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Swedish massage use a variety of movements that warm up the muscles tissue, help release tension and break down adhesions in the muscles "knots".

 These techniques calm the nervous system to promote relaxation, reduce anxiety.

Pressure point massage 2


Myofascia is a tough and dense tissue that surrounds and covers our muscles and bones. 
Myofascial Release is a safe and very effective hands-on technique that involves applying gentle sustained pressure into the myofascial connective tissue restrictions to eliminate pain and restore range of motion and flexibility.



Reflexology is a non invasive therapy that involves varying pressure being applied to the points on the feet. These points correspond to various organs and glads found within the body. Once these areas are stimulated it causes a response. The treatment will usually allow relaxation, encourage circulation, decrease stress and increase energy levels.




Cups are used to produce suction to the soft tissue. This vacuum/negative pressure produces a therapeutic result. Cupping promotes relaxation, increases circulation, increased range of motion, decrease muscle tension, break down fascial restrictions. It can encourage healing and detoxification. The cups can stay stationary or glide across the tissue.

Cupping Treatment

K Taping/ Fascial Movement Taping 

 K tape is a flexible tape that supports and stabilizes joints, muscles, and ligaments as they bend, contract, and extend. Kineso tape is designed to mimic the skin’s elasticity so you can use your full range of motion. The tape’s medical-grade adhesive is also water-resistant which allows for 3-5 days wear. With application it is can improve blood circulation, helps in treating injuries, supports weak zones in the body, re educates muscles, enhance performance, and  manage scars/bruising.  

Child Physiotherapy
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