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Advanced Clinical Massage 

1 Hour £58       1.5 Hours £85       2 Hours £110

Phone / text / WhatsApp 07432495731 to book


50% payment is taken at the time of booking

Please see the TERMS AND CONDITIONS for my cancellation policy.

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Pain relief clinical massage deals with a variety of pathologies (as listed below). Your clinical massage, depending on your needs, may incorporate some or all of the following.  - Deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, myofascial release, hot stones, advanced stretching and lymphatic drainage. We may also suggest supporting modalities and home exercises if needed.


Each clinical massage will be tailored to focus on what is needed by the client.  An assessment will be given before each massage. Typically, as a guideline, many types of pain can be treated in 3-6 weekly clinical massage sessions. This will be discussed at your consultation. You will also be given home care exercises to do to support your treatment. Clinical massage is ideal for any type of back pain, shoulder pain, neck pain, headaches, hip pain, leg pain or arm pain and any pathologies you may be suffering from. If you are in pain, come and see me!


Pain and tension do not only come from strain, injury or tension in a muscle, but also from internal imbalances of the body as well as previous and present emotional stresses and trauma. 

Trigger Point
Pain Relief Massage

When the pain has eased I advise monthly maintenance massage, as your body will be under constant strain which will lead to loss of agility and more pain. It is much better to take preventative action instead of waiting until you are suffering and your body is compromised. 

Lower Back Pain

Relieves general back pain and also works with conditions including acute or chronic herniated disc, spondylosis, spondylolisthesis and facet joint irritation syndrome. 

Neck and Shoulder Pain

Works with many types of neck and shoulder pain including muscular pain, acute and herniated discs and headaches.  

Shoulder Girdle Pain

Can be used to good effect for a number of common musculoskeletaletal conditions including frozen shoulder, rotator cuff injury, painful arc syndrome, sporting injuries and supraspinatus tendinosis.

Forearm and Wrist Pain

Works well with conditions such as carpal tunnel syndrome, golfers elbow, tennis elbow, RSI, DenQuervain's syndrome, osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.

Hip and Pelvis Pain

Used for more specific work around the pelvic girdle to treat conditions such as sacroiliac (SI) joint pain, sciatica, osteoarthritis and sporting injuries such as groin strain. 

Leg, Knee and Foot Pain

Used to work with conditions such as strains and sprains, patellar tendonitis, Achilles problems, IT band syndrome, shin splints, groin strains, knee issues, and osteoarthritis.

Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (M.E.)

Massage therapy can assist in reducing pain, stiffness, and fatigue for people with fibromyalgia and CFS. It can also improve mood, sleep, and overall quality of life. Beyond muscle relaxation, massage calms the nervous system, reducing the levels of stress hormones in the body. It is a gentler massage focusing on lymph movement and fascia.

Herniated Discs

The primary benefit of massage therapy for herniated discs is reduced pain and improved mobility in the affected area. It has also been shown to reduce stress levels, improve sleep quality, increase range of motion, decrease muscle spasms, and stimulate circulation around the affected area—all of which can contribute to overall well-being.

Osteo and Rheumatoid Arthritis

Massage is considered to be one of the most successful methods to manage arthritis. It helps to relieve pain and slow down the degeneration of the cartilage. Massage helps to release pain and tension in the muscles, which encourages people to stay active and mobile for as long as possible. It also improves poor circulation Stiff and painful joints can become looser and pain-free.

Massage is an effective way to relieve the pain caused by arthritis and it can help sufferers to lead a normal lifestyle.


Sacroliilac Joint Disfunction (SJD)

Massage therapy can also be of great value with SI joint dysfunction. There is generally a lot of muscle tension and spasm around the joints through the hips and low back that can be relieved with massage to help lessen pain and allow the joints to move and align better. My massage will target tight muscles within the hip-pelvis complex to help ease SI joint pain.

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