A 15-minute session includes the following:
A 30-minute session includes the following:
Back massage stretches the spine, balances the nervous system, and restores the spinal, shoulders and neck muscles.
Arms or legs massage lifts the feeling of tiredness, stiffness and pain in muscles and joints.
The 1-hour session includes the following:
Full-body massage relaxes the nervous system and aids the body’s immune system. It is also very beneficial for treating ongoing tiredness, excess fluids, and being physically inactive.
A qualified therapist does Remedial massage, which is a deep massage. It also helps the body return to normal health after an injury or with muscular-skeletal disorders like strains, sprains, bruising and back pain. Besides, remedial massage removes blockages, damaged cells and scar tissues left after injury and speeds up recovery. Moreover, the therapeutic massage technique increases the flow of blood and lymph exactly in the injured areas. It is often successful where other forms of treatment have failed. Indeed, within three sessions, a significant improvement can be seen. Most patients feel a difference after one session. This technique can successfully treat common conditions such as Achilles Tendon, Tendinitis, Cartilage damage, Tennis Elbow, Frozen Shoulder, Hamstring Injuries, Scar Tissue, Whiplash, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Repetitive Strain Injury. Patients see all-around improvements like better sleep increase in vitality and mobility.
LCSP registered, Insured by “Three counties Insurance brokers LTD”, Worked for Buckhurst Hill Sports Injury Clinic, Layton Orient Football Club. Education: Russian University of Physical Culture(Couch in Sport, P.E.Teacher, Physiotherapist, Massage Therapist). Also, she was a Member of the Russian National Team in Kayaking.
Find relief and restore balance with osteopathy at Parkland Natural Health. Initial osteopathic treatment with Gilly Arbuckle aims to reduce tension and restrictions, regain balance, and reduce pain or stiffness symptoms. The appointment includes a consultation and lasts forty minutes.