Introduction

I am pleased to welcome you to my website...

Here is brief introduction about me: I have been working in the field of massage and complementary therapies now for over 11 years, and I have to say that I really enjoy this work. I find it very rewarding when clients report back to me on how much better they are feeling after receiving a decent massage treatment. It was around about 11 years ago that I first started looking into to doing massage after experiencing bad neck and shoulder problems. I had what is called chronic Torticolis or wry neck. The muscles around these area's were extremely tight, spasmodic, and tense which was not very nice at all, very debilitating in fact. I was unable to drive and I also had to give up work for about 6 months.

A friend of mine mentioned to me about trying massage treatments, so I sought to find myself a qualified massage therapist. Luckily I found a good therapist Wickford that offered Deep Tissue Massage, Tui Na, and Chinese Cupping. After having just a few sessions I was soon back on the road to recovery. It really worked wonders on me. I have been very grateful ever since. After realising how massage can be so helpful and beneficial, I felt very inspired to look into training in massage so that I could go on to help people with similar conditions such as myself. I really enjoyed the training (Anatomy and Physiology), learning all about how the body works, as well as learning the lovely practical side of the massage techniques. I seemed to fall into it with ease as if it was meant to be....and it definitely is!!

I also feel very honored to have trained at the Nature Care College in Pitsea, as the teachers (now retired) were excellent!! My thanks & gratitude go out to Peter and Sherrill.

I took an ITEC (International Therapy Examination Council) Holistic Massage course in September 2005 and successfully passed all the exams in March 2006. I've since taken many other courses, including I.T.E.C Sports Massage. This is my favourite treatment of all because I've learned some fantastic techniques to combat muscle and skeletal injuries, such as Frozen Shoulder, Torticolis (wry neck), Sciatica, and strained over-worked muscles. Sports massage is not only beneficial for sports people and athletes, but is great for absolutely anyone suffering from tense muscular aches and pains.

As well as massage, I do hands on healing (Reiki) and this is also one of my favourite therapies. It's a lovely relaxing, powerful, yet simple hands-on healing treatment. I would definitely recommend giving this treatment a try if you haven't already.

My Aim:

The aim of my treatments is to improve the quality of peoples lives by reducing stress, tension, and anxieties brought about by our fast paste modern lifestyles of today.

Insurance: I am fully insured by a company that is especially designed for Complementary/Alternative Therapies called Balens.

I abide by a strict code of conduct.

Feedback: I like to encourage feedback from my clients as it is an important part of my growth and progress within my career, and I like to know if everyone is happy with me and my work. I am constantly striving to provide the best possible treatments. Please feel free to offer up any comments, no matter how small it may seem.

Complementary Therapies are really becoming more and more popular for people from all walks of life. People are realising that they need to look after themselves properly, as very often they are finding themselves experiencing all kind of health issues due exhaustion, stress and tension. This is due the the fast paste modern lifestyles of today. Most of us really need to take time out for ourselves to relax and unwind. Having a massage would be just what the doctor ordered.

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Please note:  Complementary therapies are not a replacement from orthodox medicine. Always seek your GP's advice if you have any illness that requires medical attention/treatment.