It’s creative, thoughtful and interactive. A wide variety of strokes are applied at varying pressures to nurture, soothe and access deeper muscle tension, whilst taking into account your whole being i.e. how you are feeling: emotionally, mentally, physically and spiritually.
Michael Farai MTI’s approach to holistic massage places emphasis on his own posture and movement, using Tai Qi to create an energetic and fluid style that allows him to go with the flow of his clients. You can expect to be treated with sensitivity and respect at all times. A fully qualified therapist (Bristol College of Massage and Bodywork), Michael holds a diploma in Holistic Massage, Anatomy Physiology and Pathology. Reiki II, as well as a first aid certificate. He is also a member of the Massage Training Institute(London, England). Previous experience includes working with Neal’s Yard of Covent Garden, The Treatment Rooms (Bristol), The Big Chill Festival (Eastnor Castle) and The Electric Picnic (Dublin).
So!!! Whether you have been for a tiring dive or merely wish to unwind, pop in for a session – you know it makes sense. Remember(!) that it is not advisable to receive a treatment for up to twelve hours after you’ve been on a deep scuba dive.