Remedial and Soft Tissue Therapy, for Pain, Stress & Injury
“Having trained with the LSSM (London School of Sports Massage) 10 years ago, I have considerable experience treating patients from all walks of life: from competitive athletes, pregnant women, the elderly and the general public alike. As a therapist I specialise in remedial and soft tissue therapy for pain, stress and injury. This means I aim to heal damage soft tissue, which is muscle, tendon, ligament and fascia. From neck ache, back pain, a sprained ankle or a chronic hip complaint – my work is always intentional, using my knowledge and skills to find the root cause and ultimately restore balance to the body.
While my main focus is always remedial, I also take great care in creating a tranquil and pleasant treatment room. I only use natural oils and provide extra touches like a heated couch and complimentary mineral water.”
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.
This is the new terminology to describe the skills of a ‘Sports Massage Therapist’. We are now calling ourselves Soft Tissue Therapist’s. I think I quite like it. It gives a truer picture of what is offered and who can benefit. I am usually mistaken for a Sports Physio, like the ones you may have seen […]
Over the last couple of months, I have been given the privilege of providing Sports Massage treatment for Sue, an Ironman Mallorca Finisher 2014. It was a real honour to work with her as she took on this immense challenge consisting of: a 2.4-mile swim, a 112-mile bicycle ride and a marathon 26.2-mile run, raced in […]
Soft Tissue Release is probably one of my favourite techniques in a sport massage treatment. It’s dynamic, thorough and quick to release stored tension and pain. Every muscle is able to contract and extend; extension is how we stretch. In soft tissue release, I put the chosen muscle into a contraction, apply a firm pressure and […]