Specialist Oncology Massage
If you've recently received Oncology treatment, massage can help reduce nausea and pain, and improve your sleep.
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.
What my clients say
"With several rounds of bowel and liver cancer treatment behind me, Ellen is able to help relax my body. This allows me to have improved sleep and much greater relaxation. I so look forward to my massage sessions with Ellen – they are adapted each time in relation to how much my body will take at that time.
I have found it a wonderful experience in such tough times."
SW, September 2019