Massage in motion and moving forward…

Massage in motion and moving forward…

Some important changes going forward into the new year. Some changes will be made to our massage duration and continuous development.

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2019 will see the 30 min sessions fall away. This means that I will be combining the 30 and 45 minute sessions, and with a reduction in price from £35 to £30! This will be an added benefit as more treatment time will be available for less, and sessions will be more focused on client needs and wants. This is something I plan to trial and if successful will continue to be part of our treatment going forward.

As discussed in previous newsletters, I have started my musculoskeletal, remedial and exercise course, or Sports Therapy, and will soon be starting to implement new techniques and applying clinical reasoning into my current therapy plans, so may need a volunteer here and there 😁

Once achieved this will allow for diagnoses of musculoskeletal disorders, fire cupping techniques, instrument assisted methods, strength and conditioning and rehab exercises after injury. So all in all a much improved and rounded therapy.

Caroline qualified in her Swedish Massage early December and now is insured to work with the public. In early January she will be attending a Deep Tissue massage course, so will soon be available to apply these techniques into her current routines. Watch out for introductory offers and prices!

OPENING TIMES OVER FESTIVE PERIOD..

We will continue to operate our usual business hours up until 1pm on the 24th December. We will open our doors again on the 2nd of January 2019.

May we take this opportunity to wish all our customers a Merry Christmas and a happy new year, with the best of luck in 2019! Thank you for your continued support and we look forward to being of service to you in the new year.

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