11 Northumberland Place, Bath, BA1 5AR

01225 466 944

Deep Tissue Massage (inc. mobilisation)

July 18, 2015

Deep Tissue Massage aims to release the chronic patterns of tension in the body through slow strokes and deep finger pressure on the contracted areas, either following or going across the fibres of the muscles, tendons and fascia. A deep-tissue massage helps loosen muscle tissues, release toxins from muscles and get blood and oxygen circulating properly.

Jeremy Dymond

After experiencing the many benefits of massage myself I eagerly completed my professional training at Bristol College of Massage and Bodywork (BCMB) and realised I had an aptitude and passion for this work.

From this strong base I have continued to develop my work through professional advanced courses and am now an Assistant Tutor at BCMB

Throughout my work I am continually looking to find the most effective and appropriate ways to use the techniques I have learnt. This helps me to give care and focus to my clients whether the work is soft and gentle or satisfyingly firm.

My aim is to make the process as soothing as the outcome.

Qualifications

MTI Diploma in Holistic Massage

Professional Bodies

Member of the Massage Training Institute (MTI)
Member of the Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC)

Days at Neal’s Yard

Saturday 9.30am – 1.30pm

Website

relaxinbath.co.uk

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Anna’s pasion for complementary therapies started when she received a short reflexology session, which helped to release pain that she had. She decided to study Reflexology to be in the position to support others. She qualified as a Reflexologist in 2008 and went on to gain her Diploma in Holistic Masage two years later.

She has been constantly upgrading her knowledge and skills by attending reflexology, massage and healing workshops.

She has been supporting different types of people, specializing in dealing with stress and stress related conditions and also supporting people that face emotional challenges. She tailors each session according to client’s needs, adjusting the pressure and using her nurturing touch to encourage the state of relaxation and supporting the release of blockages and tension.

Qualifications

IEB Diploma in Reflexology 2008

ITEC Diploma in Holistic Massage 2010

Reflexology in Preconception, Pregnancy and Post Natal Care 2009

Thai Herb Compress Massage 2012

Advanced Level Practitioner and Teacher of Transference Healing 2012

Professional Bodies

Member of CThA

Days at Neal’s Yard

MASSAGE: Friday 9.30 – 6pm and Sunday 11 – 5pm

HEALING: Tuesday 2pm – 6pm

Website

I’m passionate about many forms of alternative health and complementary medicine, but holistic massage therapy is my chosen path of expertise. I started out on a completely different path in life, studying politics and economics up to Master’s level at the London School of Economics. After spending a few years working for some well-known international organisations, I took the decision to embark on a career change to pursue my passions of holistic healing and organic living.

After gaining some experience in these areas during my travels around the world, I returned home and studied to MTI level 4 (CertHE) in Holistic Massage Therapy under a master Osteopath and Massage Therapist. This course also included a solid grounding in Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology, so if you suffer from a chronic musculoskeletal or immune disorder, I’ll approach your needs as an individual. However, should you simply need a relaxing massage, you will be in good hands too!

Qualifications

MTI (level 4) in Holistic Massage with Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology

(Holistic Massage with a grounding in Swedish, deep tissue and remedial techniques)

Professional Bodies

Member of the Massage Training Institute (MTI)

Days at Neal’s Yard

Friday 6.30 – 9.30pm and Sunday 10.30 – 5pm

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Madeleine started working in London as a full time massage therapist in 2001. Her work has mainly been as a remedial massage therapist, with a fair amount of on -site chair work and some Thai massage. She has had a wide range of experience treating musicians, corporate workers, dancers, horse riders and anyone walking through the door. Since this time, she has continued to educate herself in different therapeutic modalities, in the quest to effectively treat a wide variety of injuries and physical issues.

In the last couple of years, her focus has changed to Structural Integration (alias Rolfing) and yoga therapy. The structural changes addressing old injuries and vocational postures brought about by the hands on fascial work in a structural integration treatment, followed by a personalised yoga practise bring about startling and completely satisfactory results. Many are unaware of the potential to bring the body back into a better alignment, with the freedom in movement and from aches and pain that accompanies this. Seeing one’s posture return to what it was brings a new lease of life.

Formerly a professional classical musician, her interest in body work and natural health began whilst writing her dissertation on Stress and Relaxation, for her BSc in Human Sciences, University College London. She is a keen traveller and has lived and worked in Europe, S-E Asia and Africa, and spent long periods in India.

Qualifications

Diploma in Sports Massage
Structural Integration and Amatsu
various Teacher training qualifications in Yoga
Reiki 1, 2 & Master

Professional Bodies

Member of the International Association of Structural Integration

 

Days at Neal’s Yard

Thursday 2pm to 6pm

Website

http://www.mztherapy.com