Meet Sally Page

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I can’t recommend Sally highly enough. Excellent massages that are tailored to my needs. As I’m perpetually injured, I always arrive with a new problem for Sally to solve. She always gets to the route [sic] of the problem and alleviates the pain / irritation, whilst also managing to send me off super relaxed at the end of each session.
— RG

About Me

Sally knows bodies, how they move, how they communicate and how we use and abuse them ... after all she started her professional life studying to become a dancer, until a career ending injury. Sally then retrained as an arts manger and co-founded two professional arts organisations. She remains the company manager for Dance Blast, a community dance organisation and registered charity based in Wales, which she continues to undertake a couple of days per week. 

Sally understands and believes that massage is a wonderful way to re-balance and revitalise the body, helping us all to function fully and live a healthy life. She has always had an interest in how the body works and moves, which is why she chose to train as a massage therapist. Through her own injury and her work with dancers she has witnessed first hand the benefits of treatment and regular massage can have.

Sally graduated from Bristol College of Massage and Bodywork, the leading massage training college in the South West and is a member of the Massage Training Institute.

Sally is a keen road cyclist, hill walker, has two dogs and two grown up children.


Sally is a lovely, warm, approachable and professional therapist. I highly recommend her tailored approach and treatment specific to my needs.
— LW

Qualifications

  • Remedial & Sports Massage Diploma - Massage Training Institute (MTI) Level 5 Diploma through Bristol College of Massage & Bodywork (BCMB)

Sally is a complete natural at massage therapy. I speak as someone who has had bad experience of previous massages, finding them just too painful and so avoiding them. Sally is very skilful and massages with considerable empathy. I wouldn’t hesitate to turn to her again if / when the need arises.
— RB