Zuzana Povazanova has been working with manual therapies since 2009. She first qualified in holistic massage then completed a degree in Osteopathy at the College of Osteopaths in London. She has treated a wide variety of patients, from sports people, office workers, children, pregnant women to elderly patients. She volunteered as a therapist at the London Olympics and London Marathon. Zuzana believes that correct diagnosis is the key to effective treatment and it is important to engage the patient in the whole process through education, treatment and rehabilitation. She combines various techniques in her treatment tailoring it to the individual. In her spare time Zuzana loves travelling and spent 9 months exploring the world. Her other passions are dancing Argentine tango and salsa.
Abby Attwood is qualified in Advanced Clinical Massage Therapy, from the well respected JING institute in the UK.
Clinical massage brings together Eastern and Western techniques, and Abby adds to this with her additional qualifications below.
A combination of advanced massage techniques such as deep tissue massage, myofascial release, soft tissue release, stretching and trigger point therapy, can provide treatment of common pain conditions such as back problems, sciatica, frozen shoulder, TMJ pain, sporting injury, headaches, RSI and osteoarthritis.
Clinical massage is a non-invasive therapy that encourages healing. It is for everyone who is experiencing musculoskeletal pain and disfunction of the soft tissue of the body. Clinical Massage is outcome based massage and offers effective relief from chronic pain including after-care advise to manage pain conditions.
Abby works with a variety of clients and offers treatments individually tailored for specific pathologies through to sporting injuries and general stress and tension relief.
Since first qualifying in 2005, Abby has developed her skills to include;
Indian Head Massage
TMJ specialised workshops