Katrina Beath is a fully qualified complementary therapist and wellbeing mentor, based in London.
An elite holistic massage therapist, Katrina works to balance human, equine and canine bodies using massage and bodywork, reiki and energy healing. She also writes a regular blog at her website.
In her own words: Katrina “makes the all-too-frequently fluffy domain of healing and energy work accessible, easy, fun, practical and above all – NORMAL!”
Shiatsu by Cristina
Originally from Spain, and currently based in Covent Garden, Cristina Gutierrez Alvarez is an accredited professional practitioner of Shiatsu.
She provides a therapy service designed to rebalance the body’s vital energy channels, aiming to support good health, prevent illness, and promote general wellbeing.
Jivita Ayurveda is a long-established and well-loved organic wellbeing centre, based in Kensal Rise, and boasting a wealth of products and services designed to restore vitality and inner calm, and to empower you to lead a healthier and more balanced life.
Products and services include health consultations, body and beauty treatments, ayurvedic food items, and organic kitchen and gift items crafted with sustainable living in mind.
Azulfit is the brainchild of Jamie Issac, a Californian Pilates Master with a vision to create some of the world’s finest yoga and Pilates retreats. Azulfit’s Fuerteventura retreat in the Canary Islands is really the place where I decided I wanted to become a yoga teacher.
In Jamie’s own words: “I founded Azulfit & Fluid Art Pilates Studio to share my passion with those who are ready to take their next conscious step toward vibrant health. Changing the world takes energy, clarity and inspiration, and I make sure my students have more than they need so they can be a shining example to others of what is possible.”
YogaLondon is a dedicated yoga teacher training school, offering a diverse range of Yoga Alliance accredited programmes. It’s where I gained my qualification as a registered Vinyasa Flow Yoga teacher! Not only are they one of the largest teacher training schools in Europe, they’re also measurably one of the most successful.
In their own words: “YogaLondon teach in a non-dogmatic way, encouraging trainees to find their own authentic style whilst still respecting the yoga tradition.”