How can massage help?
Chiropractors do an amazing job at rebalancing and realigning to restore nerve function by using small adjustments. However, we can sometimes feel still and have pain from muscular tension.
Professional massage can relieve these muscle spasms and tight muscles using a variety of techniques. Targeting both issues through massage and chiropractic can greatly reduce your recovery time and keep you on your wellness journey.
Your Chiropractor will team you up with the right massage therapist to ensure that you get the best possible combination of treatment for your personal journey.
Our Massage therapists
An interest in holistic therapy began through studying a traditional Japanese martial art. Most traditional arts encompass an element of healing which led me to study Anma (Japanese massage) 8 years ago, the precursor to Shiatsu. This brought me to studying Sports Massage over 2 years ago to gain new techniques and to focus full time as a manual therapist.
Describe yourself in five words… Passionate, trustworthy, active, eclectic, rational
Share one fun fact about yourself… I spent 15 years in pub management I take part in a Tough Mudder event every year
What is the most inspiring part of your job? Seeing the amazement on people’s faces when they have improved range of movement/reduced pain after a session
If I wasn’t so damn good at my job I would be…. Somewhere else
What is the one piece of advice you would offer to a new patient that has come to the clinic? Keep moving. Small bouts of movement snacking will be better than any ergonomic chair!
Hi I’m Alice and I am one of two massage therapists at Kingston Chiropractic and Wellness Centre. I specialise in sports and deep tissue massage, in which I have been treating patients for the last two years. I studied my Level 3 in Sports Massage Therapy with Sports Therapy UK in Hertford, followed by my Level 4 at St Mary’s University in Twickenham.
Describe yourself in five words… Funny, hardworking, trustworthy, conscientious, easy-going
Share one fun fact about yourself… I volunteered at the 2012 London Paralympics as a ball girl for blind football.
What is the most inspiring part of your job? Seeing patients go on a journey. Not only through the physical changes massage can achieve, but also the positive impact on the patients mental health and well-being.
If I wasn’t so damn good at my job I would be…. Retired in the Maldives!
What is the one piece of advice you would offer to a new patient that has come to the clinic? Trust the process. You will have good days and bad days, but all are part of your journey to wellness!
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A South-West London local, Charanpreet has always had a passion for holistic therapy. He comes from a family of therapists and trained to become a massage therapist himself in 2018 with the Richdales Institute.
After studying Holistic massage, Charanpreet is now specialising in Deep Tissue massage and is enjoying being able to apply his massage therapy skills in a clinical setting.
As a student Chiropractor, Charanpreet is passionate about promoting a healthy lifestyle which complements any treatments given and providing clients with a personalised experience that will benefit them not just in the short term but also in the long term. He cares about helping people to regain and maintain optimal health and performance.
Charanpreet can keep you moving and feeling like you're at the top of your game, whether you're an athlete, a keyboard warrior or looking to wind down.
Our wellness community
Phases of care
We believe there are three phases you need to complete before achieving your ultimate wellness stage. These are:
• Pain phase
• Correction phase
We guide you through and we are with you every step of the way.