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Deep Tissue Massage

Amy is extremely professional, approachable and has really helped with my neck and upper back issues following surgery.

Emmanuel, 48 yrs I Doctor I Treated for post-surgical pain & scar tissue release


  • Chronic aches & pains

  • Postural tensions

  • Support injury management

  • To improve reduced mobility

  • A mix of remedial & relaxation

Every treatment starts with a consultation, an important process to help understand your needs and establish the goals of the treatment. It also provides an opportunity for you to ask any questions.


Deep Tissue Massage is a great option for those looking to treat chronic aches and pains, postural tensions and/or support injury management. As well as working remedially I really believe in the power of relaxation, which involves creating a welcoming and cosy environment in which to be treated. As a result, my treatments aim for a balance between remedial and relaxation; calming the nervous system has a positive affect on muscle and fascial  tissue, so the two go hand in hand.


Using traditional deep tissue techniques, myofascial release and trigger point therapy, I focus on outcome oriented treatments i.e. working towards achievable goals such as improving mobility, reducing muscular tension and pain and decreasing stress levels.

Whether you are looking for a timeout from a stressful period in your life and need to create space for self-care, or whether you have a niggling injury and/or chronic pains that you've been dealing with for years, my Massage Treatments incorporate a range of approaches to help you achieve your goals.

Back pain massage

I've been seeing Amy for TMJ pain on a regular basis, initially weekly to overcome recurring headaches and release my achey, clicking jaw. After three sessions I felt a huge improvement and it's made a real positive difference to my life; sleep has improved, I no longer wake up with a clenched  jaw, regularity and severity of headaches has drastically reduced, and I can now focus on my work. I can happily recommend her!

Graham, 34 I Programmer I Treated for TMJ Dysfunction


  • Tenderness in the joint on touch or movement

  • Pain when chewing food

  • Bruxism (grinding of the teeth)

  • Limited range of movement

  • Headaches / Migraines

  • Tinnitus or undiagnosed ear pain

  • Undiagnosed toothache

  • Tight neck and shoulders

  • Visual disturbances

  • Mouth breathing

  • Clicking or crepitus in the joint

TMJ dysfunction, sometimes referred to as TMD, is an umbrella term for a range of symptoms relating to problems with the jaw, aka the Temporomandibular Joint. 

TMD affects one in four of us, unsurprisingly seeing as the TMJ is one of the most frequently used joints in the body. Massage Therapists are usually the last point of call for TMJ sufferers, after the orthodontist and/or doctor. But there are so many great massage techniques that can be used to treat TMJ symptoms - and causes - easily and effectively.

We begin with a consultation and an assessment of the jaw and posture, in order to understand what potential soft tissue restrictions, structural imbalances and/or environmental and lifestyle factors, are influencing your TMD symptoms.


During the treatment I utilise soft tissue massage, trigger point therapy and myofascial release to remove restrictions in the tissues and bring functionality back to the body.


Many clients have reported significant progress after three/four successive appointments, many feeling relief after the first session.

For TMJ treatments, book for a 'Massage' via the link with a note for 'TMJ treatment'.

jaw tmj pain massage
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