Joella Kinser – Cambridge Massage Therapist
Cambridge Massage Therapist Jo Ella is one of the clinics most experienced practitioners. She holds a Diploma in Holistic Therapies from West Suffolk College, CRC and various workshops in London and Ipswich.
Jo Ella practices a wide range of massage therapies from the Cambridge City centre, including Aromatherapy Massage, Body Work Massage, Sports Massage, Thai Massage, Cupping Massage, Lymphatic drainage, Pregnancy Massage, Facial Reflexology, Hopi Ear Candling, Hot Stone Massage and Indian Head massage.
Registrations: Registered with BABTEC (British Association of Beauty Therapy & Cosmetology Diploma in Holistic Therapies from West Suffolk College, CRC and various workshops in London and Ipswich. Registered with BABTEC (British Association of Beauty Therapy & Cosmetology
Joella qualified in massage therapy in 2004 and has been practising in Cambridge since then.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]
Massage at Total Health
Massage is one of the most popular treatments available at our clinics in Cambridge, Peterborough, Spalding and Huntingdon. This is because we provide a wide range of different types of treatments and have over 30 practitioners qualified to provide this effective hands-on treatment. This means our patients can find the exact treatment they need to ease their problem.
There are hundreds of varieties of hands-on treatments and many practitioners use multiple techniques. The way that therapists use these hands-on techniques also varies, but often include, gentle stroking or kneading, touching, compressive, rolling, friction, and stretching to the muscles and soft tissues of the body. The therapists will often use oils to reduce the friction of treatment. The clinic has a number of hypo-allergenic massage lotions, although if you are unsure as to the suitability due to potential skin irritation, just inform your therapist.
What to expect from Massage
The application of soft-tissue manipulation techniques to the body is generally intended to reduce stress and fatigue while improving circulation. The many variations of massage account for several different techniques. Various forms of touch therapies that may use manipulation, movement, and/or re-patterning to affect structural changes to the body.