Jacqui Sedgwick BSc (Hons), LSSM Dip, RYT
Bury St Edmunds
Vinyasa Flow Yoga Teacher (beginners, improvers and intermediate level) and Sports Massage/Deep Tissue Massage/ Myofascial Release Therapist practising in the Bury St Edmunds area of Suffolk.
Training, qualifications & experience
I completed a BSc (Hons) in Sports Studies at Roehampton and became interested in Sports Massage, as it proved to be the most effective treatment for a selection of chronic injuries that I had developed from high mileage road running whilst at University. I wrote my dissertation on sports massage and after graduating went on to do a variety of massage courses, including the critically acclaimed diploma in Sports and Remedial Massage at the LSSM under Mel Cash. This is the highest level of Sports Massage diploma currently available and was the first of it’s kind in the UK when I originally qualified. I have also completed a Myofascial Release CPD Course at the LSSM (ISRM)under Alex Fugallo and I will continue to study a range of CPD courses to further deepen my knowledge and advance my practice.
I am a fully qualified, registered and insured LSSM/ISRM practitioner.
I have been extremely lucky to have encountered some hugely talented and inspiring yoga teachers on my own journey and my own sadhana will forever be evolving. In 2010 this culminated in me studying under Claire Missingham on her thoroughly intensive and fully comprehensive teacher training course in London. I continue to study and practise with a variety of highly esteemed Yogis and Yoginis, to deepen my own personal practise and enhance my teaching. There is much overlap with my yoga and massage practise and I aim for each to further enhance and consolidate the other.
I am RYT200 qualified and a YOGA ALLIANCE UK registered/insured teacher.
I teach and treat clients in a variety of locations in and around the Bury St Edmunds area of Suffolk. Please check website for further details www.sahasta.co.uk
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