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Upper Back Massage

Aches and Pains

All of us feel aches and pains at some point in our lives, but do you listen to what your body is telling you?

Symptoms of discomfort are your body's way of letting you know that something isn't right, maybe you banged your elbow or had an operation, or more common, you are not using your body correctly and are experiencing some kind of stress. Massage, bodywork and soft tissue therapies are the perfect way to support a return to ease and comfort.

I use a bespoke blend of the practices below, taking into account your unique situation and desired goals to not only help you feel better, but also have a better understanding of your body and how best to keep it working optimally for you.

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Myofascial Release Technique

This is my favourite technique for the breadth and depth of application and success rate.

Until the last decade or 2, fascia was considered just stuff and filler, but thankfully science and practice know better now, and how to keep it healthy and happy.

Hot Stone Therapy

Using Basalt Stone, magma from the core of the earth that was created by nature to hold its heat and pure regenerative energy to penetrate tension and melt it away.

Swedish Massage

Soothing long strokes (effleurage), mixed with more intensive working movements (petrissage, kneading, friction), energizing percussion (hacking, beating, pounding, cupping, tapotement), and vibration in combination or pick and mix

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Deep Tissue Massage

Deeper work than Swedish massage, but similar techniques to really work into areas of soft tissue tension and ease out restrictions

Trigger Point Therapy

A gentle and targeted approach to tension areas of the myofascia


Transcutaneous Eletrical Stimulator uses micro current between 1.0 and 200 Hz on biologically active points and areas to produce dynamic nerve and fascial stimulation towards improved function

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