About Alison

Alison is an experienced clinical and sports massage therapist. She has undertaken extensive training in order to focus on acute and chronic pain conditions that arise in the muscles, joints, tendons and ligaments. Whether this pain has arisen from injury, poor posture, overuse (i.e. repetitive strain), stress or any other reason Alison’s aim is to relieve your pain and improve your flexibility.

Alison has achieved an ITEC Diploma in Holistic and Sports Massage. She also has a certificate in Advanced Clinical Massage at the Jing Institute of Advanced massage.  This training, coupled with her past experiences as a qualified nurse, has given her a sound knowledge and understanding of the anatomy and physiology of the body as well as the skills and techniques needed to focus on the different musculo – skeletal conditions that could arise.

Alison’s aims to focus on achieving specific outcomes such as relieving your pain and improving your flexibility as quickly as possible. This can usually be achieved in 1 – 6 sessions. Each session is client led and adapted to meet your individual needs. Due to this no 2 sessions are the same. Furthermore, Alison will give you strategies to help yourself between sessions. This will give you back some control over your condition and help to speed up the healing process.

Alison feels it is important to continue with her career development. She has recently qualified in a Professional Diploma in Advanced Clinical and Sports Massage at the Jing Institute. This is a BTEC Level 6 Diploma and is the highest level in the UK.

Alison has recently moved to Hampshire from Surrey where she had a thriving practice.

Qualifications

BTEC Diploma Level 6 in Advanced Clinical and Sports Massage; Advanced Clinical Massage Therapist Certificate; Registered General Nurse (RGN), Anatomy and Physiology, Diploma in Swedish Massage, Diploma in  Sports Massage; Diploma in Indian Head Massage; Clinical Hot Stones Massage; Pregnancy Massage; Clinical Massage for acute and chronic pain in the Lower Back, Neck and Shoulder, Shoulder Girdle, Hip and Pelvis, Leg, Knee and Foot and Forearm.