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Relaxing Massage

Our massage treatments all aim to leave you feeling soothed, relaxed and revitalised.  They are marvellous for relieving aching backs, shoulders and necks and for helping the flexibility of joints. They improve circulation, speed the recovery of injured muscles, tendons and ligaments and they soothe the nervous system, which in turn has a beneficial effect on digestion and sleep patterns. Massage is an excellent maintenance treatment.







Our massage treatments include:

Sports Massage
For all those participating in sports exercise. The aim is to ensure performance, speed recovery from injury and prevent future injury. For more information click here.

Remedial Massage
Remedial massage, in combination with a few essential oils to aid relaxation, is a form of deep tissue massage and is performed to loosen 'knotty' and tense areas of the body and promote relaxation.

Therapeutic Massage
Gentle and soothing. It calms the nervous system, reduces stress levels and eases muscular tension, improving sleep patterns and digestion.



Judith Cooper ISRM CNHC

I have worked with the team at Trinity House since 2000. As a fully qualified Soft Tissue Therapist, I have high level qualifications in sport, remedial and therapeutic massage, I am a member of the Institute of Sport and Remedial Massage and I am also registered with the government’s Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council so you are in very safe and experienced hands.  

I am passionate about my work and my clients range from young athletes preparing for competition to office workers with neck pain due to postural issues and people in their 70’s and 80’s wanting to retain comfortable movement.. and everything in between. I do not have a ‘typical’ client and every single treatment is tailored to the needs of the individual after careful consultation, so you need not worry that you are going to receive a vigorous deep tissue treatment when what you really need is gentle soothing work...and vice versa! My goal is to improve soft tissue function and help you feel more comfortable in your body as well as helping you to understand how you may help yourself.  

I offer hour and half hour appointments. Half hour sessions tend to be quite targeted at particular issues; perhaps a stiff neck or tight calf muscle and hour long sessions obviously offer more time for other things; they are also better if you are suffering with stress or anxiety and need to really unwind.  

Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions; particularly if you have never had a massage treatment before and you are feeling a little hesitant. Many of my clients started out like that and are still coming 15 years on!  

I am also qualified to use the following: Myofascial release, Neuromuscular therapy, Muscle Energy Technique, Soft Tissue Release, Hot stone therapy



Melanie Power


I gained my VTCT qualification in Sports Massage Therapy in 2016 from Manchester School of Massage and I am a member of the federation of holistic therapies.  Whilst completing my training, I was fortunate to work alongside John Honey physiotherapist, Ross Whiteside at the Macclesfield Harriers on a monthly basis, where I gained a more in-depth understanding of running injuries and rehab exercises.  I then joined the team at Trinity House Practice in October 2016.


Being a keen runner, I have taken part in all disciplines and also take part in regular gym fitness classes.  This has helped developed my understanding of the injuries that can happen and the stresses placed on the body during sports.  I appreciate with any injury or muscle dysfunction be it from gardening, DIY or an environmental factor such as sitting at a desk for long hours, the physiological and psychological effects of this can be major and prevent a person from performing their chosen activity.  I take a knowledge based and caring approach to help alleviate symptoms and help treat the injury or dysfunction.


I treat a wide variety of people from office based workers, retired clients, carers and sports men and women from all levels of sport.  On initial consultation, I will assess and put together an individual plan for treatment and give exercises where appropriate to aid rehab, reviewing progress at each appointment and adapting treatment as required.


I am fully first aid qualified and have a further qualification in Deep Tissue and Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF).  PNF is a more advanced form of flexibility stretching training that involves both the stretching and contraction of the muscle group being targeted.  I have also completed a course in fascial taping.

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