Rachael had a career change a few years ago when she re-trained in sports massage therapy. She went on to learn myofascial release techniques that she could use as part of her treatments.
She spent 20 years working as a marine ecologist, which took her from Ireland to Antarctica. She enjoyed a fantastic career working on Plankton, but then gave it all up to live the good life in Cumbria.
Always looking for new challenges, Rachael took part in 3 triathlons in 2014, the biggest being the worlds Hardest Half Iron Tri in Wasdale, she enjoyed the training as much as the event, and during that time realised how much sports massage could help athletes.
Rachael spent the next year training as a sports massage therapist and since then has been training in more advanced clinical massage techniques. She particularly targets the release of the fascia and trigger points, which allows her to treat people suffering from a wide variety of soft tissue related pain.
She enjoys working with people to help release areas of tension in their bodies, and empowering them to continue the work after the treatment.