Leila Denison-Pender is a registered Aromatherapist based in Ealing, West London, with a Diploma in Holistic Clinical Aromatherapy and Therapeutic Massage from the Institute of Traditional HerbalMedicine and Aromatherapy (ITHMA). She further trained to specialise in Aromatherapy and Massage during Pregnancy, also with ITHMA. Leila is a member of the International Federation of Professional Aromatherapists (IFPA) and of the Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC).
A Unique experience awaits, in a place of calm and tranquility, where time becomes meaningless and your personal well-being everything. Our exquisite collection of treatments for both men and womenare designed to ease the stress of everyday life and exceed your expectations of modern day skin and body care, each experience you share with us being customised to your own personal needs.
Ayurveda focuses on exercise, yoga, meditation and massage. Tulsi kerala ayurvedic is all about providing one of the oldest traditional massage dated back to 1500 BC in southern India. Make your ageyour best kept secret with our latest rejuvenation massage or face massage. We have special herbal ayurvedic massage that will remove stiffness in your body or help relieve from stress. While the waiting times in NHS are longer, talk to us for possible relief to your back problem or postnatal care.
I have been practising massage since 1984 and gradually extended my qualifications with additional alternative therapies. I am now offering offering home visit therapies to individuals and onsitetherapies for businesses based in North and West London. During the day I work as a practitioner for The Disability Foundation.
Medis uniquely synergistic style and holistic approach, which comprises both Western and traditional Eastern massage techniques i.e. Deep Tissue, Classical, Sports Massage, Thai Massage and Thai FootReflexology with the sole focus of always delivering the very best results for you. In Medis massage a magnesium oil is used making this massage very beneficial for everyone - not just active people.
What are the benefits of massage therapy? Massage therapy has been used for thousands of years by Indian, Chinese, Egyptian, Greek and many other ancient civilizations. In Europe, massage therapybecame widely used during the 14th century, whereas the US has only started practicing it during the mid 19th century. Therapists have to make sure that the patient does not have any medical history that may conflict with the massage therapy provided.
By using a combination of Sports Massage Therapy, Biomechanics Coaching and Rehabilitive Exercise in order to improve soft tissue quality and correctly align the body. If something hurts, I will tryand fix it immediately. I will then try and work out why it hurts, and what caused it. I will then give specific exercises in order to correct the problem that caused the injury (which may not be the part that hurts).
Proactive Sports Massage is run by Mark Smith a fully qualified Massage Therapist with 12 years of experience in Holistic, Sports and Remedial Massage. Additionally Mark holds qualifications with YMCAas Teacher of Fitness; the Massage Training Institute in Holistic Massage and is also a member of the Register of Nutritional therapists as well as a qualified Personal Trainer.
Massage is a healing modality that addresses injuries received through sport, work or general wear and tear of the body. If you have one massage per month, you will enhance your life through investingin your health. You will be more happy and relaxed and research shows that you will have a stronger immune system, fewer colds and other stress related immunity issues.
Inform is a Physiotherapy Rehabilitation and Complementary Therapies practice located in Acton, London W3. We provide Physiotherapy, Pilates, Acupuncture, Pregnancy Massage, Massage Therapy,Reflexology and Reiki to individuals and corporate clients based in Ealing W5, Acton W3, Chiswick W4, and Shepherds Bush W12. Inform Physio & Therapies was created and is run by therapists with many years experience in the NHS and the independent health sector.