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Location

96 Harcourt Street
Newark-On-Trent
Nottinghamshire
NG24 1RF
United Kingdom

Associations I belong to

The Complementary Medical Association (The CMA)

Adrienne Deaville-Reed

Adrienne Deaville-Reed is the owner of Newark Therapeutic Massage and was trained in Swedish American Massage and anatomy and physiology at The Southern California School of Massage in Riverside California in 1998. She then worked continuously for almost 9 years, helping hundreds of clients feel more relaxed, looser and healthier.

She started in a well-established massage clinic working there for five years until commencing work at a chiropractic office for two years and then co-founded Soothing Touch Massage Therapy in Kentucky in 2004. She worked at Soothing Touch until 2006 when she moved to England.

During her time working in America Adrienne liaised with Doctors as well as medical establishments; she has done on-site massage for many different types of events, offices, factories, shops and more. She has continued education in Hot-Stone Massage, pre-natal massage, geriatric massage, on-site chair massage and deals with Fibromyalgia sufferers.

She was certified in good standing with the ABMP through her whole practice in the States. 

 

Massage is a highly rewarding job. My aim is to always create an easily assessable, approachable and safe environment for each client, making use of my therapeutic massage abilities in effleurage, friction, vibrations, percussion, wringing and lengthening to provide tension-relieving and rehabilitative treatment for the general public and those with Fibromyalgia and age-related concerns. 

 

What people say

 

Would highly recommend, very relaxing, great value, very pleased
Charlie M

 
 

Great, very relaxing and enjoyable massage. Recommended
Keith M

 
 

I had an amazing relaxing time with Adrienne, I really enjoyed the massage, and will go back soon for sure!
Astrée dM

 

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