Hello! How lovely to be able to connect with you via this platform and to tell you a little bit more about myself and reflexology. How I have missed seeing patients through this latest lockdown. I cannot wait to get back into the clinic and treat your bodies and minds through the magic of your feet.
I am Isabel Tuppen, and I am passionate about caring for people. From the very old to the very young, I truly believe that everyone can benefit from the gentle, healing powers of reflexology. (more…)
“I arrived at Boxgrove feeling defeated with various aches and pains and feeling very low. You arrive with warm welcome from Roxy who is delightful and super efficient with the bookings. I have had treatment with Alice Driver and Ian Linane. Both have made a huge difference to my mobility, working towards becoming pain free, confidence to move, how to gain strength and therefore improve my general physical and mental health. The high level of kind encouraging support and expertise is impressive. I feel incredibly fortunate that I have The Boxgrove on my doorstep..”
Hi everyone, gosh we miss you all! Its great to have this platform to allow us to chat to you and to talk about everything anatomical that we love!
For those of you who haven’t been treated by me, my name is Georgina. I am a soft tissue therapist, and a water sport fanatic. It was actually water sports that brought me into this wonderful profession and led me to studying all things soft tissue. (more…)
“Fabulous team of people at The Boxgrove. The location is lovely, people are welcoming and friendly and really care. The place is spotless, with all Covid protocols in place and strictly adhered to. I felt safe in their hands. Thanks all!”
Acupuncture has been used in the Eastern world for thousands of years. In the past few decades, Western medicine has shown growing interest in acupuncture and its positive effects on the body. As a result, a great deal of scientific research has been done into the treatment of musculoskeletal pain using needles.
“From the moment you step into the Boxgrove you are greeted with a smile and made to feel most welcome. The Boxgrove is bright and comfortable with a lot to offer everyone. A special mention to Roxy who is always so charming and helpful.”
Myofascial cupping is an ancient Chinese therapy which dates back to 300 B.C. The initial cups were actually animal horns. Thankfully we have come a long way since then, and the therapy involves placing plastic cups on the skin to create a vacuum. The vacuum forms an upward stretch to the top layers of soft tissue, such as the skin and superficial layers of fascia… (more…)