February 5, 2014 – Edinburgh, UK – Bodyworks Edinburgh http://www.bodyworksedinburgh.com has only been up for nine months but has already started expanding its range of massage services in Edinburgh. Two new collaborators have been hired, not only to meet the demand for massage in Edinburgh, but also to diversify and expand the range of treatments offered to clients.
When Bodyworks started, it was only me who worked as a massage therapist; treatments were limited to sports massage and deep tissue massage. I felt that I was quickly building a good reputation and a large customer base, so much so that I received inquiries that I just couldn’t handle on my own. I needed help. So I decided the time had come for another staff member ?? says Nicki Llewellyn, founder of Bodyworks Edinburgh. The hiring of new employee Michal Barvik, also skilled in sports and deep tissue massage, has enabled Bodyworks Edinburgh to hire new clients and meet the demand for restorative massages in Edinburgh, including sports and tissue massage. deep Edinburgh http: //www.bodyworksedinburgh .com / remedial-deep-tissue-massage /. These treatments are not only for athletes and active people, many people with office jobs require treatment due to repetitive strain injuries or the development of poor posture which puts strain on the body. adds Nicki Llewellyn, Founder and Massage Therapist at Bodyworks Edinburgh.
The second massage therapist hired, Loraine Mackay, enabled Bodyworks Edinburgh to expand its range of treatments even further. ?? Most of the requests we received were for Swedish massages. Since this was a in-demand service, I decided it was best to hire a therapist who could offer this service and a few others that I wanted to start providing as well. Loraine is skilled in Swedish massage techniques, so she is able to offer her clients a back massage or a full body massage using classic Swedish techniques. Also, she recently qualified in Edinburgh Hot Stone Massage http://www.bodyworksedinburgh.com/hot-stone-massage/ and Indian Head Massage which was awesome. We now offer a range of services that I am really happy with and our customers seem to like ?? says Nicki Llewellyn, founder of Bodyworks Edinburgh.
For more information on Bodyworks Edinburgh and their new massage services, you can visit http://www.bodyworksedinburgh.com/treatments/.
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- Nicki llewellyn
- Founder / Massage Therapist
- Bodyshells Edinburgh
- (44) 07707 412 033
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