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About me

My name is Simon Wightwick and i have been a qualified Sports Massage and remedial therapist since August 2011. I qualified through the OSSM and opened my doors to my treatment room on 1st April this year, 2012. I work from my Treatment room just outside of Reading and also on from the luxurios spa retreat of Donnington Valley. If booking through the spa the facilities will be offered as an addition to the treatment on the day of your visit.

I offer Soft Tissue therapies, these include, sports massage, postural alignment assessments, injury rehab, migraine treatments.

I also offer comprehensive injury management programmes which can help prevent those chronic or niggly returning injuries.

Training, qualifications & experience

OSSM (Oxford School of Sports Massage) August 2011

I work with Elite athletes to casual runners.
Amateur and professional rugby players
Couch potatoes and people of any age.

I have good experience of working with conditions such as MND, Arthritis and Scoliosis.

Although some these are not curable the comfort levels of individuals can be greatly increased.

Member organisations


Institute of Sport and Remedial Massage

The Institute of Sport and Remedial Massage works to support the interests and development of those within the profession.

To join the ISRM as a member, applicants must have a BTEC Level 5 qualification or similar and must have valid insurance to practice. In addition to this members must also agree to adhere to the associations code of ethics and conduct and must also carry out continued professional development.

Therapies offered


£45 per hours session and £30 for 30 minutes. Please contact me for further information on discounts and offers.



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.

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You can contact the therapist to discuss the options available.

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Type of session

In person
Home visits