Practitioner

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Location

Harris Mind and Body
Newbury
Berkshire
RG19 3PN
United Kingdom

Associations I belong to

The Complementary Medical Association (The CMA)

Janet Gray

I have a wealth of experience working with injuries, postural imbalances, emotional and stress related problems by using therapies that compliment each other. These therapies include Myofascial release, Cranio-Sacral Therapy and Advanced massage techniques.

I left my Office Manager role 10 years ago looking for ways to help people have a better quality of life, trying to reduce their physical, emotional and mental pain.

Results have been achieved focussing to reduce stress levels, emotional problems, sleeping problems, soft tissue problems, postural problems, old/recent injuries, anxiety symptoms. 

Fascial Release is a light touch body work therapy releasing fascial (interstitial) tightness and re-balancing the body posture, reducing scar tissue from old or recent injuries, and stress release therefore reducing aches and pains and mental stress. 

Cranio-Sacral Therapy is a light touch therapy working with the spinal and cranial system. It can work with certain medical symptoms, emotional issues and stress related issues.  This is a really good modality for the nervous and endocrine systems, as well as other body systems.

Advanced deep tissue and basic massage can be used in conjunction with Fascial Release and/or Cranio-Sacral Therapy, or separately.  People know the term 'sports massage' which is part of my skill set.  The advanced techniques allow me to work on a wider variety of problems and issues.

Postural assessment is a basis to improve and reduce aches and pains long term.  The aim is to naturally strengthen core muscles as part of everyday activities. This will reduce the stress on the skeletal and muscular systems, improving oxygen and energy levels throughout the body.

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