Helen studied Anatomy, Physiology and Swedish massage in Plymouth
College in 2006. Following this, she studied in London to become a
kinesiologist. Since practising these, Helen has qualified in sports,
pregnancy and baby massage. Helen is a member of ASK (The association of Systematic Kinesiology),
APNT (The association of physical and natural therapies), FHT
(Federation of holistic therapists) and is registered with the BCMA
(British Complementary Medicine Association).
follows a programme of continued professional development to ensure her
skills and knowledge remain current.
Diploma Anatomy, Physiology and Swedish Massage
Certificate in Baby Massage instruction
- ITEC Diploma Sports
- ASK Diploma & Practitioner certificate in
- APNT Diploma in Pregnancy & Post Partum Massage
treatments offered by Helen include:
Massage - various techniques are adopted to help prevent injury as
well as treating problems when they arise. Pre or post event, to ease
tension from tight, sore muscles; to help complement a training regime,
or to help speed up recovery from an injury - sports massage can be of
great benefit to those who put sporting demands upon their body.
Massage - a deep massage to help ease aches and pains and release
areas of tension and stress.
Massage - General aches, pains and backache are common during
pregnancy. Increased weight gain, altered weight distribution, changes
in posture and lack of exercise can all contribute to tight muscles and
general muscular aches. Massage can bring wonderful relief from
muscular tension, and can help you feel relaxed all over.
Massage - whether on a one-to-one basis in your home or in the
clinic, or in a group environment, baby massage sessions are of great
benefit to both parent/carer and the baby being massaged. Helping relax
and calm the infant, inducing sleep, easing colic and constipation,
improving circulation and muscular development, baby massage is a
positive and enjoyable experience not to be missed.
- Systematic Kinesiology (pronounced kin-easy-ology) is a way of
identifying any imbalances a person has by monitoring their ability to
hold their muscles against light pressure. The exact treatment you
receive depends on the feedback your body gives through the muscle test.