Swedish massage

Swedish massage and other types of therapeutic massage are performed by trained, licensed massage therapists. It can be slow and gentle, or vigorous and deep depending on what you request from your massage therapist.

What is a Swedish massage?

A Swedish massage aims to induce relaxation. Depending on the masseur a combination of strokes to the muscles and surrounding tissues can be used which include sliding, kneading, tapping, vibration and friction; the most commonly used and very relaxing sliding strokes.

What is a physiotherapy massage?

When physiotherapists massage they are doing it for a purpose to help you recover from an injury or surgery and reduce pain. They can also use massage to help prevent you having an injury or pain and before surgery to help your rehab be quicker after surgery.

Does all physiotherapy include a massage?

Physiotherapy can include massage as one of the treatments.


What is sports massage therapy?

Sports massage therapy if regular helps to prevent injuries happening or pain developing in the body. They also help people recover from injuries quicker and help reduce pain.

How does a sports massage work?

The massage manipulates the soft tissues of the body including the skin, muscles and connective tissue and this helps to reduce tension, improve alignment, improve movement, reduce pain and help make your body in better condition.

Benefits of a massage therapy

Massage is beneficial to help return blood flow to the heart increasing oxygen levels in the blood and improving circulation and getting rid of toxins. It also helps to improve flexibility and reduce tension.


To book a massage at home or work at a time convenient for you please contact us now by phone, email or through our contact form.

Your Therapists

Jeferson is a graduate Physiotherapist from ACE - Associação Catarinense de Ensino, Joinville, Brazil and post-graduate Dermatofunctional Physiotherapy (skin rehabilitation) specialist from IBRATE – Instituto Brasileiro de Therapias, Curitiba,... Read More »


Pietro graduated in Italy obtaining a first class honours in Physiotherapy where he started his career working as an outpatient physiotherapist providing treatments to neurological and orthopaedic patients with sub-acute and chronic... Read More »


Eric graduated from the University of Ghana with a BSc Physiotherapy Degree in 2012. He completed his rotations in Neurology, Respiratory, Orthopaedics in Ghana and also practiced in Private Clinics for 2 years before moving to the United... Read More »


Tricia Scott qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 2006 from University of East London. She is a highly experienced physiotherapist who commenced her career in the NHS Trust hospitals and is currently working within the NHS Trusts and private... Read More »


Maninder has 17 years of experience in providing Physiotherapy assessment and treatment to patients in NHS and private settings. She started working with NHS in 2005 and got the opportunity to work in Surrey and London Hospitals. Her areas of... Read More »


Abu Ambia qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 2009 from St George's University of London. He has worked within the NHS, social services and private sector - specialising in Musculoskeletal, Orthopaedics, Elderly Care and Post-operative... Read More »


Jessica qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist from University of Birmingham in 2013. After qualifying Jessica worked as a kayaking instructor in France for several months before moving to Suffolk to work with elderly patients in hospital. She... Read More »


Claire grew up and studied in South Africa, graduating in 2007 with four diplomas in Clinical Personal Fitness Training, Sports Nutrition, Holistic Massage and Clinical Exercise.  She went on to work in the health and sports industry as a Personal... Read More »