels, increasing the flow of lymph, which carry substances that are vital for the defence of the body and removes waste products.

It aids the detoxifying, decongesting processes helping the body to reduce inflammation. It is also a useful treatment for those who are highly stressed out or experience anxiety, as it is deeply relaxing!

MLD has been found to be an effective treatment that can help the body deal with recurring infections and can be used to treat a variety of conditions including: low Immune System, headaches and migraines, sinusitis, Carpal Tunnel, IBS, MS, ME, muscular and joint pain, hayfever and asthma, recovery from injuries, and surgery.

Therapist: Florentina Lam-Clark and Ilaria Bucchieri

Myofascial release

Myofascial Release is a hands on therapy focusing on soft tissue dysfunction, pain and holding patterns. It is a non invasive treatment that involves gentle sustained pressure and aims at stimulating the body self healing mechanism. MFR has to do with fluid dynamics. Our bodies are 75% fluid.

The release feels like a melting or yielding sensation because the sustained pressure allows the dehydration of the ground substance in the fascia to soften, to become more fluid and in turn glide properly. The minimum time needed for the tissues to begin to rearrange themselves is approximately 90 to 120 seconds.

The therapist looks and feels for areas of restriction aiming to find the origin of the discomfort and release it. Then works with creating balance and restoring function. Each session offers a unique treatment.

MFR can be performed as a stand alone treatment or incorporated in a sport and remedial massage or therapeutic massage session. The technique does not need to be applied to every area of the body in one session because it will in any case have beneficial effects on the whole body. MFR is also very effective in releasing restrictions and adhesions caused by scars, both new ones and old ones.

Therapist/s: Ilaria Bucchieri and Zoe Laskowski


Shiatsu is a deeply relaxing Japanese healing therapy, working with vital energy or “ki” that flows through your body.

It can help us recover our life force and help us feel better physically, emotionally and spiritually.

Signs of trapped or unavailable life force are symptoms that won’t go away, feeling unmotivated or fed up with your job or relationships and wanting something to change.

As things begin to shift you may feel in better health, more joyful, creative and confident. The world can quite literally look clearer and brighter.

Shiatsu is your own private healing session and can also play a nurturing role in your Yoga and Pilates practice.

You will need to wear warm comfortable clothing with socks and loose trousers.

You will lie comfortably on your back, side or front on a shiatsu futon as you are stretched and specific points are worked using thumbs, palms and even feet.

It can be gentle, or sometimes dynamic, but always relaxing.

The most common issues that people bring to a session are: stress, sciatica, back pain, migraine, fatigue, anxiety, depression, PMS, sports injuries, digestive disorders, insomnia and asthma.

Therapist: Caroline Bozkurt and Kitt Price


Thai Fusion Massage, combines Thai and oils-based deep tissue work on the back and shoulders to address any chronic muscle tension and balance the effects of contemporary life. Designed to promote energy flow, ease and freedom of movement. As well as stimulation of the inherent self-healing and regenerating capacities of the body through improved circulation, range of movement, postural alignment and deep relaxation.

Techniques include gentle applied yoga stretches, static compression, acupressure and effleurage. A grounding and affirming experience, performed on a futon style mat for effective and safe transmission of the practitioner’s body weight to the client’s preferred pressure. Mainly applied through clothing, massage will follow the ‘sen lines’ (Thai energy channels with crossovers with Chinese and Western understandings of physiology) with the option of working with oils-based deep tissue techniques on the back and shoulders to effectively treat the contemporary urban dweller’s congestion areas.

Please wear comfortable clothing that doesn’t restrict your movement.

Therapist: Joelle Green

Thai yoga massage

Thai Yoga Massage is an ancient healing art that has been an integral part of traditional Thai medicine, related to Tui Na (Chinese), Ayurvedic (Indian) and Shiatsu (Japanese) massage.

It is based on the concept of ten sen, an energy system through which the body’s life force flows.

The massage releases blocked energy, and frees the body’s natural healing potential, thus restoring balance, health and harmony.

The therapist applies a combination of acupressure, gentle rocking and twisting, joint and spine mobilizations and assisted yoga stretches, using body-weight instead of strength, in a steady and meditative rhythm.

Thai Yoga Massage is done on a firm futon on the floor with the recipient dressed in light clothes.

Therapist: Emanuela Celletti

TUINA massage

Rooted in over 5,000 years of Chinese tradition, TuiNa stands as a therapeutic massage technique pivotal to Chinese Medicine. Together with Acupuncture, Qi Gong, and Chinese Herbal Medicine, it forms the quartet of major Chinese therapeutic practices. TuiNa not only enhances blood circulation and overall well-being but also alleviates pain and harmonizes the mind and body.

TuiNa’s versatility shines as it is typically administered with the patient fully clothed. Its comprehensive approach lends itself to effectively addressing a spectrum of health concerns. This includes issues related to the locomotory system, encompassing bones, joints, muscles, ligaments, and tendons. Beyond that, TuiNa has demonstrated efficacy in managing both chronic and acute conditions of the digestive, reproductive, and respiratory systems.

Zheng Gu, translating to “Correct Bone,” delves into the specialized mobilization techniques inherent in TuiNa. These methods are adept at rapidly reinstating normal bodily functions and realigning one’s posture and physical balance. While Zheng Gu may seem reminiscent of chiropractic or osteopathic adjustments, it distinguishes itself by encompassing manipulations of joints as well as their surrounding tissues, including muscles and fascia.

Therapist: Damian Allegretti

Zero balancing

This unique bodywork is the perfect integration between the structure and the energy fields of the body. Tensions can reside quite deep in the body and leave a memory of past injuries or emotional events that are often “buried” in the layers of connective tissue, muscle, organs right through to the bone. More simply, it can just be the daily habitual patterns of movement or accumulation of stress that create tension and discomfort in the body. The focus of attention is therefore on the densest form of matter , the skeletal system. Engaging the energy of it by applying fulcrums (held stretches) along points of tension can help to release tension that is old or new.

The treatment involves light traction that helps ease out tension and aids a more efficient alignment in the body. To receive a treatment is to feel the clarity of touch and connection that encourages the body to release aches, pains and stiffness in a gentle way. Some wonderful work around the head and neck fulcrums help to clear deeply held stiffness and increase range of movement.

There are times when we can feel off-kilter, Zero Balancing is a whole body treatment in that it is useful to aid the balance of mind and emotions. The effects permeate through to all levels of being and so it can be beneficial whether the cause is physical, mental or emotional.

Therapist: Florentina Lam-Clark



Acupuncture is an ancient therapeutic method wherein exceptionally fine needles are precisely placed at specific points on the body to promote healing. Originating in China thousands of years ago and practiced across various Asian cultures, acupuncture is founded on the principles of Eastern medicine. These principles hold that health and healing are achieved by maintaining a harmonious flow of Qi (energy) and blood circulation, which acupuncture helps to balance by addressing blockages within the body.

Acupuncture can stand alone as an effective treatment or complement other modalities like TuiNa, Moxibustion, Cupping, and Herbal therapies. Notably, the World Health Organization (WHO) endorses acupuncture for addressing:

  • Sports and Movement Concerns
  • Musculoskeletal Pain
  • Chronic Pain Conditions
  • Digestive Disorders
  • Menstrual and Reproductive Concerns
  • Urinary Issues
  • Respiratory Complications
  • Stress and Mental Health

***All initial appointments for this treatment are a minimum of 90 minutes, as they require a longer consultation.***

Therapists: Damian Allegretti, Naoko Taoka


Aromatherapy is a specialised complementary therapy which uses naturally extracted aromatic essences from plants, flowers, fruits, leafs and seeds to balance and harmonise the body at all levels – physical, emotional and spiritual.

Essential oils are specially prepared to suit the client’s profile and needs, and massaged into the body.

This process stimulates the release of beneficial chemicals within the body responsible for healing various imbalances.

Therapist: Florentina Lam-Clark 


Throughout millennia, herbs have played a pivotal role in addressing a range of health issues, both acute and chronic. Herbal formulas, imbued with diverse and potent properties, come in various forms including teas, powders, pills, and tinctures. Each formula is meticulously tailored, with adjustments in both dosage and ingredients, to meet individual health needs. When used correctly, herbal therapy presents a safe avenue for tackling intricate health challenges.

Herbs excel in recalibrating the body’s innate patterns of well-being, a state termed ‘homeostasis’. They offer therapeutic interventions for a myriad of concerns: from flu symptoms, respiratory challenges, and digestive complications to sleep disturbances, fertility issues, and mental health concerns such as stress, anxiety, and depression. Moreover, they provide relief in areas like pain management, autoimmune disorders, and menstrual irregularities.

Often, the path to optimal health integrates multiple healing modalities. While herbs are powerful, synergising them with dietary changes, acupuncture, and massage can amplify their efficacy. This multi-modality strategy ensures comprehensive care.

Additionally, for those seeking targeted guidance, we provide dedicated digital and live herbal consultations.

Therapist: Damian Allegretti


Kinesiology is a system of natural health-care, originally developed by Dr John Thie based on concepts from Traditional Chinese Medicine (5 Elements) and modern-day chiropractic.

Muscle response monitoring (kinesiology) allows the body’s intelligence to direct each session. Balancing the flow of life-force energy (chi) allows our innate healing powers to naturally restore harmony to our bodies, increasing health, vitality and emotional wellbeing.

The power of this modality to facilitate change, in mind, body and spirit is enhanced by establishing a specific goal for each session.

Therapist/s: Sam Dickson

Nutritional Therapy

At Yogahome we offer Nutritional Therapy to support your health, performance and care. Nutritional therapy is recognised as a complementary medicine and is relevant for individuals with chronic conditions, as well as those looking for support to enhance their health and wellbeing. 

Prior to the initial consultation we suggest a 15 minute discovery call, where our therapist Rebecca is able to get an understanding of your health concerns, goals and requirements. You will be then asked to fill out a Health Questionnaire, a 3-day Food Diary, and a Terms and Engagement & Consent form.

After the initial consultation at the studio, our nutritional therapist Rebecca will work with you to help understand how your food choices can impact your health.

The initial consultation will last 60 minutes, where she takes a thorough case history looking out for red-flag symptoms, and complete dietary analysis.

What you will receive after your consultation:

  • A detailed personalised nutrition and lifestyle plan
  • Supplement recommendations if necessary
  • Handouts and any useful information

Depending on your requirements, you may be recommend testing as part of the plan. This will be either through your GP or a testing company (functional testing is an additional cost.)

The follow-up appointments take place around 4-5 weeks after your initial consultation. Here Rebecca will monitor your progress, and address any concerns you may have. If tests have been undergone they will be reviewed, and new goals may be developed.

You will then receive an updated plan and additional resources that will help you with your health journey. This is an individual process and she may suggest further appointments if necessary.

Therapist/s: Rebecca Keane

Reiki healing

Reiki & Seichem healing is a gentle and tranquil full body treatment that is received fully clothed, lying down on a treatment table. It involves hands on or off the body to transmit and channel the healing vibrational energy that works on the physical and subtle energy fields of the body. It can be felt as warm, sometimes cool, radiating, tingling and calming energy.

The frequency and vibration of the energy allows the mind to slow down and relax, moving from sympathetic nervous system dominance to the relax, rest and replenish aspect of the parasympathetic nervous system, thus initiating the innate healing system in the body. With such a deep relaxation response and calming effect, Reiki Seichem can help to alleviate pain, tight tense muscles and release mental and emotional stress. To receive a treatment is to take time out to stop, rest and recalibrate on a level that harmonises mind, body and spirit.

Therapist: Florentina Lam-Clark


Reflexology treats the whole body by working on the feet.

The feet reflect the organs and structures of the body.

The therapist detects and clears any imbalances or blockages in points in the feet, helping to heal and restore balance, as well as promote positive energy flow in the body.

It works effectively on a variety of levels and is deeply relaxing.

It can energise, boost the immune system, improve circulation, help with detoxification and elimination, balance hormones, rebalance the body and strengthens body function.

Therapists: Florentina Lam-Clark 



Is your skin in need of a quick refresh? Are you planning a night out or are you just in need of a quick pick me up? Then our express facial is perfect for you!

This facial experience includes a deep cleanse, mini face massage followed by a moisturiser.

  • quick treatment
  • radiant glow
  • revitalising

Suitable for all skin types.

Therapists: Suprina Hilaire

signature FACIAL

Take a moment to relax with our signature facial.

This facial experience includes:

  • double cleanse
  • hot towel
  • skin analysis
  • exfoliation
  • tone
  • mask
  • serum
  • face massage
  • eye cream
  • moisturiser

Your skin will be left looking and feeling healthy. 

Suitable for all skin types.

Therapists: Suprina Hilaire

FACIAL Experience + LED Light Therapy

Whether you are dealing with a skin concern, prepping for a big event, or just hankering for a blissful hour away from it all, this treatment is for you!

This facial experience includes:

  • Skin Analysis
  • Double Cleanse
  • Tone
  • Warming LED Light Therapy
  • Arm and Hand Massage
  • Mask
  • Serum
  • Scalp, Neck & Shoulders Massage
  • Simultaing Facial Massage
  • Moisturiser
  • SPF

Suitable for all skin types.

Therapists: Amy Conway

Gua Sha Facial

This facial experience uses the ancient Chinese method using a Gua Sha tool to give the face a natural lift.

This treatment offers the ultimate combination of Gua Sha and natural skincare. It combines a unique effective blend of facial massage and lymphatic drainage to naturally lift the skin and activate circulation.

  • lift and tighten saggy skin on the face and neck
  • relieves tight jaw
  • boosts collagen
  • reduces fine lines and wrinkles

Therapists: Suprina Hilaire

Intraoral facial massage

Experience a new level of skincare with our Intra Oral/Buccal Facial.

This innovative treatment involves a gentle and relaxing intraoral face massage that promotes lymphatic drainage, reduces puffiness, and improves skin texture. This technique
provides a range of benefits, including firmer skin, increased collagen production, and a reduction in fine lines and wrinkles.

The therapist wears sterile gloves to work the face both inside and out, which tones and strengthens the facial muscles to smooth and rejuvenate the skin, relieves TMJ and jaw tension.

Benefits are:

  • Jaw tension and stress relief
  • Alleviates headaches and migraines
  • Contours and sculpts your face
  • Reduces lines and wrinkles around the jaw area
  • De-puffs
  • Stimulates the lymphatic system

Therapists: Suprina Hilaire

Pregnancy & post natal therapies

Pregnancy proving to be uncomfortable? Baby overdue? We have a whole range of treatments with our specialist therapists that could be perfect for you.

Shiatsu, pregnancy massage and reflexology have been known to help bring on labour in cases where the baby is overdue.

Postnatal massage

A nurturing treatment designed to offer new mothers physical and mental space to reconnect with themselves and feel entirely taken care of.

This treatment is aimed at easing muscle tension and aching often associated with lifting, holding and breastfeeding babies; promoting blood and lymph flow to encourage healing after labour; supporting hormonal balance; reducing feelings of stress and overwhelm and improving quality of sleep.

(Babies are more than welcome!)

Therapists: Eppie Leese

Pregnancy Shiatsu

Try shiatsu with Caroline Bozkurt, who has over 10 years experience of using shiatsu to help pregnant women with nausea, heartburn, back ache and anxiety.

She is also available to help couples who wish to use shiatsu during labour.

Pregnancy massage

A gentle, nurturing, entirely bespoke treatment aimed at promoting maximum wellness during pregnancy. 

Pregnancy massage stimulates blood circulation so that more oxygen and nutrients become available to the body’s tissues, helping combat fatigue, increase vitality, and optimising the comfort and nourishment of your baby.

This treatment can help with common problems related to your changing body during pregnancy, such as muscular stiffness, calf cramps, swelling of hands/feet, insomnia and mood swings.

For some, this might involve a side-lying massage addressing specific physical discomforts including pelvic girdle, back and hip pain, postural imbalance and sciatica. For others, this could be a seated, clothed head massage to help ease tension and anxiety, or an indulgent 60-minute treatment focussed on tired, swollen feet.   

Therapists: Eppie Leese, Florentina Lam-Clark and Ilaria Bucchier

Baby massage

We also offer baby massage for newborns and babies up to approximately 1 year old, so you can learn techniques for therapeutic touch and bonding with your baby.

You will learn a whole baby massage sequence in just one session!

Massaging your baby helps you bond with therapeutic touch and supports your baby’s development, helping deepen the breath, relieve abdominal tension, improve joint flexibility and muscle strength, and release birth trauma.

Please bring a large bath towel and some spare nappies. Organic Sunflower Oil will be provided however, please bring your own if you have already started using a particular one.

The 60 or 90 min sessions can be attended by one or two parents/carers.

Therapists: Florentina Lam-Clark 

Private sessions

As well as group classes we offer personal yoga, Pilates, Pilates Reformer and Personal Training private sessions tailored to your needs and preferences – either a 1:1 or small groups up to 4 people.

With private sessions, the teacher can address specific issues or questions, which is not always possible in a group class, and create a suitable plan for you based on your goals and needs.

Private sessions are also wonderful during pregnancy and postnatally, addressing physical and emotional changes, preparing you to birth, and helping you regain strength and manage energy levels.

The sessions run for 60 minutes with a teacher of your choice. View our Prices page for more information, or contact us with your teacher’s preferences and availability to book in.

Private yoga sessions

Private yoga sessions are perfect to get started in yoga, focus on specific aspects such as posture, flexibility and stamina, and to support you through conditions, injuries, stress-related issues, pregnancy and postnatal recovery.

They are also great to deepen a particular area of your practice if you are already experienced.

You benefit from enough time, individual attention and feedback to learn how to modify poses that present challenges for you, and to explore poses and breathing techniques safely.

You also get help in building a self practice, and the luxury of asking any questions you like!

Private Pilates sessions

With private sessions, the instructor can select the most relevant aspects of Pilates exercises with you to help you address any alignment and postural issues, understand core stability better, and find the best exercises for you and any physical conditions or injuries you have.

Private postnatal Pilates sessions will help to regain strength and stability in a safe, long-lasting way.

This is a great time to build a strong base as you are in a privileged position to work from a plain canvas and will help you deal with the postural demands of life with a little one.

Private tuition can also help you address common pre and postnatal related issues such as back pain, sciatica, pelvic girdle pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, diastasis recti and pelvic organ prolapse.

Private Pilates Reformer sessions

With private sessions, our experienced instructors can help you address any alignment and postural issues, understand core stability better, and find the best exercises for you and any physical conditions or injuries you have.

Whatever your goal, Reformer Pilates creates a safe, controlled and highly effective full-body workout.

If you’re new to Reformer Pilates, these sessions give you the opportunity to work at your own pace and level to become familiar with the equipment and comfortable with the exercises. If you’re an experienced practitioner or are already attending classes, the one-to-one are ideal for refining your form and technique or simply benefitting from the undivided attention of your teacher.

If you’re recovering from injury, Reformer Pilates is highly effective for muscular and musculoskeletal rehabilitation.

Personal Training

Personal training offers a personalised approach to fitness that can help you achieve your goals more efficiently and effectively.

Every Personal Training session is completely catered towards your individual goals whether that’s weight loss/gain, building muscle, build more confidence in the gym, injury prevention/rehabilitation, sport specific strength & conditioning, health specialist advice or other. Whatever your goals, whatever your needs, our trainers will use their knowledge and expertise to help you get the best from yourself and the programme.

We offer personal training on a 1:1, 1:2 or 1:3+ groups. This way you can attend your personal training sessions independently or together with your partner/friends/colleagues.

Boxing & Kickboxing

Boxing is a unique fitness training method that combines strength, endurance, and agility into a high-energy aerobic workout. It involves a series of movements, including punches, footwork and defensive techniques, contributing to improved coordination and balance. Its high-intensity nature makes it an effective method for burning calories, increasing cardiovascular fitness, and enhancing overall body strength. Moreover, boxing requires mental concentration and strategic thinking, offering a holistic approach to fitness that stimulates both the body and mind.

Adding boxing to your personal training sessions can bring numerous benefits to your fitness. From improving cardiovascular health and building strength to reducing stress and boosting confidence. The dynamic movements, agility drills, and high-intensity intervals involved in boxing training will help you develop coordination, speed, and endurance. Moreover, the mental focus required during boxing sessions can improve concentration and discipline, both inside and outside of the training sessions. Additionally, the stress-relieving aspect of boxing can have a positive impact on your mental well-being, promoting a sense of empowerment and inner strength.

Whether you are working towards a specific goal, or whether you just want to learn a better technique before attending our studio classes, 1:1 Boxing sessions are for you.


A Personalised Somatic Movement Experience.

Reset 1:1 offers a distinctive and personalised movement experience deeply rooted in gentle somatic and dance practices, breathwork, and observation techniques. These one-on-one sessions create a dedicated space for your self-care and embodied attention.

This somatic movement method aims to reconnect and enhance well-being through skill-building, slow circular movements, and strength training.

These sessions offer personal growth opportunities on multiple levels, addressing feelings of dis-embodiment, nostalgia for past movement, or dissatisfaction with how you inhabit your body in the present. As your journey unfolds in these movement based sessions, you will discover easy ways to move your body more freely and comfortably, liberating yourself from judgment. You will grow and learn new skills and confidence through each session, establishing a foundation for ongoing self-care and may experience reduced stress and increased happiness as you uncover simple relaxation techniques, fostering a profound connection to your body and inner rhythms by tapping into joy through movement.”

Common issues brought to these sessions include:

  • feelings of disembodiment
  • stress
  • postnatal concerns
  • anxiety
  • significant life transitions
  • challenges in grounding
  • difficulty slowing down.