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  • Remedial Massage | Balance360 | Andover & North Hampshire

    REMEDIAL MASSAGE Our remedial massage supports our other services by removing tension from muscles that arise from day to day life, it improves healing after injury, improves lymphatic flow, and works alongside your treatment to correct postural problems. This is done by applying direct pressure in differing directions influencing blood flow, nerves and the muscle fibers. Remedial massage is a positive way to improve your wellbeing creating a better state of relaxation and recovery within the body. With the modern stresses of daily life and the tension which develops because of them, massage is beneficial for everyone to have on a regular basis. Regular massages will help with aches and pains, posture, stress and overall health. ​ REMEDIAL MASSAGE 45 min I Initial Consultation £45.00 45 min I Follow Up £42.00 Book Online

  • Sports Therapy | Balance360 | Andover & North Hampshire

    SPORTS THERAPY Sports Therapy is a science-based profession concerned with the prevention of injury and the rehabilitation of the patient back to optimum levels of functional, occupational and sports specific fitness, regardless of age and ability. Sports therapy aims to restore a patient’s homeostatic balance through soft tissue manipulation and corrective methods of treatment and can be used to treat any acute or chronic condition affecting muscles, tendons, ligaments, joints and nerves anywhere in the body. It doesn't matter what the cause, trauma, age related degenerative changes, arthritis, bad posture, sport etc - all ages can benefit from treatment and advice. Treatment often consists of: ​ · Trigger Point Therapy · Posture analysis · Gait and biomechanical analysis · Stretching: Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF), static and dynamic technique · Neuromuscular training · Peripheral and spinal joint mobilisations, · Exercise rehabilitation · Deep tissue massage · Soft tissue release · Muscle activation using Muscle Energy Techniques (METs) · Taping and strapping · Corrective Frictions Sports Therapy 55min I Initial Consultation £60.00 45 min I Follow Up £50.00 Book Online

  • Reflexology | Balance360 | Andover & North Hampshire

    Reflexology To make a reservation just hover over the picture below to learn more about the service and once you have decided, click "Book Now" and you will be directed to the online booking page where you can find an appointment to suit you. If you can't find an appointment time that fits please get in touch and we will see what we can do. Looking forward to seeing you soon. Reflexology restores your body's own natural balance and helps you achieve your full potential physically mentally and emotionally. Benefits include: - reduces stress and induces deep relaxation - improves circulation - cleanses the body of toxins and impurities - balances the whole system - revitalises our energy - stimulates the body's immune system - helps in the relief of pain Reflexology 1 hr I Initial Consultation £55.00 45 min I Follow Up £45.00 Book Now

  • OSTEOPATHY | Balance 360 | Andover & North Hampshire

    Osteopathy Using a range of techniques including physical manipulation, stretching and massage with the aim of: increasing the mobility of joints, relieving muscle tension, enhancing the blood supply to tissues and helping the body to heal Initial Consultation 30 mins - £60 ​ Follow Up 30 mins - £52 Online Consultation If you cannot (or should not) travel... Please don't just suffer in silence, contact me to arrange a telephone or video consultation. After asking triage questions, I should be able to assess, diagnose, offer some advice and send over exercises that can help 30 mins - £30 GET IN TOUCH We'd love to hear from you reception@balance360.co.uk 01264 568486 Find us on Facebook

  • Balance 360 | Meet Rebecca

    Rebecca Rebecca Memmott Panting, M.Ost. Registered Osteopath ​ Rebecca first discovered Osteopathy when she was working as a massage therapist, and straight away knew she had to do it! Rebecca completed a Masters in Osteopathy at Swansea University, based in the College of Human and Health Sciences. She had the unique opportunity to train in the Health and Wellbeing Academy clinic on campus, as well as two integrated NHS clinics off campus in the final year. This has given her the opportunity to work in many different settings, and treat different types of injury/pain. She has developed a keen interest in chronic pain, and how psychosocial factors of a person’s life can affect their experience of pain. Rebecca uses a holistic approach and aims to treat all aspects of a person to improve their quality of life. Rebecca’s treatment style is predominantly structural, with influence from previous massage experience making the treatment a fluent and relaxing experience. Rebecca is looking forward to adding Acupuncture and Cranial Osteopathy onto her repertoire of skills this year. When Rebecca isn't working as an Osteopath, she's most likely painting as she's also an artist, and runs an Etsy shop!

  • Indian Head Massage | Balance360 | Andover & North Hampshire

    Indian Head Massage To make a reservation just hover over the picture below to learn more about the service and once you have decided you can click "Book Now" to be directed to the online booking page where you can find an appointment to suit you. If you can't find an appointment time that fits please get in touch and we will see what we can do. Looking forward to seeing you soon. Indian Head Massage is an upright seated treatment of the upper body, neck, scalp and face. It can be done through clothes and oils are optional. ​ Some benefits include: relieves stress, tension, anxiety, depression, fatigue, insomnia, headaches, migraine and sinusitis. Indian Head Massage 45 min I Initial Consultation £55.00 45 min I Follow Up £45.00 Book Now

  • Balance 360 | Meet The Team

    Jolene Osteopath & Yoga Rebecca Osteopath Amelia Sports Therapy Rhys Remedial Massage Imogen Reflexologist & Indian Head Massage

  • Osteopath | Acupuncture | Sports Therapy | Balance 360 | Andover | Hampshire

    CORONAVIRUS – COVID 19 Despite the recent update, there is no change to the infection control guidance, which advises the use of PPE by healthcare practitioners and patients encouraged to wear face coverings. More information can be found on the COVID-19 page. COVID-19 Philosophy WHAT PEOPLE SAY "Jolene dealt with a back strain which enabled me to go away on holiday later that same week. I have also found her 1-2-1 yoga a revelation. It has improved my posture and, because of the tailor-made nature of it, has tweaked and sorted all sorts of issues I’ve struggled with for years. I now feel confident to join in with one of her classes in addition to the 1-2-1. Jolene is nothing short of miraculous!" - Jennifer B Balance 360 Ltd is a team of practitioners dedicated to the treatment and relief of muscle and joint pain and stiffness. This could be caused by injury, bad posture or arthritis, repetitive strain and over-use issues. We treat more than just back pain and neck pain. ​ Most patients attend the practice because something ‘hurts’. Usually the issue is easily identified and the treatment can start straight away. ​ We will diagnose, explain, treat (using a range of evidence based treatments) and advise patients all on the first visit to help them get better quicker. ​ Balance 360's aim is to get you/your "Back in Balance" ​ As a complementary addition to treatment or as a standalone activity we also provide private yoga lessons to keep you moving and improving. ​ If you would like more information or advice regarding what’s best for you, please call us to discuss your condition. Or, simply book online and enjoy the benefits. " If you always do what you've always done, you will always get what you've always got. " — Albert Einstein — OSTEOPATHY Osteopathy is a way of detecting, treating and preventing health problems by moving, stretching and manipulating a person's muscles and joints. Osteopathy is based on the principle that the health of an individual depends on their bones, muscles, ligaments and connective tissue functioning smoothly together. Osteopaths use a range of techniques including physical manipulation, stretching and massage with the aim of: increasing the mobility of joints, relieving muscle tension, enhancing the blood supply to tissues and helping the body to heal . In the UK, osteopathy is a health profession regulated by UK law. More Info PRIVATE YOGA LESSONS In a private yoga lesson you will have the opportunity to truly focus on your own practice and tune in to what your body needs. You'll work closely with your teacher to create a bespoke tailor-made session with poses to stretch and strengthen specific areas of your body that need it, including breathing and relaxation techniques that will help tackle your lifestyle off the mat too. Yoga was traditionally taught one-on-one and whether a weekly necessity or an adhoc indulgence, it’s the perfect way to address your personal needs and intentions and really make your yoga practice work for you. More Info REFLEXOLOGY Reflexology is the number one treatment to combat stress. It is a gentle non-invasive therapy that treats the individual as a whole by stimulating nerve endings through the feet. By applying specific thumb and finger techniques on the 1000s of pressure points on the feet, hands, and ears, it encourages the body to release tension and promote healing. This restores your body's own natural balance and helps you achieve your full potential physically mentally and emotionally. More Info INDIAN HEAD MASSAGE Indian Head Massage is an upright seated treatment of the upper body, neck, scalp and face. It can be done through clothes and oils are optional. It helps increase joint mobility and flexibility in the neck and shoulders, improves blood circulation, lymphatic flow and free's knots of muscular tension. Clients say the experience is deeply calming and relaxing, leaving them feeling revitalised and better able to concentrate More Info SPORTS THERAPY Sports Therapy is a science-based profession concerned with the prevention of injury and the rehabilitation of the patient back to optimum levels of functional, occupational and sports specific fitness, regardless of age and ability. Sports therapy aims to restore a patient’s homeostatic balance through soft tissue manipulation and corrective methods of treatment and can be used to treat any acute or chronic condition affecting muscles, tendons, ligaments, joints and nerves anywhere in the body. It doesn't matter what the cause, trauma, age related degenerative changes, arthritis, bad posture, sport etc - all ages can benefit from treatment and advice. More Info REMEDIAL MASSAGE Our remedial massage supports our other services by removing tension from muscles that arise from day to day life, it improves healing after injury, improves lymphatic flow, and works alongside your treatment to correct postural problems. This is done by applying direct pressure in differing directions influencing blood flow, nerves and the muscle fibres. Remedial massage is a positive way to improve your wellbeing creating a better state of relaxation and recovery within the body. With the modern stresses of daily life and the tension which develops because of them, massage is beneficial for everyone to have on a regular basis. Regular massages will help with aches and pains, posture, stress and overall health. ​ More Info GROUP YOGA CLASS Small friendly yoga class designed specifically for those wanting to start or progress on their yoga journey. Lots of our members were complete beginners to yoga before they joined us. Yoga helps improve flexibility, build strength, improve posture and increase general well-being. These classes will help change the way you think and feel about yourself helping you to take better care of your body. No Classes Running at Present PRIVATE PREGNANCY YOGA From 14 weeks pregnant y oga can play a very important role in pregnancy. “Generally, pregnant mums who do yoga exercises appear healthier, both in mind and body. Their bodies are more flexible, which enables them to adapt to various positions when in labour and the ligaments are more elastic, which in turn can help to reduce labour pain.” Independent midwife Manijeh Nedas More Info GET IN TOUCH Available in Andover & North Hampshire Tel: 01264 568486 Email: reception@balance360.co.uk Success! Message received. Submit Contact Us Thanks for submitting! Submit

  • BOOK ONLINE | Balance 360

    Book Now Please check you receive a confirmation email of your appointment. If this does not arrive within 15 minutes of you making your booking, please call us to check that it has all gone through. ​ Fees, late cancellation and failure to attend charges are the same as for a telephone booking which are set out in our cancellation policy . Please note we are cashless at this time, please bring a debit or credit card for payment (not Amex). Thank you for your understanding.

  • What to Expect at your First Appointment | Balance 360

    What to Expect at your First Appointment Osteopathy is a very ‘hands on’ therapy. This means that your Osteopath will need to touch and examine the area of your pain and other significant areas, depending on the tissues involved. Some of the treatment techniques will require that your Osteopath get very close in order to control the mobility or to focus a manipulation. It is important to understand that you remain in control of your treatment at all times. You can remove your consent to treatment, or any part of the treatment at any time. If you decide that you are not comfortable with any technique, please tell your Osteopath and they can discuss alternative techniques or treatments to achieve the same or similar improvement. You can choose to have a chaperone with you during your treatment. If you are nervous, please bring a spouse, partner or friend who can sit in with you during your treatment. This can be helpful, as your Osteopath may give you a lot of information and advice at your first appointment, and it sometimes helps to have another pair of ears to take it all in. Children under 16 must have a parent or legal guardian with them at all times during a treatment. If you have any concerns, or don’t understand what is happening during your treatment, please ask. We understand that, what to us is a normal everyday occurrence, is something completely new and unknown to you. Please ask if you wish to have any part of your treatment explained, or if there are alternative techniques available if you are uncomfortable with what is being done. At your first consultation and treatment you can expect: • To be asked a detailed history of your problem and other medical conditions: Your Osteopath may ask questions of a personal nature such as bowel habit or urinary function. They may ask women about any difficulty with menstruation, pregnancy or labour if this could be relevant to a low back or pelvic condition. These questions are needed to eliminate possible medical conditions that can mimic musculoskeletal pain, but which need medical, rather than osteopathic treatment. • Examination of the area(s) of your pain and any associated regions of the body: Your Osteopath may need to examine you in your underwear (depending on the area of the problem) and will need access to certain areas of the spine or limbs to facilitate treatment. Modesty gowns are provided for your comfort. Please bring shorts and a vest or camisole, if you do not wish to undress to your underwear. • An initial diagnosis and an explanation of your proposed treatment plan, including any advice or exercises. These may include any alternatives to Osteopathy, if we believe that you would benefit from this. If you have any concerns about your treatment: Contact the Principal of the practice – Jolene Stapleton jolene@balance360.co.uk If you feel you need to make a formal complaint about any Osteopath: Contact the osteopathic governing body, The General Osteopathic Council. Email: regulation@osteopathy.org.uk We believe that every patient has the right to feel safe and respected at all times. Each patient is a valued individual who we sincerely want to help. If you’re unsure about any of the information here, please ask your Osteopath to go through it with you.