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We offer a range of manual therapies, please contact the therapist directly if you have any specific questions or to book

Sports & Remedial Massage

A combination of classical and advanced soft tissue massage techniques designed to release areas of muscular imbalances caused by injuries, rehabilitation, postural or regular sporting activities.  Techniques include Deep Tissue Massage, Trigger Point Therapy, Neuromuscular Techniques, Positional Release, Muscle Energy Techniques, Soft Tissue Release along with exercise recommendations.

Practised by: Sarah Claxton and Trevor England,

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Sports Massage, London, 2011 © Trevor England


Aromatherapy is the therapeutic blending of essential oils which has many applications.

Aromatherapy is generally applied in the form of a gentle pressure massage in a clinic setting, although your aromatherapist may create custom blends for you to use at home in a body oil or bath blend for example.

Aromatherapists create custom blends based upon the needs of the individual, taking into account the client’s history and the current needs.

Practised by: Sarah Claxton, Janet Lee and Janet Whitehead


Sunflower, Kew, 2012 © Trevor England

Holistic/Therapeutic Massage

Also known as Swedish massage or therapeutic massage, holistic massage is the application of a medium pressure massage which targets the superficial muscles of the body (those muscles which lie closest to the surface of the skin).  The use of holistic massage considers the person as a whole being, considering the clients physical, emotional, and mental wellbeing as an integral part of the treatment.

Practised by: Sarah Claxton, Janet Lee and Janet Whitehead


Massage London, 2011 © Trevor England


Reflexology is the application gentle pressure to specific points on your feet. It can bring about similar sense of relaxation and restfulness that a full body massage can produce, aiding in sleep and general well-being.

Practised by: Janet Lee and Janet Whitehead

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