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About Me

Calvin Finn is a fully qualified and insured professional massage therapist, with diplomas in Anatomy and Physiology, Sports, Deep Tissue, Thai Yoga, Lymphatic and Holistic Massage.

He is a member of the:

  • Independent Council of Holistic Therapists (through the Federation of Holistic Therapists)
  • Independent Professional Therapists International
  • Complementary Therapists Association (through Embody)
  • Thai Healing Alliance

Independently, and as a member of these internationally recognised professional bodies, he undertakes continuous professional development, which includes:

  • Swedish Massage
  • Therapeutic Massage
  • Sports and Remedial Massage
  • Deep Tissue Massage
  • Lymphatic Drainage
  • Thai Yoga Massage (with Christine Townley)
  • Advanced Thai Yoga Massage (with Andrea Baglioni)
  • Osteo Thai Yoga Massage (with David Lutt)
  • Nerve Touch Thai Yoga Massage with Medicinal Herb Packs (with Lek Chaiya's school in Chiang Mai, Thailand)
  • Thai Acupresure (with Noam Tyroler)
  • Advanced Stretching
  • Ayurvedic Facial Massage
  • Soft Tissue Release
  • Myofascial Release
  • Neuromuscular and Muscle Energy Techniques
  • Trigger Point Therapy
  • Sports Strapping and Taping (inc. Rocktape)
  • Emergency First Aid

Calvin Finn worked as a massage therapist for three years at the Sussex Beacon, a medical and respite centre in Brighton, East Sussex, providing complementary massage therapy to all residential clients. He has also worked as a first aider/sports massage therapist for the development team of the Heathfield and Waldron Rugby Club, and with the osteopathy Back to Health team at the Falaise Freedom Fitness Centre in Hastings. In addition to seeing private clients, he also works with the Battle Healthy Living Clinic, Battle High Street. Calvin Finn has also published the following article (please right click on the link below to download the file):

'Positive benefits of massage for people living with HIV' (published Nov/Dec 2007, International Therapist, Issue 79)

 

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