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ELLEN  WOODLEY

MISRM OSSM (Dip), CNHC

Ellen is a qualified Level 5 BTEC Clinical Sports and Remedial Massage Therapist – one of the most comprehensive qualifications in Sports Massage. Ellen specialises in the assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries and pain – both sport and work-related. In addition, Ellen is a specialist in Oncology Massage and actively works on the increasingly positive benefits of ScarWork Therapy.

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As a full member of the Institute of Sports and Remedial Massage – the gold standard for complementary health practice – and the Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC), Ellen is bound by their codes of conduct, ethics and practice to provide the highest possible standard of care.

 

Ellen has always been an active person enjoying horse riding from a young age, playing competitive ladies and mixed hockey through school, County and university, along with corporate teams. Ellen is no stranger to injuries and has always found injuries immensely frustrating, but now knows that there are so many solutions to getting back to good form.

 

More recently Ellen has enjoyed regular circuits training and running, completed several 10k and mud runner events the first half marathon in 2015 was a great achievement, although suffering terribly with plantar fasciitis along the way.

 

As a result of injuries and receiving Sports Massage herself, Ellen decided to retrain as a Soft Tissue Therapist, to help others in the ways that she has been helped.

TRAINING

March & September 2020

ScarWork Therapy, Restore Training

July 2019

Emergency First Aid at Work, OSSM, Oxford University

March 2019

Clinical Oncology Massage, Susan Findlay

January 2018

Myofascial Release Techniques, Bristol School of Bodywork

September 2016

Kinesiology Taping for the Athlete Masterclass, John Gibbons, Bodymaster Method, Oxford University

May 2016

Anatomy on Cadavers with Mel Cash, Kings College London

“exploring the soft tissues in a functional, clinical and treatment context in relation to common injuries”

2015/2016

BTEC Level 5 Clinical and Remedial Sports Massage at Oxford School of Sports Massage, including over 150 clinical hours of massage

April 2015

Introductory Massage Course, Oxford School of Sports Massage

 

VOLUNTARY WORK

April 2016

London Marathon post race massage for NSPCC the main charity of 2016

March 2016

Reading Half Marathon pre and post event massage

 

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GET IN TOUCH

FlexBack  Unit 1, Church Lane, Norton, Worcester WR5 2PS

Contact Ellen Woodley on 07854 750 749 or email ellen@flexback.co.uk

©2020 FlexBack Remedial + Sports Massage.