If Weight training is your thing, then Thai Massage need to be your thing too. You train your muscles hard, therefore you need to stretch them out really well too, and I know that that can sometimes prove hard. Whether it be time or just difficult to get that stretch right or intense enough by yourself. A Thai Massage is just the thing you need. It is powerful, energising and the stretches get your muscles back to where they need to be. Leaving you to be able to train better and harder than before. A Thai massage should not be a luxury, but an essential part of your weight training programme.
I have been seeing Chloe for the past 6 months on a monthly basis. I train hard 5 times a week and had been suffering from cronic shoulder pain. I had been training through it, but on a recommendation from a fellow weight lifter i made an appointment to see Chloe. After 1 session i felt so much better, and was completely pain free for 2 weeks. I knew the pain would come back, but was so relived that i booked another session. I now come once a month and am pain free, training harder and loving the stretching sessions I get with a Thai Massage. Thank you Chloe
Having a regular massage when weight lifting can prove a massive benefit. You put your body under enormous pressure on a daily basis to get the results you are after.
I have been having monthly Thai Massage's with Chloe for 6 months now and love them. I used to suffer from back pain, inflexibility, headaches and had low energy levels. My headaches which were very frequent have long gone and I feel great. I have more energy than i have in years and will ensure to continue having a Thai Massage for many months to come.
Pulled your Hamstring? Experiencing pain? Give me a ring I can help. Get you back into training and doing what you love sooner. If you leave it untreated, the pain might go away eventually but the injury will still be there and will come back.
It might be beautiful out there this morning, but it is dangerous on the pavements. 1 slip and hello back injury. When was the last time you injured your back? How long were you out of action? Next time, come and see me, i can help
"I have just had the most relaxing Indian Head Massage. I never know I held so much tension in my head and that I could feel so light after just 30 minutes. Chloe use's a heated blanket, which in this cold, is just wonderful, and with the headed scented oil, I was transported elsewhere for a little moment of peace. Thank you. Tom"
Good morning. Well the schools are back, the decorations are all in the loft and the toys are all well and truly broken in. (some more broken) New Years Resolutions of fitness and well being are 1 week in. Diets started and Dry January 9 days and counting.
My only resolution is to look after myself and my body more in 2019. I am starting today with my first massage of the year. Well if I'm honest its my first massage in 3 years............. Naughty I know, I tell everyone to get a massage at least once a quarter to maintain their body and mind. I have greatly upped my training and fitness programme and am starting to feel the pain..... The tightness of muscles, the decreased mobility and the small injuries stopping my training. Only little things for now, but I know the signs and what my body is telling me. So, with my 3 year old finally getting his free childcare he is safely at Playgroup and my eldest at school I am getting a massage. Whoop whoop very excited. But first I have a morning of clients to massage myself.
Sore shoulders, aching backs, locked joints, locked and immoveable necks and just general post Christmas stiffness. The heating is on, the towels and oil are being warmed up (along with my hands)
The weekend is here and it's family time. Its been a great week with very positive feedback from my clients.
I had a new client this week, presenting with "restless legs" It has been keeping him awake at night, meaning he is tired and uncomfortable during the day. Restless leg's is more common than you would think and being someone who has suffered in the past with restless leg's i was very sympathetic. Generally it can be a result of reduced blood circulation through the legs leaving them feeling heavy and irritated. This particular client spends 90% off his day on his feet, which in turn has left them very tight and tired. Together we got the blood moving freely (slightly painful but worth it) and mobilised the lower body. He left feeling lighter and tingly. The blood and oxygen circulation moving freely and at a greatly improved rate. He has a good night sleep and has booked to see me for ongoing treatment :o)t.