Therapeutic massage therapy is gradually being recognised as an essential part of overall health care as well as a hands-on approach to musculoskeletal injury.
Massage can help treat a range of musculoskeletal issues that range from injury, stress related muscle pain or over used and fatigued muscle. Ultimately, we need to address the cause of the pain and sometimes this is simply caused by tension that can be released in one session. If the pain is the result of a dysfunctional movement pattern and compensation, then treatment can take longer as we restore the body back to factory settings.
My therapy also includes sports massage, treating injuries and post operative care. Understanding the body’s mechanics and compensation patterns is vital to keep you injury-free and to restore correct muscular alignment and movement.
My clients include a wide range of individuals, from those that are needing a bit of time-out in their day, to those that are on a vigorous training program or those who have woken up with a stiff neck.
I view massage as a holistic therapy and whilst my primary concern is to address physical pain and muscular tension – particularly with injuries and sports people – we also need to give attention to ongoing stress, lifestyle challenges and health conditions that cause chronic pain.
I completed my two year diploma in Sport and Therapeutic Massage Therapy through the Cape Institute for Allied Health Studies in 2004. After travelling for a few years, I joined the team at Sport Science Physiotherapy Centre at the Sport Science Institute of South AfricaRead More
You do not need to wait to have an injury, be in pain or be a sports person to experience the physical, mental and emotional benefits of massage therapy.
I am not usually able to answer calls as I am normally busy in treatments.
For this reason sending a WhatsApp message or SMS has a faster response time, but I do return calls and reply to all emails as soon as I can.
If you would like to make your own appointment, you are welcome to book online.