Roxanne trained in Sports and Remedial Massage in 2007 at the North London School of Sports Massage. She has since completed a series of CPD courses, including Functional Fascial Taping (FFT) with Ron Alexander, and also Kinesiology Taping.
Eva originally trained in Swedish massage over 10 years ago. She later got a diploma for Hawaiian Lomi Lomi Massage, and since then moved to Sports and Remedial Massage at the renowned London School of Sports Massage.
Eva uses the latest assessments methods taught at the LSSM to fine tune your treatment to your symptoms. With her comprehensive set of techniques raning from soft tissure release, neuromuscular technique, muscle energy technique, positional release, to myofascial release, you can rely on her finding exactly the right mix to get the best result to help alleviate your symptoms.
Her friendly manner sets you at ease from the first moment and her varied professional experience means that you will find it easy to work with her to get the best results.
Oleg is a qualified Sports & Remedial Massage Therapist, with valuable experience in the techniques of Swedish, sports and remedial massage including soft tissue release, neuromuscular technique, muscle energy technique, deep tissue technique, connective tissue manipulation and the positional release technique.
Oleg took his first massage course over ten years ago, but then added a diploma at the London College of Massage in 2012, and then went on to gain a professional BTEC level 5 diploma in clinical sport and remedial massage therapy as a soft tissue therapist with the London School of Sports Massage. He now is a fully member of the industry leading massage association ISRM.
He has a background in martial arts. This lets him adopt a better body control for more precise movements and with the option to apply more pressure where needed.
With his massage techniques, Oleg can release your muscle tension and pain, correct your posture, shorten your recovery period after an injury, prepare your body for a competition and help your body recover faster after a competition.
His focus is on your goals and how he can adapt his work to suit them best with his skills and techniques. For maximum effect, he uses a combination of basic and advanced massage techniques in his practice.
He says: "We all agree that it is important to try harder and push yourself to your limits in both sports and career. However, we also need to understand that it is just as important to take your time to relax and recover after a long day and over thousands of years, massage has been one of the best methods to achieve this."
Eudelyn trained as a physiotherapist in Venezuela and Spain, as a massage therapist at the London School of Sports Massage (LSSM) and as a one-to-one Stott Pilates teacher in Spain.
Her extensive list of additional qualifications and specialist courses cover as diverse topics as ante and post natal pilates, shoulder rehabilitation, kinesiotaping, lumbo-pelvic stabilisation and knee rehabilitation.
With her wealth of experience and broad training, Eudelyn quickly gets to the core if what's troubling you.
If she thinks that you need exercises to get you better more quickly and help you limit the risk of similar issues in the future, she will know exactly the right ones to pick for you. Eudelyn is very patient, friendly and precise in her instructions. You will leave her knowing exactly what you are supposed to do.
Apart from sports and remedial massage, Eudelyn also offers one-to-one Pilates sessions at the clinic.
Even if you already do Pilates in a group session at your gym or elsewhere, you may want to consider doing a few one-to-one sessions so as to make sure you are getting the details right.
If you never have done Pilates before, a few one-to-one sessions will be the best way to get you started. The improvements in posture and sports performance can be very significant after only a small number of sessions.
We are currently offering these sessions (60 or 90 minutes) at introductory prices at the same fees as her massage sessions.
Cristina is a fully certified and experienced Alexander technique teacher.
She is an Alexander Technique teacher qualified by STAT, the Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique, which requires a three-year training. She is a full member of the Society and is fully insured with them as a practising Alexander Technique Teacher.
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Zohra Mouhetta always had a strong interest in health and in sports, competing nationally in volleyball in France when she grew up and training in Aikido.
She then trained as a health care professional in England looking after patients with life threatening illnesses, then added a qualification as a personal trainer and eventually also as a yoga teacher. She trained in holistic massage at the University of Twickenham and got an Ayurvedic massage therapy qualification in India, where she also studied Reiki.
At the mittelmaier clinic, Zohra offers Swedish Massage treatments in either 60 or 90 minute durations and also sports and deep tissue massage in all durations from 15-90 minutes.
As Zohra has been based for several years in Dubai, she is available at the mittelmaier clinic as a guest therapist during her visits to the UK. Please email us if she does not appear on our treatment calendar and you would like to know when she next plans to come to the UK.
Wolfgang Mittelmaier trained at the London School of Sports Massage and is a full member of the Institute of Sport and Remedial Massage.
Wolfgang founded his clinic in 2003 and has treated more than 3,400 clients since then.
Besides running the clinic, Wolfgang has a variety of interests and has worked in the past as a translator, a writer, and a theatre director.
Monika’s first contact with sports massage was through her dance training, and working with various therapist who were helping her maintain optimal physical performance, as well as providing injury prevention and rehabilitation. Now she’s putting all her experiences into working as a therapist herself.
Being a dancer, she developed a strong interest in the human body bio-mechanics, which now influences her approach to addressing any musculoskeletal issues, big and small. She uses various soft tissue techniques, but also looks at postural correction, and movement re-education as part of the treatment, with the overall goal to re-create a healthy, and efficient body movement that can be maintained in the long term.
Monika’s clients range from office workers to triathletes and dancers, but in each case she’s tailoring treatments according to individual abilities and needs.
She continues her professional development by attending CPD courses, workshops and conferences. She continues her dance training, and practices yoga.
Monika received her diploma from the London School of Sports Massage.
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