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I went to Natasha after 6 years of Epidurals which lasted 3 months, I was walking with a stick, and in constant pain, so decided to ask Natasha if she would be willing to try and sort my back out,
For 6 weeks i had intensive treatment, just once a week for 1 hour, it was painful but after 3 treatments the improvement was amazing, i have thrown away my stick, the last time i had an Epidural was Feb 2012.
I can throughly recommend Natasha she always does her best for her patients taking time to get a clear picture of the patients needs before starting any treatment.
I have had the pleasure of working with Natasha and also receiving massage treatments from her. She was a popular therapist when working in my chiropractic clinic where I confidently referred clients for massage. I found her to be an honest and easy colleague to work with.
She was also able to help in my management of some of my own muscle issues with a good level of success.
I have no hesitation in recommending her as an experienced, skilled and able massage therapist with a friendly, professional approach.
I have been seeing Natasha for over 5 years and i highly recommend her. I first visited her with a lower back issue, having given up on chiropractors. She had me upright and corrected my posture in one session, time and time again over the years. Eventually I took note of the exercises she recommended and have been able to maintain a good core strength since. I now mainly visit Natasha for a deep tissue massage to relieve all those aches, pains and knots relating to stress. She is a real gem, easy to get along with and full of good advice.
Today’s remedial work was with a faithful client who has a history of back and hip pain. Today she mentioned experiencing groin pain during hip flexion and rotation. We released some groin fascia, (which was actually most painful towards the inner knee area – even travelling right to the ankle) then she tried her movement […]
I have found this great website with an easy to follow strech/self massage video. Check it out here I love yoga, but often find myself adding a little self massage with either a rolling pin (yes, I said a rolling pin) or a golf ball. I think I might try a tennis ball with a […]
Shoulder pain is a serious problem. Serious! It can interfere with sleep. General day to day activities become agony. At it’s worst it can spiral into a cycle of pain, preventing movement which causes increased pain and so on. This first thing I need to stress, is to get help as soon as possible. This […]