Rugby hurts – look after yourself!

Rugby hurts – look after yourself!

As the rugby season gets colder and muddier here are a few facts and figures about rugby injuries to warn you! Rugby is a full-contact sport, and therefore makes it a war zone for injury during the course of a match. In an average season, 1 in 4 players will receive...
Sort out your heel pain!

Sort out your heel pain!

So what is Chronic Plantar Heel Pain, what can your massage therapist do and what you can do for self care? Heel pain, or as it is officially known chronic plantar heel pain (CPHP) is usually a change in the nature of the tissue within the sole of your foot, attaching...
Massage Therapies

Massage Therapies

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...
Some Apps to help you manage your health!

Some Apps to help you manage your health!

As a massage therapist I am expected to be a model of good health for my clients. Or at least be working on my health challenges, so I can empathise with my clients as they face their own. I have a few challenges – heck, I stopped working in an office because of...
Toxins, Schmocksins, Fructose and FODMAPs

Toxins, Schmocksins, Fructose and FODMAPs

It’s the time of year when we return to the gym full of New Years resolution! We read up on all the articles dissing “Detox plans” and feel smug that our liver, skin and kidneys will make us feel better if only we eat right, rest well and exercise...

Can a London Massage Therapist socialise with his clients?

“Keep your relationships with your clients clean and simple!” we are told. With good reason: it can ruin the therapy, be bad for business and compromise the therapist. Does this apply in London to massage therapy as much as talking therapies though? My clients may see...