Category Archives: Clinical Massage

Goals or dreams?

It’s the end of January – and what’s going on with your goals for 2017?  Are those goals on their way to completion – or have they become just dreams? Every year a large proportion of the population make New … Continue reading

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Gold, Frankincense and Myrrh

The three Kings clearly had a crystal ball about the challenges that baby Jesus would have to face, as at least two of their three gifts were great stress-relievers. Frankincense and myrrh are both resins included in essential oils – … Continue reading

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Put your shoulder into it

Your shoulder joint is both the most complex and the most mobile joint in your body.  It’s held together with a group of four muscles and the tendons attached to them, which is known as ‘the rotator cuff’. What does … Continue reading

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Are you losing your grip?

One of my clients spends many hours typing as it’s a key part of her job, she came to me with pain and discomfort in the hand, knuckles and the elbow.  Surprisingly she told me that typing didn’t cause her … Continue reading

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Tension in the jaw

Your head has several bones, but only one joint – where the mandible (lower jaw) connects to the main skull structure.  It effectively operates to allow us to chew and to talk.  It’s also a hotspot for physical stress to … Continue reading

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