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massage

 

What is it?

A variety of massage techniques are used depending on the particular needs of the individual after discussion. These may vary from a gentle relaxing approach to a more active massage involving deeper strokes with 'hacking', 'cupping' or flicking motions.

Who can it help?

Anyone who feels massage can help them, whether for relaxation or for physical complaints such as stiffness, tension, stress or insomnia

What happens in a session?

The client lies on a couch and is covered with towels.The massage proceeds according to the needs of the client as previously discussed. A session will last from one to one and a half hours. Many people fall asleep after the session.

Books & Information

Massage Therapy - H. Jackson

The Book of Massage - C. Maxwell-Hudson

The Massage/Therapist Institute
24, Highbury Grove
London N5 2DQ
Tel: 020 7226 5313


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