Read all about our diverse range of therapies below. More information is available by clicking on the name of each therapy.
This is a hands-on, gentle, holistic therapy that addresses the body as a whole rather than treating named conditions. Aimed at releasing fascia and returning the body into balance.
This is done using fingers or thumbs making a series of precise rolling moves over muscle or tendons followed by breaks of 2-5 minutes.
The pressure is very gentle and will reach the abundant Ruffini and Interstitial sensory motion sensors in the fascia, sending signals to the Central Nervous System (CNS) resulting in a release of the fascia and the muscle contained within.
SMFR Therapy or Self Myofascial Release Therapy is a unique, effective, and easy-to-use self-care therapy that uses a range of techniques to get your body moving and promote your own health and wellbeing.
Combining the techniques with the use of therapy tools, this holistic myofascial approach identifies areas of tension and holding patterns within the body with the aim of releasing and resolving the imbalance that so often is responsible for our daily aches and pains.
McLoughlin Scar Tissue Release is an innovative and successful method of scar tissue treatment. Long-lasting results are obtained in many cases of post-surgical and trauma wound scars – even if the scar is decades old. It is quick, painless, and truly amazing in its efficacy.
MSRT involves small gentle painless moves in various directions along the scar or fibrotic tissue.
TMJ dysfunction, disorder, syndrome or pain is often referred to as the “hidden imposter” due to its ability to mimic symptoms of many other musculoskeletal problems, so do not think only about your head, neck or face.
Following my training with Tracey Kiernan, I am a qualified, insured, and licensed TMJ Therapy® Practitioner and I can offer bespoke online consultations.
Just like human Bowen Therapy, Canine Bowen Therapy does not treat named conditions and ultimately aims to promote better health and well-being of the dog.
One of the many things that Covid-19 has affected is the start of my training to become a qualified Canine Bowen therapist.