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Soft Tissue Therapy with Neil Franklin

Neil has taught and trained in martial arts as well as taking part in many triathlons, and It was his own experience of sports injuries and the benefit of manual therapy that led him, after many years of working in the City, to train as a Sport and Remedial Soft Tissue Massage Therapist.

Neil has a Level 5 Diploma in Sport and Remedial Soft Tissue Therapy which is the highest level of Sports massage qualification recognised by the SMA (Sports Massage Association) and ISRM ( Institute for Soft Tissue Therapist), both principals of Sports massage therapy.

Soft Tissue Therapy is the assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries, whether they are the result of sport, work or daily activities.

Achieving positive results with clients from both sport and non sporting backgrounds, Neil works closely with his patients to provide a personalised treatment using a range of techniques including Myofascial Release, Neuromuscular techniques and Deep Tissue Massage. This is followed by a rehabilitation programme, using simple remedial and preventative exercises to work into your daily routine in order to achieve a full and speedy recovery.

Contact Neil directly to book:
Tel: 07729 518 005
Email: info@softtissuetherapist.co.uk

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After each class I always feel worked out, light as a feather and totally relaxed.

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I remember day 1 of my Ayurvedic training. Listening to my teacher (and Ayurvedic Doctor) I was a little baffled when she was describing signs and symptoms of imbalance. Emotional imbalance which can affect how we view and treat ourselves and others around us. .Physical imbalance which can manifest from poor digestive function…..I felt that she was describing me. How could this be the case if I had never met her before that day? .Put simply, when the doshas become imbalanced, we see an imbalance in the elements of fire, water, air, ether and earth. .Here’s a typical example I see a lot. An imbalance in Pitta dosha results in too much heat in the body and mind. We might experience acid reflux, inflammation in the skin, joints or digestive system. Emotionally we might be angry, judgemental and dissatisfied. .Ayurveda teaches us to restore balance by adding the opposing qualities….basically cooling things down. Cooling foods and activities. Diet and lifestyle is the first line of treatment in Ayurvedic Therapy. Although originating in India, Ayurveda does not conform to any culture. It teaches us to live in harmony with the environment in which we live. .Clare (that’s me) is an Ayurvedic Practitioner and Massage Therapist at Lotus Studio. You can book a Nutrition Consultation or Massage with Clare via the website. Also, look out for our Ayurvedic Workshops for 2022.Classes tonight at the studio: Yoga: Strong Flow with Jennie. Pilates Reformer with Everton. #ayurveda #ayurvedictherapy #ayurvedicnutrition #ayurvedicmassage #doshas #ayurvediclifestyle #ayurvedicyogamassage #ayurvedauk #yoga #yogalondon #eastlondon #highamspark #highamsparklife #pilates #pilateslondon #stottpilates #pilatesreformer ... See MoreSee Less
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