Yoga and Massage

 


Virya yoga 

Virya yoga is a dynamic form of yoga, which focuses on biomechanics. In systematically composed yoga series you will discover in each and every class a tough, fun way to practice yoga that nourishes your mind with positive, philosophical themes.”Virya”, in Sanskrit, means ”enthusiasm”, ”energy”, or ”power”, and the aim of Virya yoga is that it will empower and energise you.

Cecilia Swensson who is a fully trained teacher from the Nordic Institute of Yoga (Registered in the International Association ”The Yoga Alliance”) gives twice weekly classes in Verbier and also offers private classes on demand.

More info about Virya yoga at: http://nordiskyoga.se


Massage therapy as a part of your maintenance plan

Massage therapy benefits people of all ages. While it benefits the injured, the ill and the stressed, the real strength of massage therapy and body work lies in prevention.

Therapeutic massage and physical activity is an important part of your health maintenance plan, by:
Reducing or eliminating pain
Improving joint mobility
Improving circulation
Improving immune system functioning
Increasing lymphatic drainage
Reducing depression and anxiety
Reducing tension within muscles
Increasing body awareness


Therapeutic massage techniques offered by Walk, talk and eat since 2008:
Swedish classic massage
Sports massage
Neuro muscular therapy, NMT, including trigger points, PNF stretching
Myofascial treatment/release, Deep tissue massage
Strain-counterstrain
Thai yoga massage
Tactile massage
Advice on exercise and stretches to restore balance in your body
Nutritional advice if requested 

For more information och each technique click here.

Cecilia Swensson is certified at Axelsons Gymnastiska Institut in Stockholm, the leading school for massage therapists in Scandinavia. At the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in New York she has graduated as a Integrative nutrition health coach. She has taken Thai massage training at Sunshine house in Greece. In Switzerland, she is accredited by ASCA, which makes her treatments covered by several Swiss health insurances.

Click here to get more information or to book a massage.

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