Maslo Therapy Centre Stourbridge specialises in treating pain, injury and tension in the body.
Our therapists are highly qualified and skilled in the assessment and rehabilitation of pain and dysfunction, as well as having the hands on techniques to ease tension and calm the mind through a range of tailored treatments.
The Centre is host to Tom and Andrew, who are both Sports therapists, qualified to degree level with extensive knowledge of the muscular –skeletal system, and Helen who is holistic therapist, specialising in massage, reflexology and Energy work.
Whether you're looking to correct an injury or improve your health and wellbeing, the team at Maslo Therapy are experts at tailoring our service to meet your wellness needs.
Chi Yu (meaning 'healing') is a Japanese-inspired wellness centre offering a range of Eastern and Complementary therapies and holistic beauty treatments.
Driven by traditional philosophy, their therapists aim is to enable the body to heal itself through careful application of Eastern and complementary therapies.
Specialising in acupuncture, aromatherapy, craniosacral therapy, holistic beauty, massage therapy and reflexology, staff at Chi Yu are also happy to integrate these therapies to create a bespoke treatment for any individual.
Located in Bromley, Fontaine Beauty Room is a massage center offering a range of holistic therapies for all your needs. Specialising in classic massages, these expert therapists work with you to provide various services, from beauty treatments to spiritual healing.
You'll be made to feel at ease at this cosy and warm therapy room as soon as you walk through the door. They know that it can sometimes be hard to simply take care of yourself. That’s why they provide a five-star quality service that focuses on any problematic areas, either physical or emotional.
New Town Therapy is a wonderfully calming little gem of a place, quietly located in a central location in Dundonald Street. Only a few minutes walk from Edinburgh Waverley, it is well served by public transport.
Serena is a holistic massage therapist who is passionate about the mind-body-spirit connection and positive health of the whole self. She trained with Scottish Massage Schools and Upledger Institute UK, & is a member of the Scottish Massage Therapists Organisation, and as such she is committed to updating her skills set through continuous professional development. A little time spent with Serena at New Town Therapy will have a beneficial impact on both your physical and mental well-being.
"The most relaxed I've ever felt" - a recent client. Such profound relaxation is a common experience with Craniosacral work.
Craniosacral Therapy offers the possibility of creating a deep state of relaxation by interacting with the unconscious nervous system and focussing on invoking stillness in the body; as such it can be a great help for addressing underlying emotional stresses. It can be felt as if almost falling asleep and the state of relaxation achieved is similar to that as in meditation. People often experience other personal variations of peace and stillness as well.
Many great minds have utilised this kind of stillness to aid creative thinking and problem solving. It may also be useful tool if you are looking to begin meditating and are finding it difficult to sufficiently quieten the mind.
‘Structure’ refers to the profound internal arrangement and alignment of our bodies; by effecting changes on this deep level of structure we can enhance levels of physical freedom, mobility and bodily comfort. We always work to reconnect with the structural pattern of health, which is upright, balanced and relaxed.
By addressing the connective tissue (fascia) of the body (fascial release) old patterns of movement and habit are free to change and your body is allowed to soften and release in a way not possible from addressing the musculature alone.
If you are looking for effective treatment and help preventing your problem from returning so that you can get back to living your life again, then we can help you. We won't leave you wondering what's wrong or feeling anxious that nothing can be done about it.