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Massage Therapy

Massage therapy can benefit everyone, focusing on mobilisation and manipulation of the body’s soft tissues. We offer a range of specialist massage therapies available across all 3 of our clinics in Central London, tailored to meet your specific needs.

What is Massage Therapy?

Massage therapy is a hands-on treatment focussed on mobilisation and manipulation of the body’s soft tissues. It can be a powerful tool to improve and help you stay in control of your health and well-being.

Our Specialist
Massage Services

Swedish Therapeutic Massage

Gentle massage using long strokes, kneading, deep circular movements, vibration and tapping to help relax and energise the body.

Deep Tissue Massage

Slow focussed strokes on deeper layers of muscle tissue and connective tissue, to help with muscle recovery.

Sports Massage

Similar to Swedish massage but with the aim to improve sporting performance and recovery from sporting injuries.

Pregnancy Massage

To help ease the aches and pains of pregnancy, either the upper back, lower back or whole body.

Pressure/Trigger Point Massage

Targeted to areas of built up muscle tension due to injury or overuse.

What are the Benefits?

Who is it for?

Everyone!

People with recurrent tension and tightness in the body, for whom massage has helped in the past.

Office workers suffering from neck, upper back and shoulder tension/tightness​.

Anyone feeling the stresses and strains of modern life, burnt out and in need of relaxation.

Sports people training for an event or recovering afterwards.

Pregnant women.

Manual labourers suffering from minor repetitive strain or other injuries.

Why Choose Us for Massage Therapy?

Quality Massage Therapy

Our massage therapists are trained through the London College of Massage and London School of Sports Massage, ensuring you receive the highest quality treatment.

Unrivalled Expertise

Our massage therapists have extensive insight into the human body, movement and performance, and great experience in working alongside Physiotherapists, to help individuals recover following injury.

Tailored To Your Needs

Our therapists possess a wealth of experience in massage therapy, dealing with a variety of different individual profiles, enabling them to tailor treatment to the specific needs of the individual.

Convenience & Value!

Appointment times are available in the morning, lunchtime and evenings throughout the week, all at competitive Central London pricing.

Meet the Team

Emily Low is a former ballet dancer, who specialises in a full range of deep tissue release techniques, Swedish therapeutic massage, sports and also pregnancy massage.

Shani Heikell, Massage Therapist with Central Health Physiotherapy ran her own massage company in New Zealand for seven years before moving to the UK.  She specialises in incorporating advanced massage techniques to identify and address the cause of soft tissue (muscles, fascia, tendons and ligaments) pain and dysfunction.  She practices deep tissue techniques, Trigger Point Therapy, Muscle Energy Techniques, Sports Massage, Myofascial Release, Pregnancy and Swedish/Relaxation Massage.

Our Patients Give Us 5 Stars!

Nick
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Paul King provided me with some excellent physio as usual and then suggested I have some soft tissue massage. I made an appointment with Lizzy Hewitt and she has proved to be top class. I have now had a couple of sessions with Lizzy and each one has proved to be highly effective and I cannot recommend Lizzy highly enough for sports massage.
Leil
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Great services, very friendly and helpful staff. I managed to get appointments very quickly for deep tissue massage. after a few sessions only, they got rid of quite a few nasty knots in my back!
Emma
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I go to Chancery Lane for massages, usually to help with back pain. They are brilliant. Everyone is friendly and efficient at the front desk, and Lizzie is absolutely wonderful: an excellent masseuse who always gives me useful, practical tips on exercises that I can do myself. I couldn't recommend it more highly.
Paul
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I have had physio and massages from various people over the last year and there is indeed a great deal of knowledge, everyone has their own style, but everyone listens. I run marathons, so I use my visits mainly as maintenance for my legs, but have been helped my various niggles and injuries I get from time to time.
Lily
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I always leave after a massage feeling de-stressed, relaxed and optimistic. After only a couple of sessions I felt a noticeable difference in the tension in my body, and also well educated in what I could do at home to prevent the problems from coming back.
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Frequently Asked Questions

1 hour Massage therapy £70

45 mins Massage therapy £60

30 mins Massage therapy £45

Initially, the massage therapist will enquire about the reason for your massage, to understand the best approach and techniques they will use to help you. They will ask briefly about any other medical problems you have, and your usual work activity/exercise levels, to tailor the massage and ensure it is appropriate for you.

The session itself will be purely hands-on, with the therapist providing specific treatment for your needs. Feelings of relaxation, tiredness and sometimes soreness after a massage are entirely normal. Any post massage soreness usually settles in the next day or two.

It’s important to tell your massage therapist how much pressure you would prefer, as they can vary their techniques based on your preferences.

When to see a Physiotherapist:

  • If you have had a specific injury leading to pain in the area or are worried you have sustained a more serious injury and you would like further assessment regarding specific diagnosis and then advice on management and treatment options.
  • If you have had massages before for the same problem and they have not helped and in particular if your pain is not improving.
  • If you have seen another health professional who has referred you to, or advised you to see a Physiotherapist.

When to see a Massage Therapist:

  • If you have known episodic periods of pain for example neck or lower back pain and you know massage has helped before to manage your symptoms.
  • If a physiotherapist has recommended Massage to help facilitate the recovery of your problem.
  • If you have no pain symptoms but feel you would benefit from hands on treatment to help muscles to relax and improve circulation.

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We are still here for you!

To maintain the safety of all our patients and staff due to the COVID-19 outbreak in the UK, our 3 London face-to-face clinics are now closed.

Our specialist physiotherapists are still on hand to offer the same expert advice and keep you on track with your rehabilitation through remote video consultations. We are also offering our usual 1:1 pilates and physio fitness services this way.

Our new Video Appointment online booking service will be available for new and existing clients in the coming days – watch this space!

In the meantime, if you would like to book a video appointment please contact us to arrange.

Please bear with us during these challenging times.

45-minute Initial Physiotherapy Video Consultation £60

30-minute Follow-Up Physiotherapy Video Consultation £40

1-hour Hypermobility Physiotherapy Initial Video Consultation £80

1-hour 1:1 Pilates with a Physiotherapist £80

30-minute 1:1 Pilates with a Physiotherapist £40

1-hour 1:1 Physio Fitness £80

30-minute 1:1 Physio Fitness £40

Our remote physiotherapy consultations are covered by all major private healthcare providers.

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