The Quiet Space Massage Therapy for Sports, Injury Recovery,
Pregnancy and General Well-being and Relaxation
Canary Wharf, East London

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I originally trained at The Swedish Institute College of Health Sciences in Manhattan New York USA graduating in 1998.( Arriving back in London I moved into a live work studio at Westferry in July 2000 where I began to develop The Quiet Space. I have been in full time practice as a massage therapist with a very varied client base ever since my original New York training.

In 2005 I moved The Quiet Space to The Cannon Workshops where we remained for three or so years enjoying yoga classes, belly dancing and pilates as well as providing a treatment room for various therapists and my own massage practice. Many of the clients who first came to The QS at Westferry in 2000/2001 are still around today.

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The current version of The Quiet Space is just myself and a small treatment room. My clients are totally varied in terms of lifestyles, hobbies and reasons for getting regular massage therapy.

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For me when The Quiet Space was also a yoga studio it felt like a temple and our yoga students did say it felt very reverential. I thought I was going to buy a different premises and live above it for the rest of my life!
Closing the studio in 2008 with hindsight was probably not a 'good business decision' but it was the right personal one at the time and life continued to unfold.

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So all the years of yoga practice, self enquiry and other interests and hobbies plus of course the insights gained from nearly 20 years massage therapy practice provide a fundamental influence physically, mentally and emotionally which I draw from when treating and working with you.

Other interests and responsibilities (Nursing) (Climbing Kilimanjaro) (Parent caring) have come and gone over the years. I am currently enjoying an all consuming passion training and competing in International Standard and Latin Ballroom Dancing!

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