Sports massage is a deep form of soft tissue work, using a variety of techniques, that can be applied in both the sporting and non-sporting context.

Liney McDonald

BA (Hons), LSSM Level 5 Member of the SMA.

Liney qualified as a Sports and Remedial Massage therapist in 2010 and holds the highest level of accreditation from the association of Soft Tissue Therapists.

Liney started her career at Worthing Rugby Club working alongside a team of physios and an osteopath. During that time, she learnt extensive Soft Tissue Therapy skills and developed a keen interest in fixing shoulder and neck issues.

From 2012, she spent three years working at a highly-regarded physiotherapy clinic in West Sussex and in 2015 she started her own private clinic. She has been part of the Ultimate Drive Team at Goodwood since 2015. In 2016, she and her co-Directors established The Boxgrove Clinic.

Every treatment that Liney provides is bespoke and tailored to the individual. She has a strong belief that a treatment should not be painful and does not believe in the philosophy of ‘No Pain No Gain’. She works closely with each patient to achieve results. For those that are interested she prides herself in being able to help her patients understand why they have the issue in the first place and what they can do to prevent it returning. Her treatments are a two-way process with hands on input from Liney and feedback from her patients.

Paul Frawley

BSc (Hons), SMA (Level 4), HCPC registered as Physiotherapist

Paul completed a degree in Sports Rehabilitation in 2000 and is a member of the British Association of Sports Rehabilitators and Athletic Trainers (BASRaT) and Sports Massage Association (Level 4). He has worked with the Rugby Football Union for 16 years with various age groups and for the last 8 years continues as Soft Tissue Therapist/Rehabiliator with the England Senior Team.

Paul has extensive experience in the treatment of shoulder, hip and lower back dysfunction and pain. Treatments are very much hands-on with the aim of reducing pain, enhancing movement and allowing return to normal function/sporting activity. This may include joint and active soft tissue mobilizations, intramuscular dry needling (IMS) and functional exercises. He has a special interest in using Pilates as part of the rehabilitation process having completed the Polestar comprehensive rehabilitation modules.

‘Training preparation’ is a key part of Paul’s philosophy. This includes flexibility/mobility, stability and functional exercises in preparation for sporting activity, with the aim of reducing injury risk and allowing you to continue to enjoy your sport.