What to expect
I particularly enjoy the remedial aspect of massage work and my treatments are usually a blend of deep tissue massage, aided by soft tissue release or positional release techniques, soft tissue manipulation, myofascial release and various stretching modalities. My approach adapts to the specific needs of my clients by giving a little of what they want and some of what they need!
I believe that the body and mind are closely interconnected and one influences the other – you only have to observe how your shoulders climb up to your ears when you are under stress to see what I mean! With this in mind, I enjoy adapting my techniques to match not only the physical need, but also the mental state of my client.
BTEC Diploma Level 4 in Sport & Remedial Massage Therapy from the London School of Sport Massage
Continual Professional Development
Anatomy Review on Cadavers, Imperial College London: (1) shoulder, arm thoracic outlet syndrome & brachial plexus; (2) the axial skeleton, diaphragm and upper cross syndrome; (3) muscles and vertebrae of the spine, the SI joint, root nerves: understanding the origin of many common pains.
First Aid for Sport
Connective Tissue Massage & Positional Release Technique
Massage in Pregnancy
Deep Tissue Massage & Myofascial Techniques
Active Isolated Stretching & Strengthening
Myofascial Release Techniques
Functional Fascial Taping (The Ron Alexander technique)
I am an avid mountain biker, reluctant long-distance runner, self-confessed yoga addict and a budding kick- boxing fan! I feel most comfortable in and under water, ideally in the tropical sunshine with a scuba tank fixed to my back.