One of the most common types of massage aimed at relaxation. Using oil or lotion to protect the skin from friction, which involves classic massage strokes of gentle stroking, pressing, sweeping and lifting motions.
The goal of Swedish massage is to promote relaxation through soothing your muscles and stimulating your endorphins - serotonin and dopamine, which helps to improve mood and the feeling of emotional well-being.
By increasing circulation, massage increases the blood supply and nutrients to the muscles. Increased circulation also means more oxygen delivered through the body, resulting in a boost in energy. Massage dilates the blood vessels and widens the membrane pores in the body, improving your body’s ability to deliver fresh blood to muscles and organs.
Stress can manifest in the body with increased muscle tension and sometimes pain. Stress can manifest in the mind with increased worry or anxiety. Swedish massage helps to clear the body and mind of unwanted responses to stress.
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Claire is a chartered physiotherapist and specialises in musculoskeletal physiotherapy addressing issues with muscles and joints including back, shoulder or knee pain, sports or work related injuries. Claire also has experience in women's health and can help pregnant and postnatal clients to address muscle and joint pain.
Claire is a trained massage therapist providing Swedish, Sports, pregnancy, oncology and “TMJD therapy” (for people with issues related to temporo-mandibular joint disorder) at treat Norwich. She is trained in myofascial release, acupuncture, dry needling and Chinese cupping to provide further relief from muscular tension, acute or chronic pain
Claire trained in Pilates in 2014, she teaches 1:1 sessions for injury rehabilitation, sports performance and to help clients manage or overcome long term health problems such as arthritis or osteoporosis. Claire understands that it is often the quality, not the quantity of movement that determines health, fitness and sporting success and she was drawn to Pilates because its principles of alignment, concentration and control -moving and exercising with correct technique which is important in all aspects of exercise and daily life. Claire uses Pilates in her physiotherapy treatments and also teaches it 1:1 as a method to help maintain health and wellbeing.
Claire worked in the health and fitness industry before completing a Masters degree in physiotherapy at UEA. She has 10 years experience working in health, fitness and rehabilitation and has worked at many sporting events including the London Paralympics, London marathon and Great North Run. Claire has also worked as a specialist personal trainer teaching exercise classes for: cancer rehabilitation, cardiac rehabilitation and orthopaedic conditions and continues to give exercise guidance to a wide range of people looking to get moving more despite health concerns.
|Physiotherapy||45 mins||£60 Initial Appointment|
|Physiotherapy||30 mins||£45 Follow Up Appointment|
|Swedish Massage||30 mins||£35|
|Swedish Massage||60 mins||£45|
|Physio Pregnancy Massage||30 mins||£35|
|Physio Pregnancy Massage||60 mins||£55|
|Physio-sports Massage||30 mins||£35|
|Physio-sports Massage||60 mins||£55|
|TMJ Massage||30 mins||£35|
|TMJ Massage||45 mins||£45|
|TMJ Massage||60 mins||£50|
|TMJ Massage||90 mins||£70|
|“Light Touch” Massage||30 mins||£35|
|“Light Touch” Massage||45 mins||£45|
|“Light Touch” Massage||60 mins||£50|
|“Light Touch” Massage||90 mins||£70|
|Oncology Massage||30 mins||£35|
|Oncology Massage||45 mins||£45|
|Oncology Massage||60 mins||£50|
|Oncology Massage||90 mins||£70|
|Myofascial Release Massage||45 mins||£45|
|Myofascial Release Massage||60 mins||£50|
|One to one PhysioPilates/small group (up to 4)||
Zoom Pilates Class Thursday 6pm-7pm
£5 per session
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