Popular and in-demand
Sports massage promotes the circulation of blood and lymph fluids around the body by applying deep pressure to release knots and widen the range of motion in stiffened joints and muscles, different movements.
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As a form of treatment for muscular tension, dysfunction, and chronic pain, Remedial Massage therapy is a vital part of many rehabilitation programs and a standalone treatment option for muscle tightness and pain.
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Beneficial for muscle pain relief, low back pain relief, and general muscle pain by the application of intense, localised pressure to access the deep muscle layers. Deep tissue includes myofascial techniques for myofascial pain.
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Trigger Point Therapy
This technique focuses on finding the source of your pain by releasing trigger points, tiny, tight knots that develop in muscles and may cause pain in other areas of the body. It releases the tightest areas of your body, helping to improve your range of motion, posture, and alignment.
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Cupping therapy is a traditional medical practice that uses suction cups on the skin to promote circulation and alleviate pain. The cups create a vacuum, loosening tight muscles and reducing pain and inflammation and are often used in combination with other therapies.
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This technique consists of light pressure and long, rhythmic strokes to promote the movement of lymph fluid and to reduce the accumulation of body toxins. Good to boost the immune system, beneficial for lymphoedema and post-surgery recovery.
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MLD Post Surgery
A treatment designed to aid in post-surgical recovery by reducing swelling and promoting lymphatic flow, which can help to speed up the healing process and reduce the risk of complications.
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Designed to combat swelling caused by lymphatic fluid build-up in the body. It involves a combination of techniques.
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Also known as Relaxation massage, it has been designed to relieve tension, take your body to a stage of relaxation, and combat muscle aches. In addition, studies showed that receiving Swedish massage twice a week decreases stress hormone levels (Cortisol).
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Complementary instruments and techniques
I may combine different techniques during your session to tailor your treatment to achieve the best results.
We will discuss it together before the treatment begins.
Dry cupping is a therapy that involves suctioning cups onto the skin to promote circulation and alleviate pain.
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IASTM, or Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilisation, is a manual therapy technique that uses specialised tools to break down scar tissue and improve tissue mobility in the body.
Tecar Therapy is a type of physical therapy that uses high-frequency electromagnetic waves to penetrate deep into tissues, providing pain relief and promoting healing.
Dry needling is a therapy that involves inserting thin needles into the skin and underlying tissues to relieve pain and improve function.
Bandaging is a common technique used to reduce swelling and improve lymphatic flow by applying pressure to the affected limb.
Frequently Asked Questions
If you haven’t been referred by a physician for a specific treatment, while you go through the consultation form, I will assess you to create the best plan for you and, so, to set the treatment you need.
Yes, after going through the consultation form, I will discuss with you the best treatment, which can be a combination of massage techniques.
To prepare for a massage, it is important to do the following:
– Wear comfortable clothing.
– Hydrate yourself to help flush out toxins.
– Avoid heavy meals as this can make you feel sluggish and uncomfortable during the session.
– Be on time so that we can use the most of the time.
By following these steps, you can ensure that you get the most out of your massage experience and feel refreshed and rejuvenated afterwards.
Yes, I am qualified for every service and instrument I offer.
Qualifications are also available for the client upon request.
Yes, I hold full insurance for every treatment I offer and every instrument I use.