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Massage has been available at Viney Hall Physiotherapy for several years and is useful in conjunction with physiotherapy or on its own.

Soft-tissue massage is often used by the physiotherapists as part of their treatment, in conjunction with joint mobilisation and other modalities. However, some people enjoy a massage alone, performed by a dedicated massage therapist.

Monica Jones is an experienced massage therapist with a regular client list as well as offering one-off sessions for de-stressing, relaxation or as a special treat! Vouchers are available and make excellent gifts.

Therapeutic Massage

Massage is the manipulation of the body’s soft tissue with specific techniques to ease stress and muscular tension. This promotes a feeling of well-being and relaxation

One and a half hour treatment - full body massage. One hour treatment - neck, back, shoulders and arms - or other specific problem area.

calf massage

Frequently Asked Questions

What will happen when I arrive?
You will receive your consultation in a private room. You will be asked a few questions about your health and your massage requirements will be discussed.
What do I need to wear?
It doesn't really matter what you wear. Your massage therapist will ask you to remove your clothing, leaving the room whilst you do so. You will be provided with towels to preserve your modesty at all times.
I have had a massage before which was too hard/too soft. Will this happen again?
The massage will be performed just how you would like it. You are encouraged to discuss your requirements and must tell your therapist if you would like a firmer or more gentle pressure. Communication is the key to a successful treatment.

Indian Head Massage

Indian Head Massage is a treatment based on old Ayurvedic techniques involving work on the upper back, shoulders, neck, scalp and face.

A variety of massage movements are used to relieve accumulated tension, stimulate and restore joint movement. Sitting on a chair, the receiver can be fully clothed or oils can be used.

Physical Effects: Helps with stress, insomnia, mental fatigue, depression, joint mobility and flexibility, relieves muscular pain, stiffness and tension, helps remove waste products from body, stimulates and improves circulatory system, relieves eye strain, tension headaches, sinuses and strengthens immune system. Psychological Effects: Alleviates stress, anxiety. Aids greater creativity, clarity of thought. Increases alertness and improves concentration. Brings calmness and tranquillity Gives a feeling of balance Deeper calmer breathing. Subtle Benefits: Rebalances the energy flow to the body Releases stagnant energy from the body Revitalises the person and the body


Some conditions that may benefit from massage:
  • Stress
  • Tension
  • Aching Muscles
  • Painful Joints
  • Backache
  • Insomnia
  • Depression
  • Headaches
  • General Fatigue
  • Tiredness
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome
  • Constipation

stiff neck


Benefits of massage include: Physical – reduction of tension, relaxation, improved range of motion, reduction of aches and pains. Emotional – release of emotion and release of stress and tension. Calms. Physiological – increases blood supply thereby bringing more oxygen and nutrients to the area and eliminating waste products. Aids healing. Boosts immune system.