Ever since I can remember that I've enjoyed massaging people that I care about such as my siblings, parents, other relatives and friends, but didn't consider taking this interest further up until a few years ago. Still interest in human connection and care however, I got an BSc degree in psychology with psychotherapy and, interested in continuing learning more about healing in other fields, studied Reiki level 1, Holistic Massage, currently studying Ayurveda and intending to continue to expand my studies further each day." Alice has qualified in Holistic Massage Therapy from Bristol College of Massage and Bodywork (BCMB), through the Massage Training Institute (MTI), acquiring a level 4 certificate in Holistic Massage with Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology. Her massage practice can include the usage of a range of different techniques such as deep tissue, myofascial release, energetic work, lymphatic drainage and relaxing massage, being each treatment tailored according to the need of each client on that day, which can be focused on specifics areas to a full body, each massage to be combined with the client through an initial consultation. After breathing, drinking and eating, touch is one of our most primordial needs from infancy, but often we get disconnected to our bodies when we grow older.
Massage promotes well being, reconnection to oneself and can bring comfort and nourishment to our hearts, ease tensions of the day to day life and even assist in more chronic conditions.