How may massage help your tired, tense and knotty aching muscles?

When you are stressed

Release tension with a massage
Release tension with a massage

You may get headaches, neck pain, shoulder pain, back pain and more. Try a massage to help reduce that stress or pain hormones and receptors and it helps you to sleep, feel calmer and generally helps your wellbeing.

Possible benefits
possible benefits

What happens in a massage session?

As with all treatments we begin with a questionnaire about your current health, what you’d like to achieve from the session/s. It is important for you to be able to ask me questions and for you to feel comfortable!

You can be clothed or just wear underwear. My comfortable couch is fully adjustable to suit you. In the colder months warm blankets and a warm room welcomes you.

Depending on what your issue is I will do a full body assessment and treatment. Your treatment is for you. I care how this is going to help you.

Massage
Reduce tension with body massage

I can also combine myofascial release work so the muscles can stretch and unwind gently.

Relaxing breath work to aid muscle relaxation is or can be included, which, in turn allows your mind to relax

Breath work is something you can try at home, work or in the car. So calming. You may like to try any number of mediation downloads such as Calm Headspace

Ask yourself how much you want to remain locked down in discomfort. Be honest with yourself.

Myofascial release is similar to massage but it works more on the connective tissue that surrounds the muscles. We have connective tissue running throughout out body.

Check out this article on de-stressing

De-stressing is worth it’s weight in gold. Check out this article about the benefits of this treatment in reducing adrenaline – stress hormone, blood pressure and increasing happiness! https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5088109/ This is about head and neck massage but the same results occur in a full body or back, neck and shoulder session.

You can combine this with reflexology – again more wonderful acupressure points to work on.

Cat relaxing on a bed - to show how good you may feel after reflexology
Relaxing is so good for the body and mind

Your body and mind can simply relax. Take your time. It’s yours. Claim it!

Approx 60 mins