Lola Whiting
Sports Massage Therapy

Pain isn’t normal

About Me

I am driven by helping to show people that being in pain, and suffering with aches or limited range of movement is not something you should have to put up with.

Too many people see pain, restriction and injuries as normal. As a result, I am passionate about changing this perception.

I’m a level 5 Remedial and Sports Massage Therapist who uses biomechanics alongside a combination of remedial, sports and holistic massage techniques with spinal mobilisation to achieve the desired result whether its injury rehabilitation, a long standing niggle or ache. To ensure prolonged and successful results, I supply all of my clients with bespoke remedial exercise and stretching programmes.

I am a recognised member of the Massage Training Institute, who hold high standards to ensure that all clients receive safe, regulated treatment.

I am proud to be registered with the Complimentary & Natural Healthcare Council who hold a high standard of practice with purpose no other than to protect the public through codes of ethics, conduct and performance.

Treatment FAQs

Have a question? You may find the answer you are looking for in the FAQ section below. We aren’t all the same, so if you can’t find the answer you’re looking for, or you would like to discuss your question in more detail – please feel free to send me a message or call!

All enquiries are treated as confidential.

What are the benefits of Soft Tissue Therapy?

Decrease stress and anxiety, improve mobility, relief from aches and pain, injury prevention and recovery, event readiness, and increase of blood circulation.

Does it hurt?

No pain, lots to gain!

Some techniques may cause slight soreness, but you will be offered alternatives if you aren’t comfortable receiving them.

What if I have a recent injury?

Depending on the nature of the injury, and advice from your doctor massage may promote healing. This would need assessing on an individual basis.

What if I’m pregnant?

As long as you are past your first trimester, and you have the go-ahead from your midwife – sports massage can have many benefits.

What can I expect?

Your first appointment will consist of a consultation; inclusive of a postural assessment, discussion of treatment goals, treatment methods, what it will feel like, treatment plan and prognosis.

What if you don’t think you can help?

I will write a referral letter for you, and advise you of what healthcare professional I think would be best to approach and why.

How many treatments will I need?

This varies depending on your needs, lifestyle, and how long your complaint has been ongoing.

I will be sure to discuss this with you at consultation.

What if I have a chronic pathology?

Sports massage may not be able to cure existing pathology, but it may be able to help you manage pain and ease your symptoms with regular treatments.

Treatment FAQs

Have a question? You may find the answer you are looking for in the FAQ section below. We aren’t all the same, so if you can’t find the answer you’re looking for, or you would like to discuss your question in more detail – please feel free to send me a message or call!

All enquiries are treated as confidential.

What are the benefits of Soft Tissue Therapy?

Decrease stress and anxiety, improve mobility, relief from aches and pain, injury prevention and recovery, event readiness, and increase of blood circulation.

Does it hurt?

No pain, lots to gain!

Some techniques may cause slight soreness, but you will be offered alternatives if you aren’t comfortable receiving them.

What if I have a recent injury?

Depending on the nature of the injury, and advice from your doctor massage may promote healing. This would need assessing on an individual basis.

What if I’m pregnant?

As long as you are past your first trimester, and you have the go-ahead from your midwife – sports massage can have many benefits.

What can I expect?

Your first appointment will consist of a consultation; inclusive of a postural assessment, discussion of treatment goals, treatment methods, what it will feel like, treatment plan and prognosis.

What if you don’t think you can help?

I will write a referral letter for you, and advise you of what healthcare professional I think would be best to approach and why.

How many treatments will I need?

This varies depending on your needs, lifestyle, and how long your complaint has been ongoing.

I will be sure to discuss this with you at consultation.

What if I have a chronic pathology?

Sports massage may not be able to cure existing pathology, but it may be able to help you manage pain and ease your symptoms with regular treatments.

Services + Pricing

Great for stress releasing, tension relieving deep tissue massage. Give yourself the time to relax and unwind! 60 Minute treatments are also great if you have more than one area of focus for a sports or remedial massage, or want to really get down to the route cause of a reoccurring issue. 

Perhaps you want the productive benefit of a sports or remedial massage in addition to the relaxing experience of a deep tissue massage? 60 minutes gives plenty of time for a bit of both! 

£44

Discounts available for Armed Forces, Emergency Services and NHS

Still plenty of time for an amazing, restorative deep tissue massage, or a productive sports/remedial massage on a particular area of focus – just leaving you time to pop in and out during your lunch break! 

£38

Discounts available for Armed Forces, Emergency Services and NHS

Perfect for follow-up, maintenance treatments once you’re on the road to recovery! 

£29

Discounts available for Armed Forces, Emergency Services and NHS

Had an amazing massage last night! Thank you Lola - feel like a cloud today! Fully recommended!

vickimoon201via Instagram

I saw Lola a few weeks ago with my shoulders in a tight & painful mess from loads if swimming. Really pleased to say that after seeing her i'm pain free & can continue to do my triathlons! She is lovely & warm & really makes you feel at ease. Defo give her a shout!

Jess James Farmervia Facebook

Lola has been treating me for a number of months. She is professional, knowledgable and more importantly, supportive and keen to offer preventative measures to ensure you are aware of the rationale behind the process. I couldn't praise and recommend Lola highly enough.

Russ Paynevia Facebook

I had never had a sports massage before but Lola was excellent, very professional, she made me feel very comfortable and the next day I felt amazing! I would definitely recommend her for any issues you may have 🙂

Vicky Leamingvia Facebook

I would recommend Lola's services to anyone, she had been helping me with an injured shoulder and besides the massages she also offers advice. If you have an injury go and see her as is exceptional.

Kate Martinvia Facebook

Blog

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Contact & Hours

If you have any questions or would like to book, please get in touch via the options below.

Due to the nature of my job, it is difficult for me to answer the phone and return calls. For a quicker response – it’s best to send me an email or text. Please include your name and days/times best suited for you. Queries over the weekend will be responded to on Monday.

I will not return any missed calls that are not followed up with a voicemail or text.

Mon: 09:30-18:00
Tue: 06:00-10:00 & 14:30-18:00
Wed:  06:00-14:30
Thu: 10:00-18:30
Fri: 06:00-14:30

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