Book Alicia

Alicia

Drawing from her many styles of massage, Alicia strives to accommodate each
client's needs. Her yoga practice informs the way she sees the human body, and
allows her more insight into what restrictions may be causing energetic blocks.

Whether you are is looking for serene relaxation, improved flexibility, the warmth of
hot stones, or deep structural work, Alicia's diverse educational background allows
her to customize treatments for optimal effectiveness and a sense of returning to
one's spirit.

Book Leander

Leander

After seeing an 80-year- old man give a yoga demonstration I decided I should start
practicing as well. I was studying physics at the time, but found myself getting more
and more interested in yoga and spirituality. In the end, I quit my studies and went off
to work in a national park in the jungle of Peru. I felt really good amidst the monkeys
and ended up staying for 3 years. Somehow this all let to doing bodywork and
acrobatics and even more yoga. When I came back I did several massage courses
and studied for 4 years at the Iokai Shiatsu school with Kazunori Sasaki. Later I went
to India for half a year to study yoga.

Book Mila

Mila

I am an Ayurvedic Yoga Massage therapist, Yoga teacher and artist.
My Path of Massage and Yoga started during travelling. The different surroundings and cultures inspired me and gave me an urge to connect in a different, more conscious way with myself, others and my surroundings.

In my treatments, I am bringing in my knowledge of Massage, Yoga (600 hr Vinyasa Flow, Yin, Hatha, Ashtanga), energy work, and studies of the human Body (Bachelor of Medicine). These different approaches give me a unique perspective on my work.

Book Gregory

Gregory

Combining traditional Thai acupressure and massage with supported movement and stretching from vinyasa yoga, Gregory endeavours to create a nurturing environment for each client. His fascination with body mechanics and their connection to mindfulness began when he first came to his yoga mat in 2001.
During the following years, he was fortunate to study with teachers across the US from various yoga lineages, In Spring 2014, Gregory left a twenty-year career in fashion to devote his full attention to the study, practice, and teaching of yoga. He found, what he considered to be, a perfect complement to his yoga practice in traditional Thai massage, and completed training at the world renown Wat Pho school in Bangkok.