Soft Tissue Therapists

Kate Channon Soft Tissue Therapist

After qualifying as a Soft Tissue Therapist in 2004 Kate has been working with a dynamic range of clients. These range from those that do sport as a hobby to elite athletes in sports such as Triathlon, Swimming, Diving, Power lifting, Football, Athletics and Netball. Kate’s clients are not all 3restricted to sports and she has a number of clients that utilise Soft Tissue Therapy to improve posture and pain caused by everyday life. Read more.

Ian Mitchell Soft Tissue Therapist

Soft Tissue Therapy

Ian qualified with an advanced diploma in sports massage in 2001 and has been working with the clinic for four years. He has previously worked for Castleford Tigers, Leeds United Football club and various premier league footballers. Ian is now working for the Rugby Football League and British Triathlon, in addition to his hours at the clinic. Read more.

Julianna Richardson Soft Tissue Therapist

Julianna graduated from Teesside university as a sports therapist and has four years experience working as a soft tissue therapist treating a variety of injuries and conditions including sport injuries and injuries that may occur in everyday life.

She uses a wide range of deep tissue techniques when applying massage and includes rehabilitation exercise programmes as part of her treatment to help in injury prevention. Read more.

Elizabeth Burrows Soft Tissue Therapist

Liz qualified in July 2016 with a diploma in sports massage therapy and competed at elite level in triathlon for a number of years.

Liz has always had an avid interest in strength and conditioning and injury prevention after suffering a number of injuries as a triathlete. She has been practicing for just over a year as a mobile therapist and has treated a number of cyclists, runners and swimmers due to her background in these disciplines. She also has an MSc in sports psychology and believes that good sports performance can only be achieved though adopting a holistic approach, maintaining a healthy body and mind. Read more.