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Welcome to the wonderful world of Self-Massage!

The aim of this webpage is to provide you with the practical techniques used in self-massage, and also some theoretical knowledge that underpin self-massage and the complementary therapeutic use of the Massage Mitts.

Massage a natural therapy used for centuries to help relieve a wide range of physical and psychological issues and we should use it more often.

Use the Massage Mitts for Self-Massage to promote general good health, well-being and manage the physical impact of stress.

Self-Massage is a truly useful therapy for people of all ages to enjoy! 

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My Name is Sanda Whittle and my mission is to - Help you help yourself!

I believe in you, I simply aim to show you how to do more for yourself.

I will guide you through some simple massage techniques and introduce your to the idea that you can do more yourself to reduce your pain and increase your range of pain free movement.

I start by showing you how to massage areas of 'congestion' and various parts on your body that may be causing you pain and restricted movement. This will enable you to help yourself facilitate the changes needed to move you towards your sporting goals and a healthier and symptom free life. 

Why not book a course today and see first hand how Self-Massage can help you or your team!

 

Workshop 1

An introduction to Self-Help Sports Massage using the Massage Mitts, ideal for Elite Sports Professionals and local clubs

 

Workshop 2

An introduction to Self-Help Massage and the key elements for good health and function.

 

Workshop 3

‘MyKORI’ pelvic floor rehabilitation Workshop.

A biotesegrity focused therapy approach for women with symptoms of pelvic floor dysfunction.

 

Small Group whorkshops and private individual sessions available!

(For more information please contact us via our enquiries form on this website)

 

The techniques and theories described within this website are described solely for reference and have been developed over three decades of study and training with professional instructors and educational institutions. I cannot accept responsibility for whatever may result from you practicing and performing the techniques mentioned. It’s time to take more responsibility over your own health, and before undertaking any massage regime you would do well in seeking professional advice first. It would be an advantage for you to you spend time researching the internet for some basic anatomy and physiology in relation to massage.