I can help you choose the right treatment for you.
I offer flexible appointments to fit in with your life.
Everyone can feel fit and healthy with prices from £10.
I provide aftercare advice to keep you supported.
I qualified as a level 5 sports and remedial massage therapist at the prestigious London School of Sports & Remedial Massage Therapy (LSSM). I am also qualified in kinesiology taping.
I'm licensed with the acupuncture society to perform medical acupuncture and dry needling.
I'm also a level 3 qualified personal trainer with an established client base. I have been working privately from my gym since 2011.
Being qualified in all three areas allows me to take a holistic approach and tailor treatment according to your needs.
Prior to establishing my business I was an international alpine ski racer. Training was rigorous and rehabilitation was essential, this is where I developed my interest in exercise and remedial therapies.
Swedish massage combines long, gentle strokes, kneading, deep circular movements, tapping and vibration, to help you relax.
Deep tissue massage is slightly slower with more forceful strokes to get deeper into the muscle fibres. This is mainly used to help remedy injuries.
Sports massage is slightly firmer than Swedish and is generally for clients who exercise to prevent or treat injuries.
Trigger point massage aims to release tight muscle fibres (knots) that can arise from injuries or repetitive strain.
Massage is manipulating, rubbing or pressing skin, muscles, tendons and ligaments. Massage can range from a light stroke to deep pressure. Massage has been linked to numerous benefits for people suffering from the following conditions:
When physical activity is combined with balanced nutrition, it can help control weight and prevent obesity, a major risk factor for diseases and muscular pain.
Training can increase muscle strength, endurance and improve posture and flexibility. Regular training can improve mood, self-esteem, confidence and body image.
The benefits of acupuncture can extend to variety of conditions from emotional disorders and digestive complaints to muscle tightness and injuries.
Research suggests that inserting needles into the skin and muscles increases the activity of adenosine, an amino acid that becomes active in the skin after an injury to ease pain. This has been the approach in western acupuncture.
The depth of which acupuncture needles are inserted varies according to treatment and the size of the muscle. The needles are usually left in place for 5-20 minutes, usually no longer than 60 minutes and then removed. All needles are sterile and for single use only.
“I love coming to the small training sessions, which are always energetic, varied and great fun. I have seen huge results since training with Georgie, I am stronger, leaner, fitter and so much more toned than I ever have been.”
“Georgie is not only friendly and puts you at ease, but he is very knowledgeable in his field. He had found areas of tension in my body that I didn't even know I had! I also attend some of Georgie's PT classes. They are fun and informative and never ever boring.”
“Georgie is so passionate and caring and has created a unique set of small group sessions for all levels, which are fun and relaxed and very personalised. His personal training sessions are so important to me as he keeps me motivated.”