Tag Archives: rotator cuff injury

Definitely Try This at Home

Do you have a stiff neck? clunky shoulder? a knee that never feels quite right? Most of us carry some sort of niggle around with us. Try this. Scan your body for any bothersome areas, shut your eyes for a moment and conjure up any thoughts, colours, emotions that spring to mind, write them down. […]

Meet and Treat at Kenilworth Complimentary Health Fair

Come along and say “Hi” at Kenilworth Complementary Health fair this Sunday 16th March. Find out more about techniques with a free mini taster treatment. Special 20% off voucher in goody bags for the first 100 visitors. See you there!

Functional Neuromuscular Rehabilitation

. I have been studying this book for a while now, written by probably the most controversial voice in the world of bodywork. In a nutshell the theory goes: Posture is irrelevant, forget muscle imbalances, it’s all about motor control. Will be spending this weekend consolidating and asking awkward questions. Will be back March 3rd […]

Sore Muscles after Exercise? 2

When is the best time for a post event massage? It’s frustrating that even though millions of professional and amateur athletes attest to training, performing and recovering better with massage as part of their training regime, any medical research that supports the theory still comes with the “may help” tag. It is difficult to assess […]

Ever Tried Qi Gong?

Self help for chronic shoulder conditions or general wellbeing. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bSZq78t4WMg Do you suffer with persistent shoulder tension? Do your tense shoulders result in neck pain or headaches? Do you know you need to improve your posture but haven’t quite found a route? Well you’re certainly not alone! I decided to investigate Qi gong (most usually […]

Save £10 on Deep Tissue Massage with MET ~ May 2013

Muscle Energy Techniques (MET) are a set of skills which use muscle contractions followed by a period of relaxation/stretch, which can turn a rock hard muscle into marshmallow within a couple of minutes. There are many different interpretations of MET, Mandy prefers to use the most gentle form, as her experience is that these provide […]