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New research: massage boosts the immune system

We all know massage does us good, don't we?  It helps us recover from and prepare for physical exertion, it can calm us down, rev us up, soothe pain and just make us feel good.  It's recommended therapy for many conditions, not just musculo-skeletal aches and pains. ...

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If you don’t use it, you lose it

Life has been full of swimming, swimming and more swimming in recent weeks but I've also been working hard with some great massage clients. Some of my clients have done some extraordinary things this summer like cycling the South Downs Way in both directions (200...

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Dover test run… or test *swim*

Channel swim training continues but the excitement three weeks ago of the water temp rising has dropped.  As has the temperature of the water again.  Very frustrating.  The Seabrook Seals have been posting photos on their Facebook page of happy smiling swimmers a year...

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Swimming through the night

Many of the Seals took part in 2swim4life last weekend - a 24 hour endurance swim.  What an event! Here's my report for 220 Triathlon.  

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lou@louwalker.com

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07764 189516

 

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Price

£45 per one hour session
(£40 for Winchester and District Athletics Club (WADAC) members)

Clinic hours

Daytime: Monday to Friday, from 6:15am

Evenings: Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays    up to 7pm

Testimonials

What People Are Saying

Lou provided excellent massage and advice as part of preparations for my first 100 mile ultramarathon. With her help I was able to train harder and more consistently than ever before and I firmly believe that our regular massage sessions prepared me so that I was able to recover so well after the event. Because Lou is an accomplished endurance athlete herself this really helps her understand her clients’ needs. Grant Vernon

Ultra Runner

Lou’s pleasant personality exudes friendliness and warmth making you feel welcome yet with adequate professional respectfulness. As a patient one feels reassured of her care and empathy. Her conduct as a valuable and efficient therapist cannot be doubted. Gunnel Berry

Chartered Physiotherapist