Soft Tissue Massage


Soft tissue massage helps improve circulation, relax the body and increase the range of movement; it is used in the majority of injuries.

Joint Mobilisation and Manipulation


Joints can become stiff following injury, be a result of poor posture or simply as symptom of ageing.

Mobilising joints can increase movement and decrease pain; sometimes, however, a stronger technique is required when the joint/s are manipulated (made to 'click').

Muscle activation


This is a powerful treatment with instant results; it uses reflex points to activate the main stabilising muscles in the body.

Treatment starts with the hips and pelvis, works down through the legs and then to the upper body; this results in the body being balanced which in turn allows the nervous system to 'calm down'.

Muscle Activation can be very effective in treating back pain, neck pain, sports injuries, muscle imbalance and stress.

Functional Fascial Taping


This is a taping technique that decreases pain, assists function and encourages normal movement patterns.

Function Fascial Taping can be used for chronic low back pain, tennis elbow, shoulder impingement, carpal tunnel, plantar fasciitis and ankle pain.

Myofascial Release


Fascial is fibrous tissue that surrounds and separates all muscles and organs and there are connections that run from the head to the toes.

Myofascial Release gently releases tension in the fascial connections between muscles which can help mobility and reduce pain.

It is very effective for back pain, neck pain, sports injuries, chronic pain and muscle sprains.

Exercise Programs


Treatments are generally combined with a tailor made exercise programme to address an individual’s needs and designed to improve flexibility and strengthen muscles.



Craniosacral techniques are gentle and use light touch; they can be used anywhere on the body, not just the spine and head. They release and balance structures and will work on all the body’s systems, including the nervous and digestive systems.

These techniques are effective on any injury or condition and work particularly well with the young and elderly.

For more information or to book an appointment,
call us on 020 8397 8629 or email us

Our therapists' registrations & associations

National Council for Hypnotherapy

Georgina Sayce

British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy

Paula Tarr

British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy

Beverley Jane Simpkins

British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy

Mike Broadbent

British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy

Barbara Riddell

Complimentary & Natural Healthcare Council

Eva Escofet, Maria Burke, Rachel Ward, Catherine Morgan

British Association for Applied Nutrition & Nutritional Therapy

Eva Escofet, Maria Burke, Rachel Ward, Catherine Morgan

The National Counselling Society

Beverley Jane Simpkins

The British Psychological Society

Dr Gurpreet Kaur

AThe National Counselling Society

Dr Gurpreet Kaur,
Dr Julia Woollatt

UK Council for Psychotherapy

Geraldine McEwan,
Dr Gauri Beecroft

Neurolinguistic Psychotherapy and Counselling Association

Geraldine McEwan

Association for Traditional Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture UK

Dorothy Liu

The British Institute for Allergy and Environmental Therapy

Sue Leader

British Complementary Medicine Association

Sue Leader

The Society of Homeopaths

Sue Leader

General Medical Council Registration

Dr Diane Keith

Chartered Society of Physiotherapists

Sara Davis

Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists

Sara Davis

General Osteopathic Council

Marco Antonetto,
Alessia Iannibelli

Buteyko Breathing Educators Association

Declan Clark

Functional Medicine Coaching Academy

Rachel Ward

The Complementary Medical Association

Alison Van Haeften

Surrey Centre for Natural Health is not an organisational member of the organisations listed above and is therefore not affiliated or accountable to them.