** New Treatment room now at 20 The Cross, Lymm **
* Sports Massage
* Deep Tissue Massage
* Hot Stones Therapy
* Relaxing Body Massage
* Pregnancy Massage
* Dry Cupping
Late evening appointments available Monday to Friday
30 minutes - £25
60 minutes - £35
90 minutes - £50
*additional costs may apply for mobile treatments
Samantha Foxall is a Sport & Exercise Science graduate, qualified in sports and deep tissue massage, hot stone therapy, pregnancy massage, dry cupping and seated acupressure massage in addition to being fully accredited and insured by the federation of holistic therapists.
Samantha has experience working with a wide range of clients from all walks of life ranging from professional athletes to office workers and everything in between! Throughout her career her drive has always been to have a positive impact on the people she treats, whether that be helping them recover from an injury and get back to playing the sport they love, reducing pain (most commonly back pain from being sat looking at a screen all day!), increasing mobility or, last but not least, helping to prevent injuries through regular maintenance massage.
Jill, (56) from Lymm, has qualified to represent the GB age group triathlon team at European and World Championships over 20 times since taking up the sport in 2008, having had no previous competitive swim, bike or run background.
Pretty impressive hey, so here's her story:
After her first triathlon, a ladies only event in Cheshire, she was bitten by the triathlon bug. Joining Warrington Triathlon Club to learn more about the sport and training methods, she took part in a number of races in 2009. Seeing a raw talent, Tri club coaches encouraged her to try to qualify for the GB age group team (requiring a top 3 or 4 age group finish in one of 3 national qualifying races each year, and also finishing within a specific time of the winner). She managed to qualify for both European and World Championships in 2010 (Ireland and Hungary). As the sport of triathlon has grown massively, and the numbers and quality of athletes trying to qualify for GB has increased significantly, Jill has still managed to qualify for every European and World championships since. This has led to racing around the world, from Beijing to Auckland, Mexico to Chicago as well as Spain, Holland, London, Austria, Estonia and The Gold Coast on the Commonwealth games triathlon course!
To keep on top of her game, Jill trains about 10 hours a week, whilst still working full time as a hospital doctor. Her coach (and husband) thinks she is in the best physical condition and as quick as she has ever been in her 10 years in the sport. He says there is no doubt that weekly strength and conditioning and yoga, coupled with the regular sports massage by Sam, as part of her training programme, has kept her fit and injury free for the last couple of years.
Bring on the Tri season!
This type of treatment is offered in workplace without the need to remove any clothing or have any oils placed on the skin whilst still addressing the aches and pains experienced by many office workers.
Treatments are usually 15 minutes in duration including a consultation, the treatment itself focusing on areas of pain and/or tension (back, neck and shoulders) and any relevant aftercare advice. The duration of the treatment can be adapted to fit the time available and requirements within the company.
* Relieves tension and eases aches and pains
* Helps to reduce stress and alleviate symptoms such as headaches, eye strain and difficulty sleeping.
* Promotes overall health and well being through improved circulation, lymphatic drainage and increased immune function.