Soft Tissue Release

Soft Tissue Therapy

Fascia is the soft tissue component of connective tissue that provides support and protection for most structures within the human body.  Soft tissue can become restricted due to overuse, trauma, inactivity, or emotional patterns and belief systems.  Often these restrictions create diminished blood flow and are felt in the form of pain and muscle tension. The aim of fascial mobilisation is to produce a well balanced and mobile body within the skeletal, soft tissue, visceral and cranial sacral systems.

Massage Therapies

  • Sports Massage – encourages recovery from injury by increasing flexibility.  This in-turn reduces muscle tightness and restricted movement in the joints.  This massage uses acupressure stretching and deep massage.
  • Aromatherapy / Relaxation Massage  – Aromatherapy is a natural holistic therapy, which uses essential oils to help promote deep relaxation, greater well being and renewed energy.  Essential oils are concentrated plant essences and have a wide range of healing properties. The combination of massage and a blend of essential oils can enhance the circulation of the blood and lymph and relax tense and tired muscles. Furthermore, it can help eliminate toxins from the body and also help with anxiety, depression, digestive problems, headaches and insomnia.

Yoga

Kristy integrates many techniques into her yoga practice and approaches each student as an individual. She teaches you to trust your heart and your natural intelligence, so that you can move forwards in your healing process. 

Facials

Holistic facials are a gentle facial treatment which cleanse, exfoliate, tone and nourish the skin. Just like the rest of our body, the face has a large number of muscles that can get tight and hold onto stress. The main emphasis of this treatment is to leave the muscles in your face and neck feeling relaxed and rejuvenated and your skin looking and feeling great.

Head Massage 

Head massage is a form of relaxation massage that focuses on the face, head, neck, scalp that are important energy centers within the body. This form of massage is very relaxing and has a balancing effect as it helps to release stress and tension creating a sense of peace and well-being.

Fees >

Initial consultation (1 hour) - £52 (Includes a treatment for your individual needs, health questionnaire, posture assessment and aftercare advice)

Thereafter:
1hr 20 Minutes - £70
60 Minutes - £42
30 Minutes - £25

Yoga sessions (1 hour) - £25
Facials (1 hour) - £46

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