Frequently Asked Questions

How long is a session?

An initial session is 45 minutes to an hour. During the initial session a thorough case history will be taken and discussed. After your initial session, a follow up is usually required within 4 – 7 days as your body will start responding as tension is unlocked and compensations are addressed. A follow up session is approximately 45 minutes (although I always allow for an hour).

How many sessions will I need and how often?

This depends on what is being addressed as each person and situation is different. A long-term chronic condition can take time and usually requires more sessions than a short-term acute condition which could take 3 or 4 sessions. This will be addressed and discussed at your initial session and monitored throughout treatment. Should a longer-term treatment plan be required, a discounted package of sessions can be offered.

What should I wear, and will I need to undress?

Comfortable clothing is usually best but not essential should you be coming or going straight to or from work. Depending on the treatment plan some clothing may need to be removed to access the skin more effectively, especially with Scenar Therapy or Fascial release. However, I will always ensure you are appropriately covered with towels. I also do have loose gowns available.

What is the cost of a session?

An initial session is £55
A follow up session is £50

What is maintenance treatment and why is it important?

Maintenance is regular monthly treatments after your initial course of treatments. This is advised for anyone wanting to maintain a healthy, functioning, and responsive body. We (and life) throws so much at our bodies on a regular basis so by keeping up with maintenance sessions you are giving your body a better opportunity to address and deal with stress (whether emotional or physical) as it occurs, instead of waiting and letting it build up over time resulting in a lot more having to be addressed. I always say “You service your car to keep it running smoothly, so don’t neglect servicing your body, after all you only have one!”