Clinical Massage Therapies

Clinical Sports & Remedial Massage Therapy

Sports Massage is not just for sports people.  Whatever your age, activity level, health condition or occupation,  regular targeted massage by a clinically qualified therapist can be hugely beneficial.

Physical Benefits

– Decreases muscle tension and stiffness

– Promotes faster healing of muscles, tendons and ligaments

– Provides greater joint flexibility

– Reduces pain, lessens formation of excessive scar tissue

– Improves circulation of the blood and movement of lymph fluid

– Rectifies posture allowing for better weight distribution on your joints

– Alleviates the physical symptoms of stress

Hot Stones Fusion Massage

Hot Stone Fusion is a deeply relaxing massage treatment that will leave you with a sense of well being like no other. Using a combination of  massage skills from the holistic and clinical, this treatment can be tailored to your symptoms. The heat from the stones warms up the muscles very quickly and allows for a deep treatment and so is as relevant and therapeutic for sports injuries as it is relaxation.

Physical Benefits

– Pain relief

– Decreases muscle tension and stiffness

– Alleviates the physical symptoms of stress

Pregnancy Massage

From the very start, your body changes to accommodate new life and you have to mentally prepare for your new arrival. Massage treatments offer many fantastic benefits and even more so during and after pregnancy. Here are some of the reasons why you should consider booking:

Physical Benefits

– Pain relief

– Helps with general or more specific aches and pains (Back, legs and all over maybe?)

– Work with or around your heartburn, morning sickness and nausea

– Assists with fluid retention

– Can reduce carpal tunnel syndrome

– Relieve muscle strain caused by childbirth and promote recovery from a caesarean birth

Our Practitioners:

Annie Hehir holds a BSc. (Hons). Degree in Applied Sports Science, a BTEC Lvl. 5 Dip. Soft Tissue / Clinical Sports and Remedial Massage Therapist. She is a fully qualified Sports Massage Therapist, Advanced Biomechanics Coach and Clinical Pilates Instructor. In addition, Annie has further training in pregnancy massage, pre- and post-natal Pilates, kinesiology taping and podiatric biomechanics.

For three years, Annie was the Lead Sports Therapist for the London Lions professional basketball team based at the Olympic Park. She has also worked in Cobham and Horsley for over eight years.

Annie enjoys treating and teaching clients from all areas of life and sport with clients who’s issues are related to all kinds of lifestyles.  From desk workers, to international jet setters, builders and gardeners, weekend warriors, fitness instructors, Olympic medal winning athletes and everything in between.

(Annie is currently on Maternity leave until Spring 2021)

Click here to book in with Annie online.

Hannah Bellamy holds a BTEC level 6 certification in Advanced Sports and Clinical Massage from the Jing Institute in Brighton. This is the highest qualification of its kind currently available in the UK.

Hannah has over 5 years experience in the industry and is also qualified in female abdominal massage, pregnancy massage and “hot stone fusion” treatments.

Hannah is passionate about helping clients with chronic pain and integrates remedial exercise programs into her treatment plans.

Hannah is also fluent in English, French and Spanish should you feel more comfortable speaking in your own language.

Click here to book with Hannah Online. 


A: Although our therapists are highly qualified, Clinical Massage Therapists are not primary health care professionals and do not diagnose injuries or prescribe medical treatment.  The scope of a Clinical Massage Therapist is to assess and treat minor soft tissue injuries, such as sprains and strains, general muscular aches and imbalances.  Clients with a new injury or unexplained pain that requires diagnosis should see one of our Chiropractors or Physiotherapists.

If you are unsure, please speak to one of our team.

Your treatment will begin with a biomechanical and postural assessment.

It is recommended you to wear loose clothing and bring a pair of shorts you can move in.

Clients are covered at all times during treatment and will only be asked to take off items of clothing if they are comfortable to do so.

Treatment may include:  light or deep tissue massage techniques; mobilisation and stretching; soft tissue release; hots stones and massage using massage tools, Myofascial cupping, muscle energy techniques; kinesiology taping and remedial exercise.

Treatment will be tailored to your needs.

Therapist – Annie Colman

Sports Massage Guildford


Clinical Sports & Remedial Massage Therapy (Annie & Hannah)

Your first session will be 60 minutes, as the therapist will need carry out an assessment.

Following treatments may be 60 or 40 minutes.

60 Minutes  = £60.00

40 Minutes =  £42.00

Hot Stones Fusion Massage (Hannah)

60 Minutes = £75.00

How to book:

Book Online Here

T: 01483 562 830

Annie working at the Olympic Park