[IMPORTANT NOTICE] This Therapy for guys with severe/chronic/clinical/terminal mental and physical issues as a secondary treatment to complement the primary therapies I do with them as a part of the holistic approach. I do NOT do massage therapies for just anyone or for superficial "relaxing" purposes.
Massages are great remedial therapy that has many benefits on its own, however, the benefits really increase when messages are in conjunction with other therapies (especially mental therapies) because the body is the vessel where all the tension, pressure and inflammation are bottled up, and massages are a great way to release them.
Massage therapy can be a great gateway to psychotherapy and hypnotherapy; there are many guys who are not vocal, they internalise everything, find it hard to open up, express, vocalise and be articulate about their pain, thoughts and feelings, therefore, massage therapy can release the pressure of that pain especially when it is severe and chronic, so that that the body has more space to heal.
I am a certified massage therapist, trained in London, Hawaii and Thailand and specialised in different techniques.
I take pride in healing people of many different conditions due having the clarity and the sense of what ails the body once I come in contact with it, then figuring our immediately the best way to attend to it.
My massages are authentic, remedial, medicinal and therapeutic.
I always perform them variously each time because everyone is different, therefore, I like to use a combination of techniques depending on the person I am treating.
I use only organic unrefined anti-inflammatory which I mix with organic essential oils that I make myself to enhance the treatment.
The word comes from the French massage "friction of kneading", which, in turn, comes from the Arabic word مَسَّ massa meaning "to touch, feel".
Others claim an origin from the Portuguese amassar "knead", from the Latin massa meaning "mass, dough", and from the Greek verb μάσσω (massō) "to handle, touch, to work with the hands, to knead dough", In distinction the ancient Greek word for massage was anatripsis, and the Latin was frictio.