My therapeutic therapy sessions are a fusion of Eastern and Western modalities, honed through extensive study and practice. I employ a variety of specialised techniques such as CranioSacral Therapy, Myofascial Release, Trigger Point Therapy, Soft Tissue Release, Deep Tissue Massage, and Mobilisation Techniques. These methods are integrated into a personalised treatment, meticulously crafted to alleviate pain as part of a collaborative treatment strategy.

Each new client receives a comprehensive consultation to tailor a unique treatment plan, which includes at least 60 minutes of hands-on massage therapy and is complemented by practical aftercare recommendations to enhance the healing process


Clinical massage builds upon the general benefits of massage therapy with a more targeted approach to address specific musculoskeletal issues and chronic pain conditions. Here are some key benefits of clinical massage:

  • Pain Management: Clinical massage excels at targeting pain in muscles, joints, and soft tissues. Techniques like deep tissue massage can help break down adhesions, improve circulation, and reduce inflammation, leading to significant pain relief.

  • Improved Range of Motion: Tight muscles and scar tissue can restrict movement. Clinical massage therapists use various techniques to improve flexibility and range of motion in joints, allowing for better mobility and reducing stiffness.

  • Injury Rehabilitation: Clinical massage plays a crucial role in injury rehabilitation. It can help reduce swelling and inflammation, promote healing, and improve muscle function after injuries like sprains, strains, and tendonitis.

  • Post-Surgical Recovery: Clinical massage can be beneficial after surgery by promoting lymphatic drainage, reducing scar tissue formation, and improving circulation, all of which can contribute to a faster and more comfortable recovery.

  • Stress and Anxiety Reduction: Similar to general massage, clinical massage can help induce relaxation and reduce stress hormones like cortisol. This can be particularly helpful for those experiencing chronic pain or tension-related headaches.

  • Improved Posture: Muscle imbalances and tightness can lead to poor posture. Clinical massage therapists can address these imbalances through targeted techniques, promoting better posture and potentially reducing associated pain.

  • Management of Chronic Conditions: Clinical massage can be a valuable tool in managing chronic conditions like fibromyalgia, arthritis, and migraines. By addressing muscle tension and pain, it can improve quality of life for those living with these conditions.

Clinical Massage Applications:

Clinical massage offers a targeted approach to address a variety of conditions that can significantly impact daily life. Some common conditions effectively managed through clinical massage include:

  • Chronic Pain: This encompasses pain persisting for extended periods, affecting daily activities. Examples include chronic back pain, neck pain, and headaches.
  • Acute Pain: This refers to sudden pain arising from injuries or specific events. Clinical massage can aid in managing pain from sprains, strains, or post-surgical discomfort.
  • Migraines and Headaches:  can help reduce the frequency and intensity of migraines and tension headaches.
  • TMJ Dysfunction:  can address temporomandibular joint dysfunction (TMJ), which can cause jaw pain and headaches.
  • Fibromyalgia: This chronic condition involves widespread pain and tenderness. Massage therapy can help manage associated pain and improve sleep quality.
  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) / Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME): Clinical massage may help alleviate muscle fatigue and improve circulation, potentially offering some relief for individuals with CFS/ME.
  • Frozen Shoulder: This condition restricts shoulder movement. Massage therapy can help improve flexibility and range of motion.
  • Sports Injuries:  plays a crucial role in sports injury recovery by promoting healing, reducing inflammation, and improving muscle function.

Deep Tissue Massage with Myofascial Release:

My deep tissue massage approach goes beyond surface-level muscle manipulation. It targets deeper connective tissues for a more specific and impactful treatment. Through a variety of techniques, I aim to loosen and release tension within muscles and fascia by applying focused pressure to reach these deeper layers.

Fascia and Myofascial Release:

Fascia, the connective tissue permeating your body, surrounds and supports muscles. Myofascial release is a specialized technique particularly effective in treating and rehabilitating soft tissue and fascial issues. It addresses aches, pains, restrictions, and adhesions within the fascia.

To achieve optimal results, myofascial release is performed without oil. This eliminates gliding on the skin, allowing for a deeper connection with the tissues. This approach utilizes “listening hands” to identify and address fascial tension, encouraging its natural unwinding through targeted pressure rather than forceful manipulation.

Following Fascial Release:

The myofascial release is then followed by a more focused, muscle-specific massage. This ensures a comprehensive treatment addressing both the deeper connective tissues and the individual muscles.