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Portrait of Steffy, smiling, with her blond hair waving on her shoulders, standing in front of a classic London brick wall.


Steffy's journey from physically, emotionally and energetically demanding jobs to becoming a therapist was driven by her own longing for relief through various massages.


With certifications in Ayurvedic Yoga Massage, Chavutti Thirumal, and numerous years experience, Steffy has now culminated in the pinnacle that is the spiritually immersive Fountain of You. An exquisite wellness studio nestled in the heart of Camden Market.


Steffy brings her wealth of experience and intuitive approach to create unique sessions that support your self-healing journey. Experience the transformative power of her nurturing touch.

Steffy has been trained in Ayurvedic Yoga Massage by Despina Psara, founder of AYM UK, and in Chavutti Thimural by Helen Noakes , founder of Helen Noakes - Yoga and Chavutti.

Ayurvedic Yoga Massage (AYM) 

Ayurvedic Yoga Massage (AYM) is a versatile therapy born from the fusion of Ayurvedic massage and Iyengar yoga by Master Kusum Modak. AYM adapts to clients' changing needs for dynamic or soothing sessions, aiming for centeredness and energy flow. This involves oil massage, stretches, and tractions, similar to sports massage or physiotherapy, addressing both physical and mental well-being.

AYM creates a secure, nurturing space, encouraging relaxation and deep breathing. It eases muscle tension, promotes joint mobility, and reduces stress by engaging the nervous system. Sessions can target injuries but focus holistically on the interconnected body.

Regular AYM enhances overall well-being, embodying "prevention is better than cure." This approach positively impacts personal, relational, and professional realms, fostering holistic wellness.

AYM blends deep tissue oil massage with assisted yoga stretches, tractions, and mobilisations, adapting uniquely to individual needs.

Find out more about Ayurvedic Yoga Massage at the official AYM UK website

Black and White picture depcting Steffy, your therapist, practicing assisted stretching, as part of an Ayurvedic Yoga Massage session.
This black and white picture depicts Steffy massaging the gluteus maximus of one of her clients, during a Chavutti Thirumal Massage Session.

Chavutti Thirumal Massage

Chavutti Thirumal Massage originates in Kerala, South India, and was developed for maintaining suppleness in the body, and for treating pain and swelling caused by combat. It is however, equally suitable as a treatment for those not involved in regular or strenuous physical exercise and wishing to maintain their own fitness and well being.

Chavutti is based on the precise knowledge of the body”s energetic channels “nadis” or the meridian lines. Using the feet gives the feeling that tension is being gently ironed out. Receiving this bodywork is not only relaxing for the soft tissue in the body, it also can be rejuvenating and energising.

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