Short courses for continual professional development, tailored to enhance your practice.

Small groups of 2 or more practitioners will enable us to focus on techniques and learning specifically for you.

These sessions will go towards your CPD points.

Skills covered include:

  • Deep Tissue Techniques – how to work deeper, more effectively with less effort and good body use.
  • Advanced Techniques – anatomy, assessment, techniques & rehabilitation exercises, for example hips, shoulders, neck etc.
  • Thai mobilisations and stretches – tools to enhance your existing practice.

Ruth is an inspirational and passionate massage tutor. She has the ability to impart knowledge in a clear and concise way, and with a great sense of humour. I learned some excellent skills and enjoyed every single day. I hope to be fortunate enough to learn even more skills from Ruth in the future


Ruth Bell

Interesting in Advanced CPD Skills Courses?

If you’d like to find out more about our short courses, counting towards your continuous professional development, get in touch!

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Does your body feel stuck?

You’re Not Alone. And I’m Here to Help!

Learning how bodies move also taught me to see how bodies don’t move. How they can become stuck and lost in patterns of limited belief systems.

Whether these particular movement pathways have come about through a traumatic incident or habitual use, the result is often a closing down and restriction of movement. My dance training informs my life’s practice towards developing freedom in movement, leading to ease in how we live our lives.

I work with sports injury, repetitive use and both acute & chronic conditions, within my Remedial Practice. In these sessions I use postural & movement assessments with rehabilitation, in helping people to move forward and progress.