Massage Therapy

Massage Therapy Practitioners

Meg Moginot (ITEC CthA)

Meg is registered with the Complimentary Therapists Association and the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council. She joined the practice in 1996 after qualifying in Therapeutic and Deep Tissue Massage.

Originally from Massachusetts, Meg comes from a professional contemporary dance background performing and teaching in the USA, UK and Europe, as well as pursuing her interest in rock climbing she now draws on this experience to treat a wide range of muscular and physical conditions.

Additional courses include:

Myofascial Release at The Muscular Therapy Inst., Boston Mass, USA
Craniosacral 1 & 2- with Hugh Milne, Milne Institute
Intrinsic Muscles of the Pelvis- with Thomas Myers

 

Alison Deery (ITEC APNT CthA)

Alison is registered with the CthA (Complementary Therapists Association) as a Sports Injuries Therapist and has been working at both of our practices for over six years.

Having qualified in 2001 in Therapeutic Massage and Deep Tissue Massage, Alison has since developed her interest and experience in Sport to qualify in Sports and Remedial Massage and Sports Injuries.

Additional courses include:

  • Introduction to Structural Integration – with Thomas Myers
  • Sciatica Treatment and Assessment
 

Patricia A Wright (MICHT. IIHHT. MPACT.)

Qualified Aromatherapist, Massage Therapist & Reflexologist

My interest in alternative therapies developed through working with elderly people in a residential home. After qualifying I also became involved with parents and children in a Centre for Children with Special Needs. I have Home Office authority to work with children.

I specialise in working with people who are feeling the stresses of modern day living and find it difficult to relax and let go of pathways of anxiety and nervousness, also the elderly, frail and fragile. For this I have studied a massage technique named the ‘M’ Technique; specifically developed by a British Doctor to be very gentle and relaxing, also ideally suitable.

 

Helen Roberts

Having studied and taught Dance for many years, the relationship between that practice and the practice of massage therapy is one of Helen’s interests.
Since qualifying in massage therapy and working at Wells Road, she has become interested in the links between osteopathy and massage and how they can work together for the benefit of the client.
A variety of techniques ranging from soft stretch to deep muscle work can be utilised to suit each person.
Courses include:-
‘Running’ seminar, Kettering
‘Body Reading’ with Anna Oran, Rolfing practitioner