Posts tagged #Massage kidderminster

Therapeutic massage, a slow calm and effective approach

We all have our own ideas about what makes a great therapeutic massage. Many people expect the painful pummelling and pressing on knots and tight muscles, whilst others prefer a relaxing gentle rhythmic massage. Whatever we expect to feel during the massage we all want to feel positive results from the treatment.

A massage technique called myofascial release absolutley provides results, and it combines both expectations of massage treatment. The massage technique is slow and calming whilst also being deep and intense, you can actually feel your tissues releasing the tightness and tension. For me this is a perfect combination.

Myofascial release techniques focus on relaxing deep tissue within the body providing lasting and effective relief.  Myofascial release is a safe and very effective hands-on technique that involves applying gentle sustained pressure which works to free restrictions and can relieve pain and restore motion.  Each Myofascial Release Treatment session is performed directly on skin without oils, creams or machinery. This enables the therapist to accurately detect restrictions and apply the appropriate amount of sustained pressure to help release them.  Myofascial release is a very effective treatment that can significantly improve many soft tissue and orthopedic conditions.

During a massage treatment a multitude of Myofascial Release techniques can be used, and they can be combined with other massage techniques to provide a treatment tailored for each individual.  A massage does not have to be vigorous to work wonders on your aches and pains.  Working with your body to ease away tightness and restrictions can feel great and really benefit your wellbeing.

Find out more about Breathe Holistic Therapy on our main reflexology page

 

Aromatherapy, massage and reflexology skills

As an aromatherapy, massage and reflexology therapist it is vital to keep up to date with new research and training, constantly learning and developing skills to provide the best possible experience and results for out clients. It was wonderful to meet so many of other therapists at the Federation of Holistic Therapists 50th anniversary conference. The FHT Training Congress provided the opportunity to listen to a wide range of expert speakers on aromatherapy, advanced massage and reflexology, it was also ideal for meeting other like-minded therapists and talking to reputable therapy training and product suppliers.

It was fantastic to meet and learn from other therapists and trainers in aromatherapy, advanced massage and reflexology. Lectures and workshops to develop my expertise in areas such as individually blending the perfect aromatherapy oil for my clients and advanced massage to really help with painful stiff muscles were enjoyable and educational. Expanding my skills in areas such as facial reflexology allows me to offer treatments even more tailored to my client's unique individual needs. You can discuss your needs before any treatment to ensure you enjoy the best treatment for you at that time.

You can spot me on the photo...the one on the left wearing spots!


For Reflexology in Kidderminster. Please contact Jo 0753 1121199

Fundraising Day for Mary Stevens Hospice

I hope you had a great Easter.

I am having a fundraising day for Mary Stevens hospice. I am privileged to work at the hospice as a volunteer therapist and I hope to  raise money for a special reflexology chair. The reflexology chairs are very comfortable and so portable that we can give treatments in more places, such as for relatives that don't want to leave the bedsides.  Patients and visitors at the hospice benefit from many types of complementary therapies such as reflexology. A new reflexology recliner would allow me and other therapists to be more mobile within the hospice, hopefully offering the relaxing soothing treatments to more people when and where they need them.

On Saturday May 21st I am offering mini reflexology treatments and back massages for a suggested donation of £10.00. All proceeds going to the hospice. This fundraising day will take place at my home treatment room in Kidderminster.

Simply phone 0753 1121199 or e-mail me if you want to book a spot or need more details and please forward this to anyone who you think may be interested.

 

Thank you .

Reflexology Treatments Kidderminster. Please contact Jo 0753 1121199