Provision of a variety of health strategies, approaches and solutions based on integrated eastern traditional practices.



This health service is designed for the needs of the busy individual  who values quality, authentic treatment, individual attention and care.

Our aim is to provide an elite service that meets the highest standards of health care and maintains the core values best understood in traditional health systems – treating the causes rather than just symptoms of disease or illness.

Fully qualified and insured, Rebecca is dedicated to delivering highly effective health strategies and approaches.


Yoga and Chinese Medicine

To enhance the effectiveness of training, treatment strategies and health outcomes yoga and chinese medicine are used interchangeably. Both approaches compliment each other and complete a picture of an ‘energetic body’. Each in their own way provide a unique anatomical framework, explain physiological functions and provide frameworks for an integrated understanding of the connection between our body and mind.


Yoga

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Yoga sessions are taught in a classical Hatha style, incorporating strong influences and methods taught by the highly respected and revered BKS Iyengar, founder of Iyengar Yoga.

The aim is to familiarise you with the basic fundamentals for understanding a balanced energetic physical discipline. This is explored through a balanced asana practice (often referred to as postures or dynamic postures) and pranayama practice (regulating energy and using rhythmical breathing techniques to integrate life force). The ultimate goal is to enhance our experiential understanding for meditative and reflective states.

Each session focuses on developing your skills to enjoy and practice yoga for yourself. Sequences are tailored to each individual, taking into consideration previous yoga experience. Some sequences may be designed with a therapeutic focus, however the basic intention is to arm you with the tools and skills necessary to develop your yoga practice.

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Chinese Medicine

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Chinese Medicine offers primary or complimentary health care to address and treat many disorders, diseases, conditions or ailments. It involves a combination of traditional and natural treatment techniques. Perhaps the most recognisable treatment is acupuncture, where fine disposable needles are inserted at specific points along the body.

In addition to this treatment is the use of moxibustion, a herbal based heat application designed to assist supplementing reduced energy levels and tuina, more commonly known as chinese remedial massage.

Over 10 years of experience, I have found great success using these techniques to remediate:

  • neurological disorders
  • musculoskeletal injuries
  • fertility issues
  • gynaecological concerns (polycystic ovaries, disrupted menstrual cycles, PMS)
  • bowel conditions (irritable bowel, poor motility, constipation)
  • respiratory conditions (shortness of breath, asthma)
  • tiredness and fatigue
  • headaches
  • insomnia
  • high stress levels and associated psychological complaints
  • conditions associated with pregnancy ( morning sickness, induction for overdue labour, mastitis and associated lower back / neck pain).

 

These intelligent and complete systems of health offer a powerful way to address a myriad of health concerns and whom also offer inspirational and motivational practices that enhance not just your health, but also your quality of life.

Learn to create energy, generate awareness and develop clarity, balance and ease in your life.


Rebecca Tung

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My interest in the body started at 3, on sprung-mat floors in a gymnasium. Jumping, flipping, swinging and tucking where exhilarating experiences. It was a foundation for my interest in health and the relationship between mind and body.

At age 6, I was selected to join an elite gymnastics team (NSW State Sports Centre) and put to work on a rigorous training schedule 2-3 hours every day, with an extended 8 hours on Saturdays! Saturdays are a breeze these days but the intensity of training and practice I experienced back then remains.

Ballet and dance were natural extensions of this, which is where I later developed a sense for the artistic expression I found in yoga.

The connection between ‘experience’ and the body have been an important feature in my learning and development as a practitioner. And where our mind fit into the equation has been an ongoing investigation that endlessly fascinating process of discovery – how we see ourselves, how this makes us feel, how this shapes our choices and our capabilities.

It really is the journey of better understanding ourselves so we are able to do the things we love more – like jumping, flipping, swinging and tucking, or just enjoying a quiet Saturday with a clear mind.

Qualifications and Training

Rebecca is a certified Iyengar Yoga Teacher (Introductory Level 2) and offers classes in the tradition of BKS Iyengar.

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Rebecca completed her B.H.Science Majoring in Traditional Chinese Medicine at the University of Technology, Sydney in 2002.

Rebecca continued to develop her skills through a rigorous Iyengar Yoga Teacher Training Program for a further 8 years, with esteemed and highly respected Senior Iyengar Yoga Teacher (Certified Senior Certificate Level I)  Peter Thomson.

Rebecca has also trained in Clinical Pilates (DMA Certificate Level 1) and STOTT Pilates (Reformer Syllabus). She has continued to develop her skills with teachers throughout Australia, South-East Asia, China and India.

Teachers trained with

BKS Iyengar, Geeta Iyengar, Prashant Iyengar, Peter Thomson and Sue-Ellen Kohler.

Work Experience

Rebecca has worked in a variety of clinical environments. She has shared her work experience along side physiotherapists, occupational therapists, osteopaths and psychologists. Rebecca has consulted in regards to treatment strategies as well as developed exercise rehabilitation programs for injured patients. Rebecca has taught in  private colleges, universities and with professional sporting teams.


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On site classes

£110/hour (Estimated costs for locations within Central London)

1-1 Yoga Class, Treatments, Small groups, Sports teams

Sports Teams

For more information about our services for sports teams and athletes please click here.


Retreats


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Retreats are offered as a way for people to turn up the heat on their yoga practice and make a deeper commitment to themselves and their own personal goals. The work done during a retreat can help facilitate one’s intention to practice and create an experience to draw on for their lives back at home.

This year Rebecca will be teaching a retreat at Tilton House just an hour drive from London. Tilton House is nestled under the South Downs with views over the Sussex Weald. Beautiful and serene surroundings, Tilton House provides a perfect location whilst we work on the mat.

Tilton House

Details can be found here.

There are limited numbers, 12 – 14 people max which will offer us a great opportunity to make some solid changes in our body and work towards building a yoga practice that is going to make sense for your yoga back at home.

Open to beginners and general level yogi’s.

Cost: £350

Includes: 5 Yoga classes, 2 nights accommodation (twin/triple share also available)

All catered meals are included. Seasonal vegetarian food or special diets will be accommodated.

Access to beautiful luscious woodlands, local walks, tennis courts, or you can take a more relaxed approach.

Additional Services: Massage, Osteopathy, Facials, Ayurvedic Treatments, Hot Stone Massage can all be arranged at an additional cost.

Deposit: £70

Full Payment: 1st September


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