Tension Takeaway Mobile Sports Massage and Complementary Therapies

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Tension Takeaway Mobile Sports Massage and Complementary Therapies
17 Alder Gardens
TN39 5JY

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Tina Black of Tension Takeaway offers a professional and friendly complementary therapy service. Tina holds recognised qualifications with the Massage Training Institute and Vocational Training Charitable Trust in the following therapies: swedish massage, indian head massage, hot stone massage, reflexology and sports massage (QCF) Treatments are available to clients throughout Bexhill on Sea and surrounding areas. The company which is located in the lovely sea side town of Bexhill-on-sea, was set up in 2005 and Tina has over 10 years experience in complementary therapies.
Working alongside clients to reduce their symptoms of stress and disease, Tension Takeaway provides the general public and corporate sectors with a professional complementary therapy service offering beneficial treatments and practical aftercare.

Mobile and clinic based treatments are available.

Complementary therapies are helpful for many ailments, including reducing stress, easing muscular tension, fatigue, reducing blood pressure, improving circulation, easing tension headaches/migraines, lymphatic drainage and helping to restore the body back to health.

Tension Takeaway has an expanding group of clients, having moved from Essex to Bexhill-on-sea in 2007. Tina treats clients at Belle Chiropractic in Bexhill Old Town who offer Chiropractic treatments, spinal health checks and cranial sacral therapy. Tina has worked with people from large organisations, such as Barclays Bank, The Learning Skills Council, East Sussex County Council, The Prince's Trust and in the voluntary sector as well as small corporate companies, hospitals, newspapers, physiotherapists and private clients. She has also been featured on the BBC2 programme Working Lunch on how to set up a business.

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Last Updated : 6 May 2014