Treatment, advice and strategies for dealing with persistent pain
Help to reduce swelling, regain strength, mobility and confidence following a muscle injury or bone fracture
Sports massage and movement strategies to help reduce the physical effects of stress and anxiety and provide a sense of relaxation and wellbeing
Exercise Recovery and Sports Performance
Sport and Remedial Massage Therapy to help reduce recovery time and improve sports performance
How Can We Help?
Soft Tissue Therapy can help with the following:
Persistent Pain (eg. neck, back, shoulder, elbow, hip or leg pain)
Reduced Range of Movement (eg. pain or limited movement when turning your head, bending or reaching)
Muscle Stiffness or Soreness
Injury Rehabilitation (eg. help to reduce swelling, rebuild strength, improve flexibility and regain confidence after a muscular injury or bone fracture)
Work or Sports Related Pain or Dysfunction (are you experiencing ankle pain after running, back pain after mucking out a stable or lifting a patient, neck pain from working at a computer, leg pain after driving?)
Exercise Recovery (reduce muscle soreness and deal with any niggles as they arise so you can be ready for your next training session or workout)
Stress/Anxiety Management (lower cortisol levels, feel calmer, deal with muscle soreness/stiffness from prolonged anxiety or stress)
Improve Sports Performance (regular treatment as part of your training schedule can help to improve strength, flexibility and range of movement, move more effectively and deal with any niggles as they arise to help prevent or rehabilitate injury)
Treatment Sessions draw on a wide range of techniques including:
corrective functional exercise
remedial soft tissue therapy
natural movement coaching.
The therapist will help you to understand any postural or movement pattern issues that you may have and work with you to empower you to make lasting changes.
In Person Treatment Now Available
1st Appointment = 60 min £45
60 min £45
45 min £35
30 min £25
Appointments are usually available on Mondays and Thursdays between 4:30pm and 7:30pm. Other days and times may be available on request.
What to wear
Please wear conventional underwear. For your first appointment please wear a tight-fitting top and shorts that come above the knee or leggings.
When you can't have massage
There are some medical conditions that make massage treatment unsuitable. A medical history will be taken at your first appointment to check for any contraindications. If the therapist is not able to proceed with treatment due to a contraindication you will not be charged, however you may wish to discuss your condition with the therapist via a telephone call before booking an appointment. Here are a few examples of when massage is not suitable:
Within 14 days of having a Covid-19 vaccine
With 48 hours of having any other type of vaccine
Under the influence of alcohol or drugs (including prescription pain medication)
Infectious skin conditions
During the 1st trimester of pregnancy
Following recent surgery (within 6 months)
Heart failure and some other heart conditions
Book an Appointment
To book, please contact Hannah on 07493823283
or use the contact form below.
Sports Massage and Remedial Soft Tissue Therapist
Hannah is a level 5 qualified soft tissue therapist and trained at the prestigious North London School of Sports Massage.
She has over 10 years experience and has worked with a wide range of clients including professional sports players, equestrians, drivers, health-care workers and office workers.
Hannah takes a keen interest in natural movement and biomechanics and has completed the Healthy Foot Practitioner Course with Nutritious Movement. She is also a fully qualified dance teacher.