Skills Corner

Teachers working at Love Yoga are, naturally, Human Beings who also do and offer other things, like other Therapies and Healing Modalities:

 

Martin Julich:

Martin also works from the Rosemount Centre for Complementary Therapies in 1C Mount Street (Tuesdays and Fridays), offering both Shiatsu Acupressure as well as Chinese Herbal Medicine. He also works from CLAN (Cancer Link Aberdeen & The North) to help people who have experienced cancer.

He teaches Shiatsu for Aberdeen School of Shiatsu (www.aberdeenshiatsu.co.uk) and offers Shiatsu and Yoga at the Marywell Centre for people coming off drugs.

He is trained in 5 Rhythms Dance and currently training in Open Floor dance work and offers classes and workshops.

His website should give you all info you’ll need: www.martinjulich.co.uk

Rebecca Murray:

having just been to India for further training in Yoga Therapy, she will offer classes and individual sessions not just from Love Yoga.

She is also trained in Nutrition and offers 1:1’s and classes in this field.

See www.lovevibrantfood.co.uk and www.rebeccayoga.co.uk

Emma Kidd: 

Emma has a naturally calming energy with a gentle nature that encourages students to relax and open and allows her to listen and respond intuitively to who she is working with. She is also creative and enthusiastic about wellbeing – in individuals, communities and our environment.
Emma loves developing innovative programmes, drawing from approaches from modern science to indigenous shamanism to support greater awareness and self-empowerment. She is trained to work therapeutically, modifying and applying the tools of Yoga where illness – physical, emotional – has already formed. This is often done on a one-to-one basis but also within therapeutic group settings and Emma has found the combination of group and individual work together extremely effective.
Emma is passionate about collaborative and democratic innovation and, as an anthropologist, loves to observe how we create collective cultures. She also loves growing, cooking and eating food; dancing and singing; being in water, knitting things slowly and exploring all things indigenous and natural.

Lyndsey Thompson:

Lyndsey has been a Personal Trainer for 11 years. She is qualified to work with Special Populations including Pregnancy and Post Natal clients, as well as the Older Adult. An Advanced Personal Trainer, her long term client base has provided experience with runners, cyclists, skiers, motor racers and golfers, as well as the general population. She is passionate about injury rehabilitation and prevention, and incorporates yoga to ensuring she can help people move better, in a pain free and compassionate manner.
She studied Swedish Massage 3 years ago to further help people achieve their goals, reduce pain and stress, and aid recovery.
She has her own gym space in Altens, visits clients in their homes, and has a massage therapy room in her own home, where people are invited to come and have their treatment.
Not professionally qualified in nutrition, but a keen foodie and versatile Vegan, Lyndsey enjoys assisting people with their dietary journeys. She loves exploring ways in which to optimise energy levels, and discover new and easy methods of eating in a wholesome way.