Adam is fascinated by fascia and anatomy and is a bodyworker and yoga and massage teacher, while Viriam shares yogic philosophy, intuitive yoga and awareness practices – where they meet is in the realm of emotional anatomy and how our physical body is effected and our bodily structure is formed around our most common moods, experiences and activities.
Our cellular and visceral memory holds onto stress and trauma, through bodywork, interoceptive yoga and mindful practices we can re-write our story – create a new conscious narrative and signal safety to our mind, body and spirit.
Signalling safety to the autonomic nervous system is the key to our work. We have been working with the vagus nerve – part of the ANS and have discovered through the world of yoga and bodywork, some deceptively simple techniques for restoring balance.
Adam has been teaching massage courses and anatomy for yoga teacher trainees for over 12 years and has been practising yoga and massage himself for over 15. His original studies were in Ayurvedic Yoga Massage and Thai Massage, but his approach has been revolutionized by working with Anatomy Trains’ teacher James Earls. He holds international qualifications in both yoga and massage and has developed a deep understanding of the mechanics of the body and sees subtle awareness as the key to transformation.
Viriam shares yoga, meditation, mantra and yoga nidra practices. She originally trained with SKY School of Kundalini Yoga in 2003 and is a registered Senior Teacher with Yoga Alliance Professionals. She has taught yoga philosophy with Himalaya Yoga Valley since 2011 and has International qualifications in massage and ayurveda. She is a qualified Yoga and Ayurveda Wellness Consultant under the guidance of David Frawley’s American Institute of Vedic Studies. Viriam also shares the healing potential of restorative yoga and yoga nidra.
We have always said about our relationship that we might not always agree on everything, but we are looking in the same direction. We look at the mind-body dynamic from different angles – so we can create a holistic path of healing.