Whitchurch On Thames
Sports and Remedial Massage; supporting a fitter, healthier and active life. I assess, treat and rehabilitate soft tissue aches, pains and injuries so you can enjoy your life and sport.
I work with office workers, mums and dads, people with physical jobs, people who train for a sport and a whole range of other people; supporting them all to live pain free and to get the most out of life.
I work with a range of soft tissue techniques; from massage, trigger points, targeted stretching and taping, to get the best out the treatment. Each session is completely tailored to you, your body and your preferences.
I find it useful to explain the treatments I'm doing any why, of course if you prefer a quieter treatment you just have to ask!
I'd love to answer any questions you have about me or massage. Just drop me an email or given me a ring.
As a Running Coach I can also help with coached running session, training plans, technique analysis and one to one training sessions.
Training, qualifications & experience
- Level 5 in Sports and Remedial Massage from the London School of Sports Massage.
- Member of the Institute of Sports and Remedial Massage professional body.
- Rock Tape "RocDoc"
- Member of the UK Association of Strength and Conditioning.
- UK Athletics Coach in Running Fitness, Endurance Event Group.
- First Aid at Work.
- Mountain Training Lowland Leader.
Other available therapies
- Running Coaching
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£40 for 45 minutes
£50 for one hour
For your treatment you can wear any clothes you feel comfortable in. Ones that are simple and easy to take off and put on are handy.
For women you may feel more comfortable wearing "big" knickers. It's better to wear a normal bra, not a sports bra, as I can move straps and unclip the back more easily if needed for the treatment.
For men it's better to wear pants that that won't reveal anything.
Any removal of clothing is done with consent from you. I'll only ask you to remove the clothing required for the treatment. You will always be covered with a towel during treatment and I'll always ask if it's OK before moving clothing/undoing straps etc. I can treat through thin clothes if required (e.g. leggings, joggers or tshirts; but not jeans or thick jumpers).
If you have been diagnosed with or suspect you may have a pre-existing medical condition you should consult your GP for advice, diagnosis and treatment and always inform your health professional before starting any alternative or additional therapies, treatments or making any major changes in your diet or exercise programme.
Maps & Directions
There are 5 steps up to access the building and one step down to access the treatment room.
Very flexible on time slots to suit you, drop me a line to find out more.