Massage & Reflexology


Clinical Massage treatments will help you:
  • reduce musculoskeletal pain
  • reduce stress and anxiety
  • release tension
  • improve sleep
  • prevent injury
  • reduce scar tissue
  • move and walk with more ease.
No treatment is the same.  I work with everyone on a very much individual basis.  I tailor my treatments and techniques to what is going on for you based on the information you give me, my own observations from our consultation and what you are looking to acheive from the session.
A range of techniques are used depending on what your body and mind require at the time, including deep tissue manipulation, stretches, limb and joint mobilisation, breath work and energy holds.

Massage for Musculoskeletal Pain & Injury

Have you had a whiplash injury, suffer from postural problems as a result of sitting in front of a computer for too long? Do you suffer from headaches and migraines?  Do you suffer from longstanding back pain? Treatment programmes can help relieve pain and improve range of movement for issues relating to:

Rotator cuff injury

Frozen shoulder


Pain related to hernited discs & sciatia

Mid & lower back pain & tension

Pelvic girdle pain

Outcome focussed

We talk about what you want to achieve out of the treatments, whether it be for a specific pain condition, stress, anxiety or sports event training.

Treatments are outcome focussed and include aftercare advice.

All rights reserved (c) Will Strange
All rights reserved (c) Will Strange


Reflexology induces deep relaxation, increases energy levels and reduces stress. It aims to encourage the body to work naturally to restore its own healthy balance.

Reflexology can help with:

  • stress & anxiety
  • musculoskeletal pain
  • hormone related imbalances
  • low energy

What is Reflexology?

Reflexology is an ancient practice based on the study that all the body’s organs, glands and systems are mapped out on our feet. Pressure techniques are applied to specific reflexes or points on the feet, stimulating a response in the corresponding part of the body.

In Traditional Chinese Medicine, energy (Chi) flows through our bodies. If the energy flows freely, we are balanced and healthy, however, obstruction to the flow could result in illness. Reflexology was brought to the West in 1915 by William Fitzgerald, an American ear, nose and throat specialist. He noted that pressure on one part of the body seemed to produce a numbing effect elsewhere, and introduced the idea of energy zones, running, as with Chinese Meridians, from head to toe.

Then, in the 1930s, Eunice Ingham, an American physiotherapist, wrote a book, Stories the Feet Can Tell, further developing the technique of relieving tension in the body by massaging certain points on the feet.