Sports & Holistic Massage - A Sports Massage entails a thorough release of all Fascia, Muscle and Skeletal tension, it works on the Physical Anatomy of the human body. An holistic treatment works in with the Energetic Anatomy and its blockages. My goal is to unscramble the mess we make through life-created postures and align your bodies energies to create a better muscular- neural relationship allowing your mind and body to learn to work together again as it should.
A combination of techniques will be applied to enable this to happen and it may take a handful of sessions to ensure the cause of the problem has been eradicated. Some discomfort may be encountered but you will be talked through this and encouraged to breath through it.
In order to achieve the best results I may apply alternative methods such as Cupping Therapy, Dry Needling, Tuina Massage, Reiki Healing or some rehabilitative stretching and strengthening exercises.
Private Yoga and Stretch coaching is available. (see link below)
One method of many under the umbrella of Acupuncture.
The ancient art of cupping has multiple benefits for bringing balance back to the inner and outer body.
The body is never symmetrical so why should the treatment be?
Traditional Chinese Medicine combined with Sports Massage allows for a deeper healing in terms of achieving balance. If we can bring an energetic balance to the body then the discrepancies of a physical imbalance can function pain free.
Gua Sha (chinese) or Koah Kshal (cambodian).
This ancient treatment was used by many cultures for many ailments from the common flu to more deadly diseases.
Still commonly used in many parts of asia and south east asia and now in the west it is termed as “coining”
Scars along with other invasions to the body can cause severe blockages in the flow of energy throughout the body.
Many techniques can be applied to reconnect the body and improve the flow of energy resulting in direct healing to those areas as well as an improvement in overall energy and wellness.
Bringing balance to the Yin and Yang of the body using heat with the application of the herb Mugwort.
Moxi is a common household healing method in China and many countries of the East.