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.
My treatments are designed to help you relax, rejuvenate and de-stress. All my treatments are tailor made for you - the individual - to ensure you enjoy your treatment and get what you want from it. Iwork from wither my treatment room in Ickenham, Middlesex, or am available to visit within a 10 mile radius. All of my oils that I use and create for you are 100% organic. Let me relax and de-stress you as the therapeutic effects of my massage takes over.
My core aim is to get your muscles functioning better, return your natural body balance and increase your performance levels. I pride myself on helping people to achieve results. I believe thatreaching your health goals should be affordable and effective, and, that this should be available to everybody. Massage is often underrated despite it's positive impact. We tend to reach for pills, supplements, home remedies and even wait endless weeks to rectify aches and pains.
Sports massage therapy helps alleviate the stress and tension that builds up in the body's soft tissues during physical activity. Massage can break down adhesions quickly and effectively. You don'thave to participate in sport to get benefit from Sports massage. Whether you have a physically demanding or sedentary job, or if you are pushed to the limit posturally, aches and pains happen.
In an age of technical and, at times, impersonal medicine, massage offers a drug-free, non-invasive and human approach based on the body's natural ability to heal itself. In brief, massage therapy canbe helpful for stress relief, pain, stiffness, blood pressure control, sports-related injuries and boosting immunity. Anyone at any age or lifestyle can benefit from this natural therapy, while enjoying the most thoroughly relaxing and rejuvenating experience imaginable.
At Ruislip Physiotherapy, we aim to treat you better and help you stay that way. We treat a variety of conditions including back, neck and joint pains, sports injuries, soft tissue injuries,osteoarthritis and much more. We use a combination of treatment techniques varying from acupuncture, ultrasound, exercises, traction and Pilates to hands on treatment such as massage, mobilisation and manipulation. More information is available on our musculoskeletal treatments page.
We offer classes for baby massage and baby yoga these will run in a 5 week Massage course and a 4 week Yoga course. This includes weekly handouts and a certificate upon completion. Classes are limitedto 8-10 parents and babies for Baby Massage and 6-8 for Baby Yoga. We also offer an at home service where we can teach Mum and Dad, the techniques needed to enhance playful interaction and communication between parents and baby. Another service we offer is Dad only classes.
Acupuncture should become more widely available on the NHS and family doctors should be trained in some of its techniques, a BMA (British Medical Association) inquiry has concluded. The therapy hasproved effective in treating back and dental pain, nausea and vomiting, and migraine, the BMA's Board of Science and Education has found after a two year study.
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).
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).