When visiting the neighbouring historic towns of Hastings and St Leonards On Sea in East Sussex, you will be enamoured by the many attractions – from beautiful beaches, heritage sites and museums. You will have more than enough to see and do during your day out here. Also, while travelling around these wondrous towns, you will at some point need to take a break and grab something to eat. We will look at 10 of the best places to dine in these charming traditional British Towns. Read full article
If you are a very active person, who engages in a lot of physical activity, whether you are just an exercise buff or a professional athlete, it is essential for you to ensure that the soft tissues in your body are kept in a balanced state. Repetitive and strenuous exercises can throw these tissues out of whack, and a treatment that you can use to avoid this happening is doing a sports massage. We will look at some of the benefits of sports massages to people who lead a physically active lifestyle. Read full article
The town of Hastings is found on the Southern Coast of England and is a town with a rich cultural heritage and history. The town is filled with museums of different kinds, beautiful national parks, lovely beaches and many other exciting attractions that will keep you busy if you visit this laidback town. We will examine some of the alluring things about this traditional British Town and the nearby town of St Leonards on Sea that you will surely enjoy if you are passing through. Read full article
Wimbledon is a mecca for sports enthusiasts, especially, the tennis players. And, it is quite natural that people would require sports massage over here. Well, we have the perfect massage centre for you, where one can find all the sports massage in Wimbledon, Deep tissue massage in Wimbledon, and Raynor Massage in Wimbledon. Read full article
Massage is the best way to provide relaxation to your body to calm your nerves and remove stress from your body. A simultaneous activity of hands, fingers, arm, elbows, feet and sometimes mechanical aids too acting on the body with pressure to comfort and sooth the tension in the body is what massage is all about. Read full article
For several years, Dave Taylor has been in training to teach Raynor Massage. In November 2014, Dave travelled to New Zealand where he assisted with the teaching on a massage course there and become qualified. Dave will be running massage courses in London, with the first one starting in March, 2015 in Putney. Please click here to find out more about London Massage Training.
Often massage is still seen as a luxury and is used very infrequently. many athletes will still wait until every single muscle has seized up and muscles and tendons are rock hard before seeking out some releif through massage therapy. Read full article
When the Saxons were settling England, their preferred method was to divide the country into square parishes centred around the church, manor house and village, with cultivated fields around these, and common grazing ground on the outside. Read full article
The understanding of the term chi is very central to understanding many forms of massage including Raynor massage. Chi literally means life force. It can be also spelt Qi and in different cultures can be called prana or sen or spirit. Chi is the underlying energy beneath the physical body. It is the difference between a living body and a dead body.
In this article I would like to elaborate upon the more physical aspects of the person as seen by traditional medicine systems such as Chinese medicine and Ayurveda and ancient Greek medicine. Read full article
There are many different approaches, styles and philosophies behind the practice of massage therapy. In some places, and by some people, massage is considered a branch of what is termed the healing arts, while other people in some places consider that massage that can be regulated and standardized according to scientific methods and then this is the only legitimate forms of massage. Where does Raynor massage fit into this debate? Read full article
So January is the month where many of us decide to shed some of the extra pounds gained during the festive period. Adding deep tissue massage with your gym training is the perfect partner! The treatment that I do, Raynor Massage is particularly beneficial. Raynor Massage is of real benefit to athletes and gym users but works differently to sports massage. Read full article
A new study shows massage therapy may help people who suffer from chronic back pain. After 10 weeks, patients who got weekly massage sessions used less pain medicine and spent less time in bed than those who didn't get any special care -- although the effects had disappeared after a year. Read full article
There has been a controlled study by the Health Research Institute which has proven that massage fared better for treating lower back pain than conventional treatment. The study was done using around 400 patients aged between 20 and 65 all suffering from chronic lower back pain. The patients received a one hour massage over a 10 week period. Read full article
I was delighted to have treated several runners with massage for the 2011 London Marathon. Many have discovered the benefits of massage for running and incorporate regular deep tissue massage sessions into their training schedule. Read full article
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