I found Yasmin Lang punctual and efficient in every thing she did. There was a feeling of trust that allowed me to let go of any anxiety I might have had. This allowed me to get much more from the massage. The integrity and professionalism that Yasmin worked in was of the highest level. I would strongly recommend her to anyone looking for a massage therapist.
Remedial massage can be a deep tissue style massage or firm and gentle. Therapeutic in nature, remedial massage is designed to heal specific health issues, muscle problems and injuries.
Treating the whole body, remedial massage can trace the discomfort back to its original cause. This supports you to look at and heal the original physical issue as well as the end symptoms you are experiencing.
Everything in the body is connected and related and if one part is injured it will in turn affect the whole body. A person with an injured knee may then start to favour the other leg which will throw out the muscles in the hip and back, leading to back ache. The tightening of these muscles may then cause an imbalance affecting the neck muscles which may then cause a headache.
So while the client may come in complaining of persistent headaches, the primary physical cause of the problem in the case outlined, is in fact a knee injury.
Yasmin Lang and the practitioners she works with are trained to not only diagnose what is causing the problem but also to treat it with remedial massage techniques that will truly support the whole person.
Several specialised techniques are used to locate and repair damage and to support and speed up the body's own repair mechanisms. The remedial massage is applied directly to the skin using a special massage cream with oil, which ensures that the muscles associated with the disorder are deeply engaged.
Overall the remedial massage supports with calming the peripheral nervous system to ease pain, stiffness and spasms.
Yasmin Lang clearly identifies presenting conditions and will make a treatment plan to address those conditions. Always consult your GP before embarking on a treatment plan.