Treatments by appointment only. Appointments available:

  1. Tuesday 9am – 7pm
  2. Wednesday 9am – 7pm
  3. Thursday 9am – 7pm
  4. Friday 9am – 7pm
  5. Saturday 7:45am – 2pm

First visit 75min – £75 – consultation 30mins + treatment 45mins

Following visits 45mins – £50 – myofascial release, deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, pinopressure, sports massage

146 Allerton Road, Liverpool, L18 2DH

First Visit

If it’s your first visit we will go through the process of consultation which lasts about 30 minutes. We will talk about your trauma history, medical history, lifestyle and about your main concerns. We will check your posture and range of movement in your joints. All this to find the cause of your problem and which techniques will be most appropriate.

If there are no contraindications we can proceed to the treatment which will take 45mins – medical acupuncture, or different forms of massage therapy – myofascial release, deep tissue massage, pinopressure, deep trigger point therapy etc.


You can park on the street just in front of the clinic if there is space avaible. We are on one-way road with spaces available on both sides of the road.

When you reach the clinic between “Age uk” charity shop and “Yummy green” takeaway, white door will lead you to our premises. There’s a set of 12 steps to get to the recepetion area. If you are using a wheel chair unfortunatelly we don’t have a lift.


1. Make sure you give us a call before your visit if you have any flu, cold or covid symptoms. We will then rearrange your appointment to when you will feel better. DO NOT COME TO THE OFFICE IF YOU ARE GENERALLY UNWELL

2. We will NOT provide you with a treatment if you are under the influence of alcohol or drugs. If you are hangovered it’s better to rearrange your appointment as well.

3. Drink extra cup/bottle of water, to stay hydrated during your treatment.

4. Don’t eat any heavy meals 1 hour prior to your treatment.

5. Don’t drink any caffeineited bevereages 1 hour prior to your appointment.

6. If you experience strong and persisstent pain that is present during the night and changing the position doesn’t ease the pain, consult your GP first.

7. If you take any long term prescription drugs, consult your GP before coming for your visit