CLOSED during lockdown

Posted on 6th January 2021
I am so sorry to have to say this again. Sports Massage Therapists are unable to practice during the national lockdowns.  Guidance at the moment is that it could be mid February until we open again, but I am planning on that being March.  I will keep you updated.  In the meantime my FACEBOOK and INSTAGRAM pages will also be updated regularly.  The decorating of my new clinic is also in full flow, see what’s


Posted on 3rd January 2021
After nearly 5 incredible years in Devizes I have come to a break clause option in my lease.  I have decided to exercise that option and change my clinic location. In April 2021 I am relocating to Bowerhill, Melksham into a purpose designed and renovated building.  The setting is perfect, overlooking my own garden. You can expect the same level of professionalism and service that you are used to in Devizes. Thank you for your amazing loyalty
Physiotherapist, Sports Therapist or Sports Massage Therapist – all similar disciplines but what’s the difference?  Who is going to be best placed to help with your injury or ailment? Does it even matter? Here we explain the difference between the grey areas so you can make an informed choice when choosing who can help you reduce pain and start living and playing pain free again. As Sports Massage Therapists we are often referred to by

Five Massage Myths Busted

Posted on 3rd July 2020
You might think that you know all there is to know about massages – but some myths still seem to hang around, and we’ve probably heard them all.  Here are a few we hear all the time…busted! Massage Can Spread Cancer One of the biggest and possibly most enduring myths puts a lot of people off massage that could really benefit from it.  The myth is that having a full body massage can spread cancer
Are you the type of person who puts off getting a massage?  You think that because nothing actually hurts, you don’t need to worry about it?  Many people think the same way and then end up at a massage clinic with a painful back or injury. Massage is wonderful if you have an injury or are already in pain, but why wait until there’s something wrong before you take action?  Massage can be part of