16
May 2018
Excellence vs Striving by John Richardson

There’s a fantastic comparison for modern day life which is ‘Excellence vs Striving’. The thought of striving is to work hard and finding the rhythm to perform at a high level,strive success but it also portrays one where you are straining and really working to accomplish your targets and goals. On the other hand, excellence is where you do the best you possible can in a given moment. It’s the best you had to offer at the time which is all anyone can ever ask of you. This doesn’t make excellence the easier route though by any means, but Striving and Excellence do work hand in hand. If you strive and strive without any rest, you are likely to burn out. If you strive and work hard but team that up with excellent technique and self-care, which puts you in a pretty good state to take on the world!

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16
May 2018
A quick fix that relieves muscle pain that fits in your pocket

Having a job where you have to sit for long hours or travel on long haul flights on a cramped plane, is often a cause we hear when trying to help clients with muscles tension, aches and musculoskeletal pains. Our muscles stiffen up and the blood doesn’t flow as it should. We usually can’t change the circumstances that cause the above, but we can manage how to cope when the excessive tension becomes uncomfortable. Using a massage release ball is a great short-term solution, because you can always have it at hand.

You can do the massage yourself practically everywhere. It will improve circulation and help loosen up the muscles, so it is worth holding on to one. Here are some examples of exercises that you can do:

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07
May 2018
Privacy Policy - Fulham Massage & Wellness

Privacy Policy

This privacy policy sets out how Fulham Massage & Wellness uses and protects any information that you give to our company.

Fulham Massage & Wellness is committed to ensuring that your privacy is protected. Should we ask you to provide certain information, then you can be assured that it will only be used in accordance with this privacy statement.

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20
Apr 2018
Massage for runners – how massage can bring a spring to your London marathon

Spring is upon us and runners are excited to be outside in the parks training for this year’s London marathon. Whether you’re a seasoned marathon runner or preparing for your first one, this is an important month for London runners. Your fitness levels are probably increasing to enable you to develop a steady tempo and push towards hard running. Massage is used by many people to support their running needs. Find out how it can help you, whatever your level by reading the points below.

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18
Apr 2018
Top 5 exercises to prevent a low back pain, by our in-house physio Bozena

Do you struggle with a back problem?1

 Many of our clients come to see us because of a low back pain or stiffness. Regular massage can help to ease up the stiffness and bring a pain relief. However, in order to keep the back strong and healthy outside of the treatment room, our in-house physiotherapist, Bozena, has prepared a list of advice on how to prevent back pain and what exercises can be done at home to manage existing conditions. 

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20
Mar 2018
Massage for Rowers by Fran Kehoe

Rowing is a physically demanding sport, placing the body under a lot of strain and endurance. The entire body is involved in propelling the rowing boat through the water course. In rowing, the muscles are constantly subjected to a powerful and locomotive effort. Serious competitors need to maintain elasticity and balance between the lower and upper body to function at their best and avoid injury. Sports massage is designed to specifically help athletes and rowers to recover faster from workouts, prevent injuries and aid their performance.

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08
Mar 2018
Epsom Salts - uses and benefits

Epsom salt is best known as a component of bath salts, but it offers a wide range of uses, from soothing sore muscles, benefiting health, enhancing beauty and more. It was discovered in the 17th century, first distilled from the water of a bitter saline spring at Epsom, in Surrey, England.

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