James DuffinIntegrative Neuromuscular Therapy

James offers Integrative Neuromuscular Therapy (INMT) which is an in depth form of massage therapy applying specific soft tissue therapy techniques to alleviate the symptoms of acute and chronic pain syndromes.

It differs to regular sports massage in that the aim of INMT is to restore structural integrity of the musculoskeletal system by a method of identifying postural distortions and dysfunctional movement patterns. This method allows the therapist to design a treatment protocol that locates and releases spasmodic and hyper-contracted tissues improving flexibility, muscle function and therefore restoring proper bio mechanics. INMT leads to lasting results because the approach is holistic, comprehensive and aims to restore structural integrity of the musculoskeletal system for long term health.


James is available for appointment on the second Thursday of the month at 1pm, 2pm, 3pm and 4 pm.

Next dates with spaces still available are:

10th August 2017

14th September 2017

Spaces go quickly so please get in touch for more information or to book ASAP.


So how does a session go?


Your session starts with an optional FREE 30 minute Infrared sauna – so if you have the 1 pm slot with James it means you have the sauna from 12:30 and go straight from the sauna to the massage.  The benefit of doubling up with the sauna will mean that the muscles will be more relaxed when James starts doing his thing and will therefore be able to achieve more in the session for you.  The sauna is optional so you don’t have to use it but you will be missing out!

The initial session must be an hour (an hour and a half including the sauna).  Once you have had your first session James will be able to advise you whether you need an hour session going forward or if a half hour session is more suitable for you… that is if you need anymore sessions.

You can either book via me or Penny, his PA

Pennys’ contact details are
07756 895 582


If you have any questions what so ever please do not hesitate to ask.