My Approach


I pride myself on providing massage treatments that promote healthy movement of the joints and soft tissue. Treatments will not only focus on hands-on techniques, they will re-introduce movement in a controlled way, to support you in regaining confidence to move and get back to your way of life.

 

Being aware of your body and learning how it behaves and reacts to things like chronic pain, recent injury or long term health conditions will help you take control and manage your situation.


The aim of my work is to get you back into action and armed with self-care techniques and an understanding that will mean you aren't reliant on attending massages to 'get fixed'....instead, you book in every now and then just because it feels great!

Please visit my blog titled 'My Journey' if you'd like to read more about me.
 

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Training, Qualifications & Membership

I keep up to date with the latest developments in soft tissue and remedial work to ensure my treatments are the best I can offer.​

  • BTEC Level 5 Sports & Remedial Massage Therapy​ qualified through OSSM

  • Trained in Taping & Strapping 

  • Advanced Clinical Massage Therapist (ACMT) qualified through the Jing School of Massage

  • First Aid Qualified

  • Complete 40 hours of CPD each year

  • 1st Class degree in Nutrition

  • Post Grad Dip in Sports Nutrition, International Olympics Committee

Membership with the following massage associations:

Volunteering

I have volunteered at a number of sports events, from the London Marathon, Surrey ride 100, Brighton Marathon and other local events such as Endure 24. It’s great to meet such inspiring individuals who push themselves to the limit to raise money for charity and be able to support their recovery with a post event massage. If you have an event you'd like supported by a massage therapist, please contact me here.

Covid-19 Update

I am open for treatments. Face coverings are still required, to find out more click here