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  • Once you have filled out your forms, we will have a talk about what your issues are, what you have done about this in the past and how I believe we can help.


  • There may be some muscle testing before we start massaging so we can identify the right areas to work on.


  • No pain No gain is a saying from the past, we don’t want to cause any unnecessary discomfort to you during your massage so if the treatment is beyond your pain tolerance, please let me know


  • Depending on what areas we need to work on you may need to undress to your underwear but at no time will you be asked to undress fully

  • A combination of massage, Joint mobilisation, Chinese cupping, dry needling, vibration may be included in your massage but it will be explained before hand if required 


  • Q: Will my body feel sore after a massage? Is that normal?

  • A: Experiencing sore or tight muscles is normal after a massage, especially if it has been a while since your last massage or you’ve never had one before. Massage is like exercise: It forces blood into your muscles, bringing nutrients and removing toxins. This process can temporarily increase inflammation (the healing response) to areas that the body feels need attention. This inflammation can bring discomfort. Inflammation and discomfort usually last a few hours to about a day and a half.


  • Q: Will one massage session be enough to fix my issues

  • A: Depending on how long you have had your problem for will depend on how long it will take to recover. Muscle has memories and act like an elastic band, from your massage we have released and lengthened them but they will tend to revert back to the length they have been after a couple of days. This is why more than one massage may be required to get you back to feeling your best so don’t feel disheartened if your headache or sore shoulder comes back a few days afterwards. If it is a long-term injury then I would recommend a minimum of 3 massage sessions


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