People have been visiting bonesetters and masseurs for massage treatments for thousands of years to help recover from illness and regain vitality, or even just to feel good!

The origins of Thai Yoga Massage date back more than 2000 years and aim to help rejuvenate the spirit and heal the body. Many techniques are similar in Remedial Massage treatments. You may be more familiar with Therapeutic Massage for stress relief, or as an athlete have found benefits from Sports Massage Therapy (article).

Bodywork techniques pioneered by osteopaths augment traditional massage therapies to create a new experience. Martin is skilled in several of these disciplines and can tailor a treatment just for you.

Relaxing Therapeutic Massage

In all types of massage therapy, the intention is to relax the soft tissues, increase delivery of blood and oxygen to the massaged areas, warm them, and help the body to relax.

Massage may be found to bring relief from everyday aches, reduce stress, increase relaxation, address feelings of anxiety and tension, and aid general wellness. It can also be used in support of other therapies to assist in the rehabilitation of muscular injuries.

Sports & Remedial Massage

Sports & Remedial Massage Therapy uses a range of therapeutic techniques for the prevention, recognition and treatment of minor injuries, sports related or not. It can also be used to provide support with people wanting to maintain and improve fitness.

It may be used to address an extensive range of injuries. Sports & Remedial Massage Therapy may also be found to be helpful in the mental preparation of athletes for sporting participation, or anyone looking to improve their well-being. Click here for more…

Neuromuscular Therapy

Address tight knots with neuromuscular therapy, myofascial release and osteopathic stretching techniques. Regain awareness of your body and feel freer!

Thai Yoga Massage

A traditional oriental therapy to relax and release tension, using acupressure and yoga stretches. You wear loose clothing and no oils are used.

Meditation in movement!