Which type of treatment do I need?

At BodyTonic there are a number of types of treatment available. However, a lot of the time techniques from each of these services may be utilised. The best way to know which one will be right for you is to talk with Naomi about what the presenting issue is and then a the best plan will be formulated for you.  She will then combine these techniques with an after care plan that may include stretching or strengthening exercises for you to continue with at home. This ensures you get the results you’re after as quickly as possible.

sports massage


Not only for sporting injuries but also used for general stiffness and tightness and restrictions in movement associated with life in general. With regular sessions it has a proven effect of lessening chance of injury and speeding up recovery.

Deep Tissue massage

Deep Tissue Massage

Deep tissue massage is a technique that’s mainly used to treat musculoskeletal issues, such as strains and sports injuries. It involves applying sustained pressure using slow, deep strokes to target the inner layers of your muscles and connective tissues.

remedial massage


This style is used for relieving conditions such as sciatica, headaches, lower back pain, chronic fatigue etc. As the name suggests it is a fantastic remedy to many ongoing conditions


Massage for mental well-being

This therapy is completely tailored to the needs of the recipient on the day of treatment. Based on discussion with the client and a person centred emphasis.  It can vary from a purely relaxation, gentle massage to something more vigorous and remedial. 

dry needling


Dry needling is a treatment technique whereby a sterile, single-use, fine filament needle (acupuncture needle) is inserted into the muscle to assist with decreasing pain and improving function through the release of myofascial trigger points (knots in the muscle). This technique will only be used after a discussion with the client and their consent is given. 



Manual lymphatic massage is a gentle technique designed to encourage sluggish lymph systems to get back to work. Perfect for post-surgery or injury swelling, to help boost immune systems and aid in making fluid retention caused by pregnancy or other conditions more comfortable.

Brooke Davies pregnant


As the name suggests this massage is to support the pregnant woman as her body undergoes the changes that are inevitable during pregnancy.