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Therapeutic Massage

A massage session will focus on relieving pain and discomfort, helping you feel more comfortable within yourself by dealing with daily aches and pains of muscle over use, structural issues, trauma or chronic pain.

Techniques I will incorporate into a session may include:

     - Myofascial Release (MFR)

     - Trigger Point Therapy

     - Deep Tissue

     - Thai Massage

     - Stretching

     - Chinese Fire Cupping


A Few examples of what my massage can help you with are:

     - Neck and back pain

     - Headaches

     - Jaw (TMJ) issues

     - Carpal tunnel syndrome

     - Wrist and arm pain

     - Repetitive strain injury (RSI)

     - Stress

     - Frozen shoulder

     - Hip issues

     - Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)

     - Slipped or bulging disc

     - Period pains

     - Sciatica

     - Scar tissue, internal and external


I’m often asked how many sessions will be needed. This entirely depends on the condition being addressed. One session may be sufficient, however, if a condition is chronic or long term, more sessions will be required.


Myofascial Release Massage (MFR)

This is a specific type of massage which works with the connective tissue, fascia, which runs throughout the body. Overuse, trauma and inactivity can result in the fascia becoming restricted or stuck, often resulting in pain, muscle tension or restricted movement. MFR can reverse these effects, reduce pain, improve flexibility and range of motion. It can also reduce the appearance and effects of internal and external scar tissue.

​Chinese Fire Cupping

This can be a treatment by itself or incorporated into a massage session. It uses suction created by a vacuum in glass cups with draws the muscle and tissue upwards creating space for increased blood flow and relieving muscle tension. The benefits of this treatment are to relieve muscle ache, release the connective tissue (fascia), to stimulate blood and lymph flow and to induce deep relaxation. This treatment may leave reddened areas or light bruising on the body, these may last a few days or up to a week depending on the treatment.