Manual Therapy London2024-07-04T10:03:29+00:00


Hands-on techniques that may alleviate pain, improve mobility, and enhance your overall well-being. Discover the healing power of manual therapy. Our expert practitioners use physical therapy that involves the skilled, hands-on manipulation of soft tissues and joints to address various musculoskeletal issues causing pain, mobility challenges and well-being.



Manual Therapy at Omnia in London

Manual Therapy London

Unlock healing with Manual Therapy: hands-on techniques for pain relief and well-being

Discover manual therapy, a hands-on approach to healthcare focusing on healing, pain relief, and overall well-being. Experience healing through manual therapy at Omnia. Our specialised therapists tailor hands-on techniques to alleviate pain and promote well-being, addressing your unique needs for effective relief.


Treatment Duration Price
Sports Massage  30 Minutes
60 Minutes
Remedial (Deep Tissue Massage) 30 Minutes
60 Minutes
Myoskeletal 30 Minutes
60 Minutes

Manual therapy techniques at Omnia:

Our range of manual therapies is designed to cater to your unique needs and preferences.

Massage Therapy: Our traditional massage therapy offers a serene escape from everyday stresses, reinvigorating your body and mind.

Sports Massage: Designed specifically for athletes, our sports massage focuses on areas of the body that are overused and stressed from repetitive and often aggressive movements.

Deep Tissue Massage: This therapy focuses on realigning deeper layers of muscles and connective tissue. It is especially helpful for chronic aches and pains.

Myofascial Release: Our expert therapists use this technique to treat skeletal muscle immobility and pain by relaxing contracted muscles, improving blood and lymphatic circulation, and stimulating the stretch reflex in muscles.

Myoskeletal Massage Therapy: This integrative approach aims to eliminate pain, increase mobility, and enhance your body’s strength and resilience.

Energy Muscle Techniques (Isometric Stretching): This therapy employs a type of static stretching which involves the resistance of muscle groups through isometric contractions.

Trigger Point: Our therapists apply pressure to specific ‘trigger points’ on your body to alleviate pain and tension.

Remedial Massage: This therapy uses a holistic approach to treat the whole body and identify the underlying cause of any muscular dysfunction or pain.

Pregnancy Massage: Specialised for expectant mothers, our pregnancy massage therapy aims to soothe discomfort, promote relaxation, and prepare your body for childbirth. *Not suitable before 12 weeks into pregnancy

Joint Mobilisation: This therapy focuses on improving joint mobility, reducing pain, and increasing function.

Your pathway to enhanced health and well-being is just a session away.

Omnia Therapies

At a Glance

Techniques of Manual Therapy

Massage Therapy

Sports Massage

Deep Tissue Massage

Myofascial Release

Myoskeletal Massage Therapy

Energy Muscle Techniques (Isometric stretching)

Trigger Point

Remedial Massage

Pregnancy Massage

Joint Mobilisation


Treatment Time

30 – 60 minutes


Preparation Time

5 -10 minutes depending on the type of therapy

Omnia Therapies

Conditions We Treat

Musculoskeletal Injuries

Headaches & Migraines

Sports Injuries

Post-surgical Rehabilitation

Chronic Back Pain

Neck & Shoulder Pain

Knee Osteoarthritis

Sprains & Strains

Benefits of Manual Therapy:

Manual therapy offers a multitude of benefits, making it a preferred choice for individuals seeking natural healing methods. Some of these advantages include:

  • Pain Relief: Manual therapy may effectively alleviate pain from various conditions, including back pain, neck pain, and joint discomfort.
  • Improved Mobility: It enhances joint mobility and muscle flexibility, aiding in the recovery from injuries or surgery.
  • Stress Reduction: The hands-on approach can promote relaxation and reduce stress, benefiting both physical and mental well-being.
  • Enhanced Circulation: Techniques such as massage can boost blood flow, aiding in the body’s natural healing processes.
  • Personalised Care: Manual therapy sessions are tailored to individual needs, ensuring a personalised approach to treatment.

The Patient Journey

“Great deep tissue massage (by Patrick) using a variety of techniques and tools to address my specific needs. I will be visiting again!”

Ruby B – December 2023

“Great service. Feel I greatly benefited from the clinical massage treatment and advice by Patrick. Highly skilled, highly professional staff with friendly staff and the right ambience. Will book more sessions. Well done Omnia. Wish we lived closer to you. Very impressed with your state of the art machines. My plantar fasciitis has greatly improved.”

Stuart H – November 2023

“Patrick is excellent at massaging and taping my injury to reduce the pain and swelling in my knee. I recommend his treatments to anyone in pain!”

Susan L – October 2023

“I had many body therapies all around the world, but so far this is the best treatment I had and the best value for the money. The team is very professional, experienced and the customer service is 10/10. I feel much better after my treatment and my issues are almost gone now.”

Izabel V – October 2023


After the massage what should I do?2024-02-13T17:00:57+00:00

After your massage your body will be in recovery mode. Drink plenty of water and
rest as much as possible. Do not do any strenuous exercise for ideally 24 hours post
treatment to allow the body to settle and to experience the most out of your session.

What should be the frequency of the visits?2024-02-22T15:32:16+00:00

Clients are typically seen for 30 to 60 minutes per session, one to two times per week for acute and chronic conditions, for several weeks, or every 2 to 3 weeks for “maintenance,” depending on the requirement. The effects of manual therapies are cumulative, so the more frequently you receive treatment in the short to middle term, the less you will require treatment in the future. Of course, you can have a manual therapy treatment as often as you wish.

How should I prepare for my session of manual therapy?2024-02-22T15:24:07+00:00

It is beneficial to be hydrated and avoid consuming heavy meals before a massage. Consumption of alcohol or drugs is not advised and is considered a contraindication due to the potential respiratory and cardiovascular impacts they may cause. Refrain from wearing perfume, and postpone the application of body creams until after the treatment to allow our oils to penetrate your skin and enjoy their benefits fully.

What is the difference between sports, remedial and deep tissue massage?2024-02-22T15:39:37+00:00

Sports Massage – can aid the recovery of soft tissues involved in repetitive
movements such as sports, prolonged postures (sitting/driving), or manual work.
Remedial Massage – is an umbrella term for many different manual therapy
techniques. It aids in the recovery of injured soft tissues or chronic pain conditions. It
also aims to discover the root cause of pain and injury to further assist in recovery.
Deep Tissue Massage – a firm massage incorporating sustained pressure and
flowing movements to get to the deeper layers of tissues to relieve muscular tension
and can also provide relaxation.
We offer all of these services. Treatments are designed for symptom relief and to
improve movement efficiency. As such, your therapist will use a variety of massage
and manipulation techniques working with the soft tissue structures of the body, to
achieve the desired outcome for each individual.

Can I have a sports massage if I don’t do any sports?2024-02-22T15:37:07+00:00

Absolutely! Even if you do not engage in sports or exercise, your day-to-day movements can place stress and strains on your body, especially if repetitive, which can lead to ongoing issues over time. The human body was not designed for the sedentary lifestyles many of us lead today, spending hours at desk-based jobs or driving, for example. Regular sports massage can help alleviate some of these stresses and strains on your body, reducing the risk of more serious issues arising.

What are the contraindications?2024-02-22T15:35:24+00:00

This is by no means an exhaustive list, but common contraindications include:

Fever or infectious disease
Vascular conditions
Severe heart disease
Recent operations and injuries
Diabetes with vascular dysfunction
Blood disorders
Open wounds/cuts or abrasions
Contagious skin conditions

Some conditions may be localised to a specific area, so it may be possible to receive treatments in other areas. A full consultation will be completed before your first treatment, and it is your responsibility to alert the therapist to any medical conditions you may have. If you are unsure whether you may have a contraindication to massage, please consult your GP or get in touch with us.

Although many may think it would be beneficial, you should not book a massage during the acute phase of an injury – ideally, you want the initial inflammatory process to take its course before seeking treatment. Depending on the injury, we recommend waiting at least 5 days before booking your appointment. If you are unsure, please contact us.


If you have any questions, contact us; we would love to hear from you.

Alternatively, you can arrange a convenient date and time for your consultation.

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