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Powertouch Therapy provides massage in Woking, Surrey, and the surrounding areas. Using a variety of different massage techniques, movement analysis, breath work and exercises improves outcomes for my clients. It may help you too!

“After 2 treatments my chronic neck pain has been eased and my subsequent treatments have both further helped the problem and been very relaxing.”

“Susan, I would like to express my thanks for the relief and benefit your therapy has given me both mentally and physically.”

“For many years, Susan has successfully helped to fix my many injuries, be they from approaching sports like I am still in my twenties, carrying not-so-small children, or manoeuvring yet more furniture around the house. Her knowledge of treating aches, pains, strains and sprains is excellent.”

My clients benefit from the massage techniques used in treatments to reduce adhesions in muscles, re-lengthen muscle fibres that are causing tension, tightness and restricted joint mobility and eliminating pain caused by trigger points. Additionally, massage reduces stress more effectively that some other therapies as it lowers levels of cortisol, a neurotransmitter that increases with increased stress levels. Having trained extensively in areas such as myofascial release (MFR), indian head massage, neuro-kinetic therapy (NKT), anatomy in motion (AiM), hot stones massage, sports massage, trigger point therapy and injury rehabilitation I draw from a wide variety of massage techniques and the information gained from a detailed consultation with you to create a unique treatment that caters to your body’s needs. Generally, treatments fall into one of three categories:

  • Relaxation massage
  • Clinical massage – a combination of sports massage and remedial massage with Eastern influences
  • On-site massage
My massage practice in Woking is based at Parkview Centre for the Community but I also work within a number of companies – currently at Brooklands, Cobham, Guildford and in London – to provide on-site massage to their staff.


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Although I am familiar with adapting treatments to meet the needs of individual disabilities such as Multiple Sclerosis, Cerebral Palsy and stroke injury, certain medial conditions may prevent a treatment from being carried out so it is best to consult your GP prior to an appointment to see if massage is right for you. Of course, feel free to contact me to discuss any questions or queries you may have about your individual situation.

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