Martha Cuffy

Martha Cuffy

"As a wellness architect Martha incorporates a holistic body-centric approach to coaching and leadership development. A few years after her MBA and career in tech and finance she spent two years at the world’s first yoga university in India where she completed her MA in Yoga Psychology.
She has spent over 30 years educating herself and communities she serves with indigenous grass roots knowledge and practices to increase well being. She is passionate about people being their own first responder by innovating with the ancient and the new - yoga, connected breath and TRE. She has held various roles - trustee of Iyengar Yoga Institute Maida Vale and founding President of Dominica Spa, Health and Wellness Association. Her nature-based Primal Spa experience featured in the top travel magazine Travel & Leisure.
She has designed and facilitated various programmes to support emerging and senior black and brown leaders including a programme held at Windsor Castle. She is invited to write and speak on various aspects of leadership, healing from racism and practical wellness rituals. She is part of the international rooted and embodied community who are on an experimental journey of somatic abolitionism framed by the work of Resma Menakem, author of My Grandmother’s Hands."She has spent over 30 years educating herself and communities she serves with indigenous grass roots knowledge and practices to increase well being. She is passionate about people being their own first responder by innovating with the ancient and the new - yoga, connected breath and TRE. She has held various roles - trustee of Iyengar Yoga Institute Maida Vale and founding President of Dominica Spa, Health and Wellness Association. Her nature-based Primal Spa experience featured in the top travel magazine Travel & Leisure.
She has designed and facilitated various programmes to support emerging and senior black and brown leaders including a programme held at Windsor Castle. She is invited to write and speak on various aspects of leadership, healing from racism and practical wellness rituals. She is part of the international rooted and embodied community who are on an experimental journey of somatic abolitionism framed by the work of Resma Menakem, author of My Grandmother’s Hands.