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Body Therapies

Beth Thomas

    Beth offers holistic massage therapy.

    The term ‘holistic’ refers to an integrated and intuitive approach, grounded in an anatomical understanding of the body and learnt techniques, whilst being led by deep listening, embodied sensing and intuition. Beth will work with you to find the right pressure, and can be as light or as deep as you need.

    Marie-Anne Cody

      Physiotherapist offering deep tissue massage for problem areas and injuries, including trigger point and myofascial techniques. Also Craniosacral therapy and Reiki therapy.

      Likes to offer a deep relaxing massage too.

      Sarah Cornelious

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        Sarah offers therapeutic massage, reflexology, aromatherapy, myofascial release, seated acupressure and guided relaxation sessions. She has practised since 1998 both freelance and in community based projects.

        Fiona Makan

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          Holistic-Therapeutic Body Massage (a little similar in style to Swedish massage) can be adapted to suit your needs.  My method of massage is nurturing and holistic. My technique has evolved and developed over time creating a tailored made massage that meets the needs of each individual client. This results in specific health rewards for the receiver and a positive recognition that my work has made a real difference.  My aim is to give you the client a feeling of overall well-being, physically,  mentally calm and revitalized. 

          With over 26 years qualified experience in this field, I have the knowledge that massage is indeed not to be overlooked as a method of preventative healthcare and also a hugely successful way to revitalize and listen to your body’s physiology and to support your mental health.

          Michael McGovern

            Michael McGovern applying pressure to back muscles.

            The work Michael does with clients is quite deep and technical and can be intense, but he tries to make it as pleasant as possible and explains what he is doing and why as he works. He encourages clients to regularly communicate throughout the session so that they can find the source of pain and treat it, with the aim of providing a release and longer-term healing.

            Lorena McLaughlin

              Lorena practices Craniosacral therapy. This is a gentle, hands on method of evaluating and enhancing the function of the Craniosacral system which is made up of the membranes and fluid that surround and protect the brain and spinal cord. 

              Douglas Ross

                From the initial consultation Douglas will work with you toward your specific aims, whether stress management or the relief of pain. Douglas believes that massage is an essential element of self-care. In his own words, “sharing relaxed and body centred presence is one of life’s greatest gifts.”