Clinical Massage for Chronic & Acute Conditions

Have more questions?

These are our most common FAQ's answered...

Can massage help me?

Yes, I have trained to treat chronic and acute conditions and have many clients who have benefited from my treatments.

Will the massage hurt?

Everyone experiences massage differently; I will ask customers to tell me if they experience pain and at what level. We aim to stay below a 6 out of 10

Do I need specific clothing?


Do I need an appointment or can I just turn up??

All clients must have an appointment pre-booked for any treatment.

Is there car parking at your treatment room?

Yes, there is a small car park on-site which is free.

Is it important I turn up on time?

Yes, I run a busy clinic, please turn up in time for your appointment and take a seat in the waiting area until called.

I am pregnant can I still come for a massage?

Yes, I am a fully trained pregnancy massage therapist. I do ask that you let me know before coming to your appointment as it is a slightly different setup. If there are any complications during your pregnancy it is very important to let me know so I can adapt the treatment for you.

I have cancer can I still come?

Yes, I am a trained oncology massage therapist. With a phone call before booking, we can discuss what treatment I can offer and how I can help you.

What happens if I need to cancel my appointment?

We understand your time is valuable. And so is ours. Out of respect for all our clients, we request you give us at least 48 hours notice should you need to cancel an appointment so we can offer it to someone on our waiting list.

Appointments cancelled within 48 hours notice may be subject to a cancellation fee as detailed in our Cancellation Policy.

Please be aware of our Cancellation Policy when booking as your missed appointment could be the difference between a small business thriving or surviving.

Do you take card payments?

Yes, cards are accepted.

Do you sell gift vouchers?

Yes, cards can be purchased from the treatment room. Alternatively, an invoice can be sent for bacs payment before sending it to your required address.