She graduated in 2005 as a Shiatsu therapist through the Ealing School Of Shiatsu and qualified in Indian head massage and Hot Stone Therapy with Jing Advanced Massage training. Through working onretreats as a body practitioner, she has trained and worked with many great yoga teachers and practitioners from around the world. Through her love of yoga and the other modalities, she has gathered a deep and diverse understanding of the physical body and how it relates to the subtle energy body.
Our therapeutic massage and holistic treatments reduce stress, relieve pain and free up vitality and energy. The Flowing River Relaxing Massage helps you slow down and regain calm; Deep Tissue andSports massage can help rowers and athletes improve flexibility and speed recovery, while Reiki helps bring your mind body and spirit into balance. We even have a Medical Herbalist who will create plant-based remedies specifically for your needs.
We consider the uniqueness of each person and how both internal and external factors impact functioning. We encourage our clients to become pro-active in their own health and partner with them as theyjourney towards true health and optimal wellness. YC+ in 1-3 Greys Road, is Henley's only fully equipped yoga studio. It's an intimate, light and airy studio where classes are given to suit every level of students of Yoga.
Our vision is to provide the highest quality therapies & healing to help you in the best way possible in whatever area you may need it. As well as giving our clients proactive, self-empowering advice& tips to maintain balance of body, mind & spirit by empowering them to be vital players in their own heath & well being.
Sports massage was designed for athletes, but is useful for anyone with chronic pain, injury or range-of-motion issues. Sports massage was originally developed to help athletes prepare their bodiesfor optimal performance, recover after a big event, or function well during training. Sports massage emphasizes prevention and healing of injuries to the muscles and tendons. But you don't have to be in the Olympics to benefit from sports massage.
His clients come from a wide variety of backgrounds including marathon runners, tennis players, footballers, airline pilots, armed forces personnel, professional gardeners, actors, dancers, and officeworkers. He is also able to provide pre and post event treatments for a wide variety of events such as marathons, cycling, hockey and rugby matches.
Jodi graduated in 1989 from the Desert Institute of the Healing Arts in Tucson, Arizona. While in Tucson, she worked at five star resorts Canyon Ranch and Westin La Paloma while also gainingexperience working with professional golfers and football players. Her sports massage experience has included working at the International Weightlifting Championships, the International Judo Championships, and the Jamie Farr Golf Tournaments.
Massage is both magnificent for your personal wellbeing and one of oldest known remedies for aches and pains. Different types of massage treatments are designed to provide therapeutic healing andreduce the burden of modern life, helping you to maintain your health, wellbeing and energy. I provide a combination of traditional massage and sophisticated modern techniques, used for the benefit of the musculoskeletal, circulatory-lymphatic, nervous and other systems of the body.
SAS Sport and Remedial Massage is run by Susan Saunders. I am keen to assist people from all walks of life and to help them alleviate muscular and soft tissue pain that has resulted from eitherphysical or emotional stress. This desire to treat people has come from my own experiences of sport and postural injuries which, over the years has resulted in periods of frustration.
Jo's work as a Massage Therapist allows her to focus many years of professional experience in the areas of health and sport, in a treatment approach which values the whole person. Jo trainedoriginally as a physiotherapist, qualifying in 1990 with a Graduate Diploma from Coventry School of Physiotherapy. She then worked for 10 years as a physiotherapist within the NHS, covering areas of speciality including chronic pain, spinal injury & orthopaedics.