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Welcome to Structural Bodywork

Incorporating Massage, Myofascial Release, Structural Integration and Osteopathic techniques

Here you will find details of all the therapies that Andrew offers. Andrew has been in full-time practice since 2003 and has had training in a number of different therapies. He uses the term Structural Bodywork to describe his current working style.

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Structural Bodywork

Structural Bodywork combines techniques from Deep Tissue Massage, Sports Massage and Myofascial Release, as well as integrating techniques and principles from Structural Integration and Osteopathy.

Although I incorporate Osteopathic techniques into my treatments these techniques have been learnt on CPD courses and I am not a qualified osteopath. 

I blend techniques and principles from all of the above to tailor the best treatment for your individual needs. Structural Bodywork can help to alleviate chronic pain, stiffness, lack of mobility and muscle tension as well as helping with many postural related problems.

 Individual treatments available

Anatomy Trains Structural Integration (Formally KMI) is a series of 12 sessions that restructures the body through manipulating the bodies myofascial system with the aim of bringing the body into a better alignment.

Myofascial Release works to lengthen areas of shortness in the fascia to help eliminate pain and discomfort.

Deep Tissue Massage focuses on the different layers of muscle, working to relax, lengthen, and release strain within them.

Sports Massage is effective for many kinds of muscular and soft tissue injury, whether due to posture, occupational stress or sporting activities.

All of these therapies help to create better posture, pain and release tension, allowing us to find more ease in our bodies.

Unlocking the Body’s Harmony: Anatomy Trains and Structural Integration

Introduction In the intricate tapestry of the human body, a profound interconnectedness exists that goes beyond what meets the eye. Our muscles, fascia, and bones are not isolated entities but rather components of a dynamic web that influences our movement and overall...

Massages Role in Easing Fibromyalgia Discomfort

Living with Fribromyalgia: Living with fibromyalgia is like navigating through a storm of pain, fatigue, and constant discomfort. For those grappling with this chronic condition, relief can feel elusive. However, emerging research and countless testimonials point...

The Effect of Massage on Emotional Well-being

In this blog, we will look at the positive effect massage can have on our emotional well-being.

Myofascial Release and Posture

Poor posture not only affects our physical appearance but can also lead to various health issues. Fortunately, there’s a powerful ally in the quest for better posture and overall health: myofascial release.


Fascia, often referred to as the "body's connective tissue," is a thin, filmy tissue that covers every muscle, bone, organ, and blood vessel in the body. While often overlooked, fascia plays a vital role in maintaining our structural integrity, movement, and overall...

Massage for injured muscles

Massage really does speed up muscle recovery from injury, according to scientists – but rest it for 3 days first. Much of my work involves working with clients recovering from injuries, so it’s great to see more evidence to back up my own experience of this. Over the...

Lower back pain?

Suffering from persistent lower back pain and don't know where to turn? You may want to consider booking in for some myofascial release work. Up to 60% of us will get lower back pain at some point in our lives. Women are more prone to lower back pain, and the...

What is Myofascial Release?

Myofascial release is a type of therapy that uses hands-on techniques similar to massage to release tension, tightness, and restrictions in our fascia and muscles.

Tension headaches

Headaches are a common condition that most people will experience in their life. There are several types but the most common type is a tension headache. The main symptom of a tension headache is head and or face pain. Tension headaches A tension headache is usually...

What is Anatomy Trains Structural Integration?

Structural Integration What is Structural Integration? Anatomy Trains Structural Integration is a hands-on therapy that works on the muscles and fascia (myofascia) to help with misalignment in the body and to allow the body to have a better relationship with gravity....