Massaging to the extremes

Two treatments this week seemed to reflect opposite ends of the spectrum. The first was a woman who is having regular treatments to help ease mental and emotional stress that builds up in her body. On her first visit she was worried that the massage would make her feel painful afterwards. I was careful to … Continue reading Massaging to the extremes

Client Profile – Musician and teacher, John Diver

John came to Natural Touch when his wife bought him some vouchers. "As a guitarist I divide my working time between playing, practising and teaching which means I'm often in the same position for some length of time. Even though I'm fairly active I noticed a few years ago that my shoulder and neck began … Continue reading Client Profile – Musician and teacher, John Diver

Recovery and injury from the Bath Half

It’s normal to feel achy and stiff after a hard run – especially if you’ve pushed yourself to the limit. Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) usually comes on the following day and will be familiar to anyone who has ever pushed themselves physically. A day or two later you should feel fine. In the mean … Continue reading Recovery and injury from the Bath Half