If you get your car serviced, why ignore the needs of your body?

Why is it important to get your car serviced?

Because things wear out and need to be checked to avoid danger.

Because you will get the best mileage out of the vehicle.

Tyres and other safety checks are made to ensure your car is safe.

It may breakdown because of the ‘something’ you didn’t get fixed.

So, if you look after your vehicle, why not look after your body and mind?

Whether you have a problem mentally or physically, or just want to relax, give soft tissue therapy a try.


Soft tissue therapy: massage, fascial release and craniosacral therapy can:

Relax the mind and the body. Reducing the possibility of anxiety issues, mental stress, tiredness, forgetfulness, insomnia and many other symptoms.

Encourage the nervous system ‘feel good’ chemicals to increase.

Change the body posture by relaxing muscles that are holding the body in a posture that may cause aches, pains, headaches, joint problems, low back problems and many more symptoms. Basically re-balancing the muscles, and therefore, posture.

A therapist can make you aware of skin conditions, mole changes, and skeletal issues that may require further investigation, giving you awareness to a situation you may not have been aware of.

Injuries, traumas and operations can be worked with to avoid long term issues. For example, scar tissue can cause symptoms like pain in other areas of the body, as well as at the site of the trauma.

A client once said to me:

“I didn’t understand how these therapies could help me physically or mentally; and did not realise that I could be helped with my anxiety. I am so much more relaxed mentally and physically these days; and I can cope with daily life much more easily. Now I go for soft tissue therapy when I want to or need a ‘top up’. And enjoy it, very much.”


Having soft tissue therapy, like getting the car serviced, is great for prevention as well as alleviating mind and physical problems and symptoms.

If you would like to chat about your situation, call or email me.