More than ten years of practice in massage therapy
Massage is more than a relaxing lie-down.
Over the many years that I’ve been practicing massage I’ve come to realize that if you’re to obtain some enduring benefit from massage it’s important that I should understand your particular needs. Your lifestyle, whether it involves sports, manual or office work, is bound to take its particular toll on your mind and body, and impose its particular stresses.
Everyone has their own specific needs – both physical and mental – and a superficial, generic approach to relaxation might make for a pleasant experience, but it won’t necessarily get to the root of the problem.
My interest in massage began with curiosity about the relationship between the health of the mind and the health of the body. Both are complex systems, intimately connected with each other. I have attended many courses and am fully qualified and certified in a number of different techniques (Swedish, Sports, Cupping, Lymphatic Drainage, Thai, etc.). These courses inevitably concentrate mainly on physical techniques, but I am convinced there is much more to massage than the physical. I am constantly exploring new techniques from different parts of the world, but above all, I am influenced by South East Asian methods.