We help your body to keep up with your life.
We work to help your body to keep up with your life. We take each of our members on a treatment journey: rehabilitate, regenerate, relax.
- Sports Massage
- Pregnancy Massage
Lime Tree House
Hyntle Barn Clinic
Silver Hill, Hintlesham
We help your body to keep up with you life through our treatment journey:
Rehabilitate - We offer a support network of specialist practitioners who work to help restore you to your optimum health. Our team specialise in your physical health, movement, body structure and function.
Regenerate - Once on the road to recovery we work with you to ensure your body is functioning efficiently. Our specialists collaborate to retrain your body’s movement and ability to recover.
Relax - We train your body to keep up with your life. Our specialists work together to formulate classes and workshops that help you to achieve sustainable health.
We believe in vitality and health. We believe this should be the norm in every persons life. So we work for sustainable health by helping your body keep up with your life.
We do this by bringing together a support network of specialist practitioners who collaborate to help positively effect our individual members lives.
As a member of Hyntle Barn Clinic you will be taken through our treatment journey on a path unique to your body.
We are a small and evolving team of specialist practitioners working closely together to assist our patients in helping their body to keep up with their individual lives.
We are not a gym or a quick fix clinic. We support many sports teams and gyms with the rehabilitation of their clients and team members, as we work with our patients to find the root cause of an issue, to help achieve their goals and to assist their body in becoming more resistant to the everyday stresses and pressures of life.
We have a very clear treatment journey that patients can enter and leave at any stage, or travel around to manage their health. This treatment journey also forms our ethos: Rehabilitate, Regenerate, Relax.
I am often asked the question 'How do I know I need a deep tissue/sports massage?'. The truth is that deep tissue massage, whether you're active or not, is beneficial to everyone. It helps in the prevention of injury, increases speed of recovery, aid
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