My approach to massage is quite eclectic due to my varied styles of training. I use a combination of techniques and approaches depending on what your specific needs are.
This may include deeper tissue work, rhythm mobility, rocking, passive joint mobilization, relaxation techniques and stretch.
What to Expect
At the beginning of your first session there will be a confidential consultation. I will ask some questions about your working life, your home life and activities that you do in your spare time. The answers help me understand how you use your body on a day-to-day basis. This will help us to identify key areas in need of attention.
I will then go on to ask you about your medical history and any current illnesses that you may be suffering from.
The answers that you provide during this consultation will enable me to provide the best possible massage tailored safely to meet your needs.
Basalt rocks are used to massage into your muscles melting away those areas of tough tension. The heat given out during the session can have a deeply relaxing and calming effect, an excellent way of easing stress, anxiety and a busy mind.
Ask to have Hot Stones added to your massage when booking at no extra cost.
Ayurvedic Yoga Massage
(AYM) is a totally unique form of massage originating from Pune in Western India. The technique combines traditional forms of massage and assisted yoga postures.
During a session deep tissue massage is used to warm the muscles and begin the process of relieving built up tension. The assisted yoga stretches then increase flexibility, range of movement and alignment of the body.
Coordinated breath-work is used to help you ease into each assisted stretch achieving your full potential whilst improving energy flow around the body.
Suitable for all levels of fitness and flexibility or inflexibility as the case may be. You do not need to have any knowledge of yoga just a desire to feel freer in your movements and to have relief from muscular aches and pains.