Jessica Yeo runs Hemel Massage and works alongside Glen Robbins from Hemel Physio, at the Hemel Physio and Massage Centre – conveniently located in Apsley, Hemel Hempstead. They work together along with other members of the team to give the best manual therapy and rehab services around.
Jessica is passionate about what she does – “I love massage and body work, and endeavour to provide my clients with the best treatments available providing maximum benefits. I want my clients to respond to the treatments and get better!”
Jessica has built up an extensive client base at Hemel Massage including sports men, woman, and children, people recovering from injuries or operations, ski instructors, and people that have back neck and shoulder issues from too much computer work. Everyone at Hemel Massage is pleased to have built up the clinic and now have many referrals from local GP’s in the area.
Jessica has been practising general massage since 2007 where she qualified from MSCM at Mount Vernon Hospital. Since then she has added lots of other courses and experience to her portfolio, such as hot stone therapy, facial massage and maternity massage, but her true passion lies in therapeutic massage and increasing the general feeling of wellbeing.
In July 2018 Hemel Massage were awarded a Shining Star Business Award from Mums Unltd, which recognises local businesses who are caring, supportive and who make a real contribution to the community.
Carol has been practicing massage now for over 30 years. Originally trained as a deep tissue massage therapist in Surrey, she advanced herself by working for people and places that were as passionate about massages as she is, and has worked for several establishments over the years including London Chelsea.
Carol strongly believes that a massage is a very personal experience and will always try to give you the massage that you want, so take a little time to tell her what makes a perfect massage for you.
Carol is delighted to be working on the team at Hemel Massage.
Sophie Graduated in 2017 from the University of Bedfordshire with a BSC Hons Sports Therapy. She has worked along side other therapists at Rugby Clubs both pitch side and in the treatment room. She is ready to trade the muddy pitches for the warmth and comfort of the Hemel Massage treatment room!
As an avid sportswoman herself, she believes that regular massage reduces stress and increases relaxation but is key in injury prevention and recovery.
Sophie’s aim is to keep you in the sports that you love and to get you back to your best by treating and preventing injury / re-injury as quickly and safely as possible.
Sophie cannot wait to be using her massage skills within the Hemel Massage Team.
Sanchia is an experienced Reflexologist, as well as massage and ear candling therapist. She is fully ITEC qualified having gained her diplomas with the Middlesex School of Complementary Medicine and the Association of Reflexologists. She is a member of the Association of Reflexologists.
“Everyone who tries Reflexology realised it is so much more then just a foot massage”, says Sanchia. She has seen first hand the amazing results of this treatment on soothing stress levels. But also it’s ability to rebalance symptoms of pregnancy, help circulation, boost immune system, support of fertility, balance menopause, settle digestive problems, reduce headaches, help back issues and many other symptoms.
Winnie is a passionate Reflexologist and Massage Therapist, she received her ITEC qualifications at the Middlesex School of Complementary Medicine. She is also trained in Reflexology Lymph Drainage (RLD) by Sally Kay, the founder of RLD; as well as Maternity Reflexology.
Winnie truly believes in what she does, and having worked in the Corporate world, she has seen and experienced the effects of how absorbed we are in our stressful day to day lives that we forget how to put our health first. Her aim to is help you to relax and rebalance the body to enable you to achieve a state of optimum function with your daily life.
Joanne Mullins is a Level 5 Sports Massage therapist who has previously worked as a therapist in large blue-chip companies in London.
Having previously worked as an IT professional, she knows from personal experience how easy it is to slump at your desk, or improvise where you work from e.g. your sofa, kitchen table etc all the toll that takes on you back, neck & shoulders. This has been all too common during lockdown.
Issues with poor posture herself triggered her training as a massage therapist. Joanne customises each treatment to the client’s needs and has extensive experience with clients who want their “knots” released and wanting to relax at the same time.
On the sports side, she has loads of experience treating people who work all day and then rush to fit in a run or a gym session at lunchtime or before work and pick up niggles or simply have “heavy tired legs” after a long run at the weekend.
Joanne also specialises in reflexology, pregnancy massage, and will be able to sort out all your aches, pains and niggles.