Massage Therapy

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Massage Therapy uses light stroking, strong kneading, friction and tapping movements to relax and tone up the body’s muscles. Increased blood circulation stimulates the healing of strain of sports injuries and releases tension. Each treatment is specific to the patient and is intended to assist in the self- healing process.

Stimulation of muscle tissue benefits lymph drainage and encourages nutritional balance to improve energy level and therefore a higher level of fitness and well being.

Muscular tension often indicates the presence of stress anxiety or tension and in turn may indicate that the relaxing, calming and soothing elements of massage are needed. The ‘deep’ nature of this therapy increases the interchange of fluids, relieving and preventing a build up of tension.

For Further information please contact our member association 

Association of Physical & Natural Therapists

27 Old Gloucester Street,

London, WC1N 3XX 

Tel: 0845 345 2345

email: info@apnt.org 

Membership: 07966 181588

email: enquiries@apnt.org 

website: www.apnt.org 

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