Advanced Massage Therapist
Domenico has a warm and positive presence. He grew up surrounded by therapists at his family's physiotherapy clinic in the sunny south of Italy. As a child he developed a passion for dance and the creative arts. He went on to perform in theatres and events across Italy.
Domenico's dance performance involved regularly pushing the barriers of his potential. He became interested in factors that support health and healing, and he gained a degree in Kinesiology at the University of Foggia. His final thesis was ‘musculoskeletal pain in office workers'.
After completing his degree he specialised in posture and taught Pilates to both an athletic and non athletic client base in Italy. He subsequently trained in sports and remedial massage in the UK.
Domenico's background gives him the ability to listen, to understand, and to be able to treat a wide variety of complaints in a truly holistic way.
He is currently completing training in Thai Yoga massage.
Therapies provided: sports massage, remedial massage and deep tissue massage.
Domenico's prices: 30 mins £45 / 60 mins £75 / 90 mins £112.50 / Save 10% with one of Domenico's Massage Packages.
Therapist Schedule for Domenico
|Mon||CG: 8:30 AM - 9:00 PM|
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