I am a level 5 qualified Holistic, Remedial and Sports Massage Therapist, registered with the Massage Training Institute. I am also a qualified Reflexologist registered with the Association of Reflexologists. I offer a safe and professional therapy service to help women feel more comfortable and at ease in their bodies, whilst addressing longer standing issues and allowing space for the body and mind to wind down. I provide a tranquil space to allow for some ‘me-time’ away from the stresses of modern life while receiving a therapeutic well-being treatment.
I have set up Good Living Massage because for me, massage is a way of living better with our bodies and enjoying life more. Life can be pretty stressful and our bodies are subject to wear and tear brought about by injury or postural imbalances or something as simple as spending too much time at a desk. Massage can help address the issues on a tissue, neurological and psychological level, which allows us to feel better in our ourselves and more aware of what’s happening and how we might address our posture and lifestyles to avoid further problems.
I was drawn to massage after many years working in offices, sitting for long hours at a desk. I experienced for myself how great hands-on therapy could feel and the benefits it can bring to chronically stressed muscles. I felt so strongly about the benefits of massage that I retrained, primarily so I could help others to introduce massage into their lives.
Having completed my massage training I embarked on my long-held desire to train as a reflexologist because I wanted to be able to offer my clients the option of having a foot treatment and I am a passionate believer of the benefits and methods of reflexology. I love working on peoples feet and marvel at the stories that the feet can tell.
I am committed to my professional development and attend regular training and supervision sessions to keep my skills and knowledge up to date.