Stress results in physical and non-physical symptoms that can affect your health and well-being, impacting on your occupation, sports performance and day-to-day life. Stress accounts for as much as 40 % of all reported work-related illness in the UK (HSE.gov.uk, 2013)
Remedial Relaxation (TM) Massage
The unique Remedial Relaxation (TM) treatment may help with the physical, emotional, psychological & energetic aspects of prolonged or high stress.
"As a Graduate Sports Therapist working with athletes & members of the public alike, I have seen first hand the well-documented relationship between high stress levels and musculoskeletal injury or dysfunction".
The Remedial Relaxation (TM) massage has been crafted to utilise lighter massage pressure and holistic stress reduction techniques & intuitive healing, rather than targeting specific areas of dysfunction with deep tissue work.
Based on the principle that the whole body is mapped out on the feet, reflexology is a truly holistic therapy that works the feet, ankles and lower calfs. It can be called on for a number of ailments. and is brilliant at inducing a deep state of relaxation, making reflexology great for stress management.
Success stories with reflexology include helping to treat insomnia, fertility issues, hormonal imbalances and PTSD & anxiety.
Working on the Marma (or pressure) points of the face head & scalp, this truly relaxing & nurturing treatment aims to balance the vital energy within us whilst nourishing the skin & acting as a natural face lift & rejuvenator.
Based upon Ayurveda, the ancient Indian healing system, this face and scalp massage is a beautiful, precise and relaxing treatment, that works on a deep emotional and spiritual level.
Great for managing stress, and offering space, time, and attention for you to fully unwind, the added bonus of this treatment is the natural face-lift and aesthetic results. Combined with the rose-quartz sculpting Gua Sha face massage, and beautiful organic beauty products based on Ayurvedic Principles - you truly get the best of both worlds!
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Research has shown that a relationship between life-stress and risk of injury exists (Hardy et al., 2010, Behavioural Medicine; Williams & Anderson, 2008, Applied Sport Psychology). In fact, studies have shown that increases in life-stress correlate to an increase in injury, in both contact and non-contact sports (Hardy et al., 2010; Ford et al., 2000, Journal of Sport Sciences)
"The massage was the best I have ever had, you have such a gift, that was amazing. Thank you" Gerard