Anji Rox is a yoga practitioner of over 14 years, having trained to be a Hatha yoga tutor in 2012.  She is registered and insured to teach with the Yoga Professionals Alliance UK. 

She is also a Thai Yoga Massage Therapist (one of the few to meet the criteria in the UK) having studied in both the UK and Northern Thailand (as an assistant teacher in the hill tribe of Lahu for the Sunshine Network).  She returns to Thailand regularly to build upon her skills.

In addition she offers reflexology (having studied with the Devon Academy).

Anji has a passion for making yoga and Thai Yoga massage accessible to everyone, running regular classes and retreats in the Doncaster and the Peak District.

Memberships
Qualifications & Professional Development
  • Thai Yoga Massage

  • Teacher training certificate Bristol School of Yoga

  • Pregnancy Yoga Course 2017 Yoga Alliance Professionals

  • iTEC Diploma Level 3 Reflexology

  • iTEC Diploma Level 3 Anatomy & Physiology

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16 Swan Street, Bawtry DN10 6JQ

(next to Chapelles of Bawtry)

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*Disclaimer: Information on Doncaster Wellbeing is correct to the best of our knowledge. However, we cannot take any responsibility for any accidental error – we're human! If you find an error, please do contact us and we’ll do our best to rectify it.  If you are vegan, or have any particular allergy, please take care to always double check ingredients.  Please note: times quoted include consultation time.  Massage therapy, Reflexology and Aromatherapy are classed as a “complementary therapies” meaning that they are used alongside (as a complement to) conventional medicine. Complementary therapists cannot make diagnoses (unless also medically qualified to do so – ie they are a GP, or similar). In addition complementary therapy should not be used as an alternative to seeking appropriate medical advice.