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Massage can enhance your physical, emotional and psychological well-being, and there are massage techniques suitable for treating people of all ages and states of health.
Different techniques can have a sedative or stimulating effect, and can address a wide range of health issues from stress and headaches to sports injuries and post-surgical problems.
Whether you spend most of your working day sitting down, standing up or doing hard physical labour, your aching muscles will thank you for regular massage! It can help relieve posture-related neck, shoulder and back pain, repetitive strain injury and swollen ankles and feet. It is also a powerful aid in the management of stress.
Massage can also help with niggling aches and pains that happen when you’ve overdone things. If you ever find it difficult to wind down enough to enjoy your leisure time or get a good night’s sleep, massage could be just what you need.
Massage can assist your recovery from sporting injury. It can also help with your preparation for major matches or races, and your recuperation afterwards.
Many people have found massage very helpful as part of their rehabilitation after operations, including knee and shoulder surgery.
At your first appointment, your massage therapist will discuss your symptoms, lifestyle and medical history with you in order to determine which techniques will be most effective for you.
If you are interested in finding out more about the full range of massage therapies available at Hands-on Health in Exmouth or want to make a booking, please call 01395 224207 or email email@example.com.
Welcome to Henry Tang
Another massage therapist has joined the team. Henry Tang has a number of specialisms, including pregnancy massage, sports massage and cranio-sacral therapy.
We have made some changes to our class timetable. In particular, Vinyasa Flow yoga and Tai Chi times have changed, and the Monday night primary led Ashtanga yoga has been split into two classes, at 18.00 and 19.30 due to demand.
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