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Therapists don’t get manicures 3rd May 2017

OK, call me superficial but red, manicured nails is one of the main things that I really miss by being…

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Growing our massage market in 2017 7th January 2017

There’s nothing like a good clear out, especially when it’s a New Year’s one. The “out with the old” mentality…

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An Alternative Therapist’s Christmas Carol 25th December 2016

This year, I’ve struggled to feel Christmas in my head, much less my heart, which is not the usual 25…

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Tech Neck – Tackling neck and shoulder pain 6th November 2016

I massage all sorts of people in my work as a Kneader Onsite Massage therapist, both in offices and at…

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The Kneads Must Onsite Massage website is online! 31st October 2016

Some of you may have noticed that there have been big changes in the land of Kneads Must. Our website…

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In Praise of Men…. 30th October 2016

Yep, you read it right.  I’m going to big-up men, particularly the chivalrous ones. There’s a lot of misogyny around…

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Una Tucker Award Winning Massage Therapist
The Kneader wins its first massage tool award! 2nd October 2016

Success, especially to an Irish Catholic woman of a certain age, is a difficult concept to embrace. This was brought home…

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A new pair of eyes on my Massage therapist CPD course 26th May 2016

Yes, new eyes make all the difference. There I was thinking that the Kneader Onsite Manual couldn’t get any better….

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Why stretching is so important 23rd February 2016

I cannot tell you how many times, especially when doing Kneader On-Site Massage (is it because we go into offices?),…

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