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Meet Melanie Maniam

Mel_April 2014Qualifications: (V.T.C.T) (I.I.H.H.T)

Specialises in: Holistic Massage, Reflexology

All Treatments Offered: Holistic Massage, Holistic Face Massage, Reflexology, Hot Stone Massage, Aromatherapy, Deep Tissue/Remedial Massage, Head/Face Massage, Shiatsu Massage and Maternity Care, Maternity Massage to term, Couples Massage Workshops

“Massage is the only time in adult life that we’re cared for through touch and all you have to do, is relax.”

 

About

I have been a practitioner since 1996. Over the years I have treated many different age ranges and conditions.  All of the treatments I am qualified in can be tailored, holistically and caringly to the individuals’ needs, be it for pure relaxation or deep tissue and remedial. The individual client need is key.
If need be, treatments can be mixed and matched as preferred.

Contact

I shall be available for treatments from the beginning of April at Yanley Court, Long Ashton, every Saturday morning until 1.30pm, Mondays and Tuesdays are variable.  Click here for more information or to book.
I will be working at Clifton Physio, 118 Hampton Road, Bristol BS6 6JD
email www.cliftonphysio.co.uk
My core hours here are 2pm – 7pm Mondays and Tuesdays. Other appt are available upon request.
On line booking available.
Fridays I will be working at Pure Health and Fitness gym in Stoke Bishop: www.purehf.co.uk
There is also scope for home treatments.
I have a practitioner pow-wow blog on this site if you want to have a better idea of how I work – click here to read it.
Feel free to  contact me directly to discuss what may suit you best, or the best location to book a treatment. You can email me at [email protected] or [email protected] 
Gift Vouchers are also available if you wish to treat your loved ones.

 

 

More info:

Time at The Relaxation Centre: 8 years

Hobbies: Yoga, meditation, cycling and playing the violin

First Album Ever Published: “Thriller” by Michael Jackson

Ultimate Pet Peeve: Badly Parked Cars!

What would your ‘last supper’ be?: Passion fruit tart, with cream.  No main course necessary.

 

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