Wild Human has an inclusive, down to earth and holistic approach to health, healing and well-being on the physical, mental and spiritual plane.
We believe that ancient therapies and practices should be celebrated, experienced and widely available to everyone. It is our aim to ensure that we bring as much healing and love to those who really need it, taking into consideration each individuals resources and situation.
We work on a number of levels to help you lead a healthy, pain free life. Our therapies and practice include: Yoga and meditation (including yoga therapy), Ayervedic full body massage, Indian Head massage, Thai yoga massage, pregnancy massage, reiki, face and neck massage and more.
We also offer a wide range of yoga retreats. These include simple weekend retreats in and around the UK to our much loved worldwide adventure retreats with surfing, skiing, hiking, martial arts, dance workshops, art, music, cookery and more. Check out the Wild Human Yoga Retreats for more information on our upcoming .
Practice hard, get bendy in your body and mind, zen out and have a good laugh. Life can get too serious - leave it at the door, grab a mat and find yourself with Wild Human.
About Rach Cox
Rachel Cox is our chief practitioner. She has a background in dance, art, martial arts and law. For years Rachel pursued a career in law after graduating from Queen Mary university, London and BPP Law School. She returned to her first love of holistic therapy. It came naturally to her as she had been raised in an environment that welcomed and encouraged complimentary therapies. One of her biggest influences is her mother who practiced homeopathy, reflexology, aromatherapy, iridology and massage for many years. Rachel has traveled the world to complete her various training and brings her unique zest for life to everything she does. Sometimes laughter really is the best medicine. She continues her personal and professional development on an annual basis, keeping up to date with the latest knowledge from around the world, developing her practice, therapies and of course, herself.