The Swindon Yoga & Massage Centre opened on 12 September 2011 for you to enjoy a range of classes, including yoga for all ages….?& treatments including massage, Reiki & lots more.?
A community learning space for workshops, healing, therapy rooms, yoga, discussion groups, variety & fun for all ages. Frances, Gayle and Bindu are all enthusiastic yoga teachers who have come together to create a Yoga and Massage centre in Swindon.
Frances Lewis is a British Wheel of Yoga qualified teacher. She has been teaching Yoga since 2000 and her love of Yoga is clearly visible in her teaching. She is dedicated to sharing the gifts of Yoga and encourages students to develop their own Yoga practice.
Gayle Fletcher is a qualified Swara Yoga teacher & massage therapist with over 10 years of experience with Inner Smile Holistic Care. Gayle offers therapies & yoga in Swindon, Bristol and other UK areas for all ages from embryo to elderly. Specialising in pre & postnatal therapy, family yoga, partner yoga, baby massage groups, & five elements practice for health & harmony.
Bindu Massey is a British Wheel of Yoga Student Teacher who lives in Swindon. She began her journey as a child yoga student with the first lessons that she received from her father. For Bindu, yoga is a path to find herself and to find a connection to her roots. She is passionate about yoga and enjoys sharing this through her teaching.
More and more people are turning to yoga and holistic therapies to help with the stresses of modern life. Yoga is an ancient system of personal development encompassing body, mind, and spirit. It originated in India approximately five thousand years ago and still remains incredibly valuable in today’s world. Attending regular yoga session can bring numerous benefits to the individual including a reduction in the effects of stress, improved health and wellbeing, rejuvenation of the body and relaxation to a busy mind. It also promotes inner peace, mindful living, and helps to realise our connection to all humanity.
Whether searching for peace, looking to tone & strengthen the body, recovering from illness or looking to enjoy pregnancy we welcome everyone to come and experience healing massage therapies. The centre will be offering a range of holistic treatments for the mind and body.
There will be a program to welcome all abilities from beginners to experienced students, tutors and therapists.
The centre has a fully equipped yoga room which is about 28x28ft, two therapy rooms, shower and a shared kitchen. There is also a welcome area including a library where people can relax with a cup of tea before or after their session. For yoga tutors and holistic therapists all the essential equipment is available at the centre; making it very welcoming and easy for you to work.
We are delighted to be renting the space above the MS Therapy centre located at Westmead in West Swindon.
The MS Therapy centre has been supporting people with MS in Swindon for about 27 years and they have some of the most up-to-date Oxygen Therapy equipment available.
Along with Jon Bowels of Perpetual Legacy who is the owner of the building we are excited about this new project for Swindon. Jon has been very enthusiastic from the beginning and has been more motivated by the benefit to the health and harmony of the community than by any financial gain. Jon would love to rent the unoccupied area on the first floor to another project or an artist’s studio to compliment both the MS Therapy Centre and Swindon Yoga & Massage Centre.
The vision for the centre is to create a peaceful sanctuary for yoga and holistic therapies. We are welcoming yoga teachers and therapists who would like to hire the venue. Our aim is to provide a centre running yoga programs for all abilities, ages and stages of life. For more details on available sessions or to be a part of the program please contact one of us. Contact information available at www.swindonyogaandmassagecentre.co.uk.
We will be having an opening celebration at the centre on Sunday 30 October 2011.
Pictured, left to right: Gayle Fletcher, Frances Lewis and Bindu Massey.