Holistic, Deep Tissue and Sports Massage Therapies in East London
I am a certified Sports, Deep Tissue and Holistic Massage therapist in East London, and on the final year of my Physiotherapy degree course at UEL.
I am able to help with a wide range of health issues and musculoskeletal conditions as well as stress relief by channelling deep relaxation. My bodywork not only focuses on your physical condition but is also mindful of your individual psyche. I strongly believe in the direct link between emotions and their manifestation in your body and these two are given much attention throughout your session to create a healthy balance and improve your well-being.
Your session with me will be tailored to your mind-body needs in a safe, non-judgmental and trustful client-therapist relationship. I am welcoming you to visit my clinic and customize your own treatment plan to meet your own needs and preferences.
The clinic is located in a residential building in the Olympic Village, East London E20.
Every one is included
Occasionally in Hackney at
Matt is a qualified Sports, Holistic and Deep Tissue massage therapist and a physiotherapy trainee. He draws his deep understanding of the human anatomy, physiology and physical conditions to be able to his my clients with their recovery while also focusing on relaxation techniques to encourage healing and eliminate stress. His massage style includes various techniques that are both remedial and holistic.
His experience includes working in salons, spas and hotels and seeing clients privately. His approach is centred on the client's individual needs, physical condition and holistic process. His caring personality and love of sports shine through his treatments and ways of work.
Rudolf approaches his treatments as an art form that nurtures, awakens, and strengthens your whole body and mind and encourages them to heal and rejuvenate, allowing you to discover deeper layers of inner peace.
He focuses on Attachment Release, Trigger Point Therapy, and Deep Tissue Release, utilising various massage techniques. He believes in gradually applying pressure, thus minimising discomfort and allowing your body and mind to relax while increasing joint mobility and flexibility. He is able to help with chronic tension and injuries, general muscle tension, and reducing stress and anxiety.
As a professional violinist, He also specialises in treating common muscle tension strain and injuries in musicians caused by repetitive motions.
Giorgiana and Andy are both specialised in Sports, Deep Tissue and Holistic Massage and are part of the team for the coming months.
A relaxing massage which calms the mind and reduces everyday physical and emotional tension on the body.
Focuses on improving energy levels and vitality, encouraging relaxation and reducing stress.
Relatively slower movements and lighter pressure
Deep Tissue Massage
Focuses on finding areas of tension in your body and encouraging their release. It involves advanced pressure techniques and tissue manipulation to target deeper muscle layers and trigger points while still encouraging relaxation.
Hot Stones Massage - unavailable during the summer
Focusing on muscles that are under constant stress due to your life activity or a sudden muscle ache.
Developed to help with muscle systems used for a particular physical activity
This type of massage uses strokes of hand-held, heated basalt stones. The stones' warmth allows you to reach a deeper state of relaxation than hand strokes alone. As your skin and muscles are warmer, the therapist can also reach deeper muscle layers.
Warm Bamboo Massage -
unavailable during the summer
Warm and soothing. Each bamboo stick is used by rolling over your muscles, providing a unique kneading method that engages more muscles at a time. The pressure can be light for targeting a deeper state of relaxation or firmer for breaking down knots.
Prepay for five sessions with a 10% discount
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Tel: +44 7355 079 050
Mirabelle Gardens is Located in East London, 5 min walk from Stratford station, in the new Olympic Village