Complimentary therapies to aid recovery from pain, injury or surgery, and for general wellbeing.
Sports massage involves firmer pressures, stretching and compressing techniques to prevent and treat minor injuries related to sports or repetitive tasks and postures. Treatment focuses on the muscles you use in your sport, physical activity, or daily tasks helping to relive tension, stretch tight muscles and boost circulation.
Sports massage can improve athletic performance, by reducing soreness, improving flexibility and helping your muscles to work as they should. Treatment can also benefit those simply wanting to maintain or improve their fitness, and those looking to relieve minor muscle and joint problems
A relaxing, therapeutic massage which allows you to switch off and unwind. This treatment involves classic pressing, sweeping and lifting motions, to relax the body and promote healing. This style of massage boosts circulation, eases muscular tension and relieves mental stress. Regular treatments can improve your flexibility, skin tone and mental wellbeing.
Pregnancy Massage can improve common problems associated with pregnancy such as lower back pain, shoulder pain and muscle tension. Massage techniques can be adapted to benefit women in all stages of pregnancy. Changes in position and pressure applied ensure massage is comfortable, relaxing and safe for both Mum and baby. Massage treatments can be changed and adapted according to your stage of pregnancy and preferences for each treatment.
Myofascial Release is a hands-on technique involving gentle sustained pressure applied into the fascia and Myofascial connective tissue. It is performed without oil or creme. It aims to eliminate pain, feelings of tension and restore range motion. Many people who suffer from pain, dysfunction and lack of mobility have Myofascial restrictions resulting in muscle tension, stiffness, reduced joint movement and pain.
Myofascial release can be applied to any part of the body to deal with these symptoms, It allows the body to re-organise itself by removing restrictions, freeing up tension and creating a healthier, more mobile, flexible and pain-free body.
A light, sweeping massage applied to the surface of the skin to promote the movement of lymphatic fluid. Techniques vary from traditional massage and are applied to the lymph vessels and soft tissues, to improve the flow of lymphatic fluid. Lymphatic drainage can help to reduce areas of swelling, improve circulation and improve the appearance of the skin. It can assist with recovery after surgery and help with pain management for conditions such as "restless legs" and fibromyalgia.
Traditional massage techniques adapted to safely treat those who are receiving treatment for cancer, in remission or living with cancer, including individuals receiving end of life care.
Massage can help to manage the side effects of cancer treatments such as dry skin and muscular tension, and it reduces the impact of physical and emotional scars on the body. Massage promotes relaxation and healing and can help with the management of fatigue.
Claire has received postgraduate training in oncology massage therapies. She can effectively adapt massage treatments to ensure they are safe and enjoyable for clients and she considers the cancer treatments you may be receiving (such as medications, surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy) as well as for the disease when performing massage treatments. Claire performs a thorough consultation as part of your first appointment.
Specialist massage and myofascial techniques adapted to relieve the symptoms of temporomandibular joint disorders (TMJD). Massage can bring relief to TMJ sufferers, reducing pain and tension in the muscles of the jaw, neck and shoulders, and improving mouth opening when the soft tissues are involved.
Treatments are adapted to suit each clients’ symptoms and preferences. Treatments typically include facial and intra-oral massage, passive stretching, trigger point therapy and myofascial techniques for the face, neck and shoulders. Tips on posture, home exercise and pain relief are often given to ensure each treatment has lasting effects.
The focus on the face and jaw mean TMJD massage treatments can also benefit people with bruxism (teeth grinding), jaw tension from stress and those with neck problems.
After suffering from TMJD herself and having to travel as far as London to gain treatment, Claire completed TMJ therapy training with Tracey Kiernan’s blend therapy school to become one of the first practitioners in Norfolk to offer this highly effective form of treatment to help manage TMJD.
TMJD is a little known and little understood condition that often goes overlooked as the cause of many common symptoms. The TMJ stands for Temporo-Mandibular Joint. This is the hinge joint that connects your lower jaw to your the skull and is not usually given much thought until it begins to cause pain or clicking, popping sounds are heard, indicating a problem with the TMJ and the muscles, ligaments and tissues surrounding it.
When the TMJ no longer functions as it should this is termed TMD (temporomandibular dysfunction) or TMJD. This can cause:
TMD is often treated by dentists, or oral surgeons who may suggest medications for pain refleif, or a device to limit teeth grinding. This focus on teeth and occlusion is important but often means the muscles and soft tissues surrounding the joint are overlooked, despite being the main source of pain.
Complimentary therapies such as massage can make a big improvement to the symptoms of this condition by improving mouth opening, reducing pain and relieving muscular tension.
All massage prices:
1 hour £55
45 minutes £45
30 minutes £35
All therapies with Claire at Treat Norwich,
2-4 Lawson Rd,
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