Looking for a dedicated yoga studio in the heart of Falmouth? Visit our neighbours, Falmouth Yoga Space.
We pride ourselves in not conforming purely to traditional approaches in treating pain and injuries. Rather than only just focusing on your pain or problems, we are interested in how you move so that we can give you the tools that will help you to help yourself.
We use clinical tests to help subjectively understand how and why your injury might have occurred, but in order to help you get back to the life you want, we need to see how you move physically and understand what is important for you.
Your body is the blueprint of your life so far.
Posture, injuries, habits – these all help shape you into the person you are today. Our job is to read these bodily clues, and together with you, come up with an effective plan to help you feel and move better.
We provide – osteopathy, physiotherapy, sports therapy, soft tissue treatment, sports massage, Rehabilitation, yoga therapy, ayurveda, craniosacral therapy and more
Osteopaths are skilled, highly regulated practitioners registered with the General Osteopathic Council.
Osteopaths undertake a four-year undergraduate medical based degree. Treatment is tailored to suit the individual, in response to the therapists developed sense of touch and the patient’s medical history. Helen, our clinic osteopath, works with include:
Osteopathy is a gentle and effective hands-on approach, based on the principle that the way the body moves influences how it functions. Osteopaths are highly competent healthcare professionals, recognised by the NHS as fully qualified to diagnoses and treat independently. Over 30,000 people every day visit an osteopath suffering from a variety of conditions including neck and back pain, joint or muscular pain, sports injuries, recurring headaches and more.
~ Institute of Osteopathy
Physiotherapy is a medical profession that can help you to elevate your health by restoring movement and function to the body if you are affected by injury, illness, disability or pain.
Physiotherapists are recognised medical professionals who are registered with the Health Care Professions Council (HCPC) and the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP).
After taking a thorough history and understanding how your problem affects you, we conduct a thorough examination which involves testing structures such as muscles, joints, nerves, ligaments, and tendons in order to establish the exact source of your pain or injury.
Physiotherapists may use a range of different techniques and treatments, depending on your own individual needs and situation. This typically involves a combination of manual and exercised based therapies
Massage is an excellent way to ease tension, reduce pain, improve mobility and work with the nervous system to aid deep relaxation and ultimately leave you feeling better in your body.
Our highly skilled therapist, Laura, uses a variety of techniques during her treatments including; deep tissue massage, soft tissue release, trigger point therapy, myofascial release and stretching.
You don’t have to be training or into a sport to benefit from massage! Contact us to book now.
Shiatsu treatments support alleviation of physical symptoms, such as muscular/skeletal problems, chronic pain, headaches, digestive problems, fatigue and sleeping problems.
As an holistic therapy, Shiatsu helps ease and transform emotional struggles, which often go hand-in-hand with physical symptoms. Shiatsu is a body-energy therapy that uses hand pressure, stretches, movement, and acupressure points. It works by the release and strengthening of flows of energy in the body (meridians).
With this, our energy patterns begin to reshape and we discover new ways of feeling and being. A session gives you the space to take time out, re-centre and settle, and feel into your body so that you gain an awareness and understanding of physical and emotional patterns.
With its roots in osteopathy, BCST is a non-invasive clothed therapy which involves a gentle touch connection between practitioner and client that allows the physical and energetic patterns of our systems the space and time to re organise when ready and to gently release trauma and conditioning.
Compassionate enquiry is a talking therapy with an important element of somatic experiencing.
It uses simple questioning/exploration to examine perceptions, emotions and body based awareness to support awareness of a felt sense of what is going on. To explore different parts of ourselves and examine some of our core beliefs. We then work together to find ways of implementing compassion based techniques to learn to help resolve the problem and to identify and build strengths that are already present. There is plenty of opportunity to talk things through and non judgemental space is held.
AYURVEDA is a 2000-5000 year-old holistic healing modality. The word Ayurveda literally translates as the science of life.
The goal of ayurveda is not (as some may believe) to be as healthy as possible but to be as HAPPY as possible (and of course health is a major factor in that). Ayurveda uses herbs, diet and one’s overall life style to achieve this goal. Knowledge of Ayurveda will empower you to take control of your life and create balance of body, mind and consciousness according to your own unique constitution (Prakruti)