Therapies

Fascial Release is a profoundly efficient light touch therapy working on releasing the tight fascia (interstitial tissue) around and in the body. Releasing fascia has been known to re-balance body posture, reduce scar tissue that resulted from old or recent injuries, release physical tension and stress to help reduce aches and pains and relax mental stress

Craniosacral Therapy is a light touch therapy working with the spinal and cranial system, thereby, working closely with the nervous system. It can work with certain medical symptoms, emotional issues and stress related issues.  This is a good modality for the nervous and endocrine systems.

Advanced Massage (light touch or deep) is adapted to each person, depending on pain thresholds. People know the term ‘sports massage’ which is part of my skill set. However, the advanced techniques allow me to work on a wider variety of problems and issues, which would include, injuries (sports and others), postural imbalances, aches, pains and general relaxation.

Postural Assessment will aim to adjust the body’s positioning, reducing stress on joints and muscles and so encouraging core and postural muscle strength. Aches and pains in joints and muscles can improve with time; which often leads to production improvement in sports activities and in the workplace, for example.

I have found that working with the above therapies, and postural assessment, they are incredibly powerful together and complement each other allowing me to work with the body, mind and emotions. They can be incorporated into the therapy session together, or separately, depending on your requirements.

They are wonderful!

Please contact me for further information 07980 974333 or email: janet@graystherapies.co.uk

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"I came to Janet with a long term issue with my ankles. They would hurt and stiffen after exercise or any amount of walking. After three or four sessions of fascial release and massage, the symptoms were much improved. There is now no pain when I walk or exercise."

Rachel Woodford

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