Senior Massage Therapist
Nadia was born in England, but grew up in sunny California with a holistically-inclined physiotherapist Mum.
Nadia has been a professional massage therapist since 2010, gaining experience in busy London clinics before joining the specialist, pain-relieving City Sports Massage team. Trained in Sports Injuries & Massage and more recently in Hot & Cold Stone Massage, she offers an experienced pair of hands.
Her tried and tested methods enable her to hit the right spots straight away. She believes in empowering each individual, and enjoys personalising every treatment. She often offers stretches and exercises to assist in recovery, mobilisation and healing.
Nadia understands the stresses of parenthood, and when not in the clinic stays balanced and strong with yoga, cycling, running and swimming. She has recently competed in the Hyde Park 10k Race for Life, and is currently in training for a Tough Mudder.
Therapies provided: sports massage, remedial massage, deep tissue massage and hot stones massage.
Nadia's prices: 60 mins £80 / 90 mins £120 / Save 10% with one of Nadia's Massage Packages.
Therapist Schedule for Nadia
|Tue||CG: 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM|
|Wed||CG: 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM|
|Fri||CG: 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM|
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