5 million touch receptors in our skin. 3,000 in a finger tip.
There are over 640 muscles in the human body.
A 60 minute massage is about the same as 7-8 hours of sleep to your body.
There are 206 bones in an adult human body. There are about 300 at birth.
Annette Armstrong is our Lead Therapist and Director of Armstrong Massage Therapy. She is a professional massage therapist qualified in Advanced Sports and Remedial Massage, Swedish and Hot Stone Massage, Oncology Massage Therapy, Trigger Point Therapy, Functional Dry Needling and Kinesiology Taping.
Annette’s experience allows her to understand how the daily rigours of modern life can affect the mind, body and soul as she deals with a wide spectrum of issues on a daily basis in the clinic – tiredness, anxiety, poor circulation, back/neck pain, sciatica, fibromyalgia, sports related injuries the list goes on and Annette will tailor a treatment plan to suit each individual’s needs.
Annette’s passion for massage also takes her to the ‘Western School of Massage’, one of the most established massage training organisations in Scotland, where she assists in the training of new therapists.
With the clinic’s reputation and client base growing we have introduced Stuart Watt as Therapist and Director. Stuart holds a diploma in Swedish Massage, is certified in Kinesiology Taping and is currently studying Sports and Remedial Massage.
AMT also work with a number of associated massage therapists who are all of high standard and calibre and support us within the business environment and at various sporting events. As we pride ourselves on providing a professional service we have affiliated ourselves with the SMTO and CNHC.
From the client who just wants to relax and de-stress to the athlete carrying an injury or looking to relieve muscles punished by strenuous training regimes and tough competitions, Armstrong Massage Therapy can help you achieve your goals.
UK voluntary regulator for complementary therapists. CNHC was set up with government support to protect the public by providing a UK voluntary register of complementary therapists. CNHC’s register has been approved as an Accredited Register by the Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care.
The Scottish Massage Therapists Organisation (SMTO) was formed in 1992 and exists to provide a service to the public, the Massage Therapist and the profession. The SMTO also works with the General Council for Massage and Soft Tissue Therapies (GCMT) in developing and maintaining standards, and has been approved by the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC) as a verifying organisation.
My massage for my fibromyalgia was amazing!! OMG what a sleep just under 7 hours straight. I cannot remember the last time I slept that long. My back and shoulders feel amazingly loose and mobile. Thanks for working your magic. Morag x
Definitely helped my post running muscles. Very helpful and informative on the the various muscle anatomy to give me a greater understanding the cause and effect it has. Definitely thumbs up to Annette.
Thanks for the fabulous massage and advice to help with my shoulder an neck aches and pains! Feeling great!
After suffering for years from back pain a few sessions with Annette has been incredibly freeing and I've known months of good back health. Very professional and knows what she's doing!
After 6 months of carrying an injury which has been treated by two Physio's, Annette almost immediately found what the problem was!!!! Cannot recommend this lady enough!!! Fantastic experience and extremely grateful to Annette for finally finding the site of the injury.