Relax you're in good hands
Relax you're in good hands
I am a Soft a tissue Therapist and NOT a Physiotherapist, an important distinction, this descriptor is only for a someone having qualified and become a member for the Chartered Institute of Physiotherapists.
I am a member of the Institute of Soft Tissue and Remedial Massage, Soft Tissue Massage Association and I am fully insured.
Soft Tissue Therapy is the applied science and art of helping an individual to move to their natural greatest potential and improve health and wellbeing. My 2 main client descriptors are persistent and acute pain as well as sports and performance.
I started training in 2014 and started my business when I left The Royal Army Medical Corp in 2015. I was an Environmental Health Professional of which tropical disease and epidemiology, Occupational Health and Acoustics were my passion. I was the leader of a team that was awarded a commendation for our work in Afghanistan.
I work with various sports teams and charity's. Rugby for Heroes being close to my heart having helped me through the tough times.
Mother and Veteran, Crazy and Sane, Loved and Loathed, Passionate and Talented.
Our passion is making you feel better. We want to give you your freedom back to do those things you love the most.
In order to provide you with the best experience, we match you with your prefered techniques.
Our soft tissue therapists are highly trained and can assess your needs so you get the perfect mix of techniques you'll love and some you will come to Adore..
As a soft tissue therapist and we assess to identify the problems then treat and retest to check it works then the work you do outside clinic (we try to keep it short so you have time to get it into routine but like brushing your teeth) with certain repetitions helps the nervous system do what it’s supposed to do in relation to movement. I work on the basis that I teach you as much as I can about your body and how we need to drive it. Once we have you where you need to be it is then dependant on your needs in relation to maintaining range of movement and nervous system. We are what used to be referred to as sports massage, now with so much more knowledge and clinical reasoning and not just massage.
Soft Tissue Therapy combines a variety of techniques to aid in freedom of movement and improvement of injury, tightness or stiffness. We also use cups, Hot Stones, tools and tape within clinic to support and aid as appropriate.
Sometimes we just need a good massage! The General Massage is to melt away muscle tension. Massage is extremely therapeutic as it helps muscles metabolise the build-up of salts and proteins. Helps the nervous system relax, which aids in improving flexibility in the body and gives a general feeling of wellness.
Deep Tissue Massage reaches deeper layers of muscles. It is used to help the nervous system release muscle tightness and relieve pressure points throughout the body. This massage is beneficial for athletes and those who sit for long periods of time.
Mobile and Static - Soft Tissue Therapist
Gloucestershire, Forest of Dean,Ross-on-Wye, Thornbury, Dursley, Chepstow, Monmouth, United Kingdom
Message or Wats App us on 07853190846. I am still a lone worker and the Forest has special places where it hides voice mail from us and of course When I am in clinic we are on do not disturb.
Cinderford Rheola House Mon 11am -7pm Tuesday 9am -12pm Wed - Thursday 9am - 7 pm
Lydney Osteopath - Tuesday 2 pm - 7 pm
Mobile is no longer available
Saturday and Sunday: Closed
Hi I am Toni and my passion is for you to have as much knowledge as I can give you to help you learn to drive your body the way you want to as far as I can practically anyway! As with everything it takes time, discipline, consistency, boundaries and a lot of self love. An interesting post on Facebook Yesterday about finding your hard. Try and change your mindset, it helps life be a little more enjoyable and therefore easy. Let's face it can be bloody hard at times!
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