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Wendy Madgwick practicing physiotherapy


Physiotherapists are experts in the structure of the human body and its movement. They work with people of all ages to treat a broad range of health conditions. Physiotherapists are licensed professionals that can address musculoskeletal, orthopaedic, neurological, and respiratory conditions. This can involve preventative care, hands-on therapy, and education for a home program as prescribed after a thorough evaluation so that treatment is based on individual needs. 

We don’t just look at your symptoms but aim to identify the underlying factors that are causing the symptoms. Treating these underlying factors has been shown to decrease the risk of recurrence of symptoms. Physiotherapy helps through physical rehabilitation, injury prevention, and health and fitness.


Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais (1904-1984) a Ukranian-Israeli engineer and physicist developed a unique somatic learning approach to movement designed to help people reconnect with their bodies and learn ways to move with greater efficiency. It uses gentle movement done with awareness. There are two aspects:

Awareness Through Movement (ATM). Personalised lessons can be delivered individually or in group training sessions.
Functional Integration (FI) Lessons are given on a one-on-one basis – guided by the practitioner’s hands.

Both types of lessons help improve functional mobility, grace, and ease within the body – helping to create simple pain-free, and easeful movements. Any condition that affects the musculoskeletal system can potentially be relieved with this modality.

Wendy Madgwick practicing feldenkrais
Wendy Madgwick practicing craniosacral therapy


A very gentle hands-on technique developed by Dr. John E Upledger D.O and Surgeon (1932-2012)who based the modality on the work of one of the founders of Osteopathy William Sutherland The craniosacral system includes the soft tissue and fluid that protects the brain and spinal cord.

Everyday tensions, stresses, and strains absorbed by the body can tighten the tissues affecting the brain and spinal cord. Craniosacral Therapy releases the tensions deep in the body to allow the entire body to relax and self-correct. The Craniosacral modality helps relieve pain and dysfunction and improve whole-body health.


Manual Lymphatic Drainage is a light touch therapy that helps find balance within your immune system. A properly functioning immune system is critical to our body’s ability to drain stagnant fluids, detoxify, filter toxins detoxify and maintain a healthy immune system. Unlike the circulatory system which uses the pumping of the heart to circulate its blood flow, lymph vessels rely on hundreds of tiny muscular units (lymphangion) to contract through the body to help propel lymph flow. The action of these muscular units can be slowed or stopped by surgery, trauma, burns, infections, significant swelling, fatigue and stress, or age.

When the lymph flow stagnates fluids, proteins, cells, and toxins accumulate, and cellular function is significantly compromised.” (Adair Guyton 1982.)


Lymphedema Therapy involves assessment, treatment, education, and if appropriate manual lymph drainage, as well as compression wraps/garments and progressing to the fitting of compression garments for further self-care and maintenance.

Wendy Madgwick practicing lymphatic drainage
Wendy Madgwick practicing brainwork


Brain Work was developed by French Osteopath Dr Bruno Chikly. It is very cutting edge exploring the brain and spinal cord, white and grey matter, and any associated restrictions. These techniques can particularly help pathologies such as closed head injuries, whiplash, headaches/migraines, learning disabilities, ADD/ADHD, Sleep disorders, Parkinson’s, and Alzheimer’s disease.

Brain Reflex Therapy helps integrate neonatal reflexes to help many conditions including sleep, balance, coordination, and focus. Many neonatal reflexes optimally are inhibited or integrated in the first few months of life, sometimes these neonatal/developmental reflexes are retained or reoccur in many pathologies including trauma, whiplash, Parkinson’s disease, PTSD, CVA, and Dementia. Retained and reoccurring reflexes can create some neurological dysfunctions, learning disabilities, and sensory integration issues. In children they can be found in learning disabilities, ADHA/ADD, decreased focus or concentration, balance issues, social skill issues, and dyslexia.


Joseph Pilates (1883-1967)called his method of physical fitness Contrology. We now know the method as Pilates. The method involves an emphasis on the body’s core known as “the power house”– abdominal, pelvic floor, diaphragm and musculature of the lower back . It is an effective and safe method of exercise when taught and applied correctly.  It consists of over 500 exercises, initially designed with mat exercises but Joe when on to engineer specific Pilates equipment to support strengthening the power house.

It’s a safe choice for people of all ages and abilities because it focuses on developing strength in the core and other muscle groups through controlled movements, and can be modified by a certified trainer.

It helps to develop strength, flexibility, muscular endurance, coordination, balance, improved posture and leaner musculature.

Wendy Madgwick practicing pilates
Wendy Madgwick practicing  myofascial release


Developed by French Osteopath Paul Chauffeur, this very rich osteopathic method is designed to find the source of dysfunction in the body rather than the symptoms. Essentially, the mechanical link focuses on identifying and treating any tension or restriction found in the fascial system and is sometimes referred to as a form of Myofascial Release Therapy. Fascia is present around all body systems including skin, viscera, arteries, nerves, and musculoskeletal systems. A gentle ‘recoil’ of the involved tissues allows the innate wisdom of the body to normalise and begin the healing process.


Visceral Manipulation uses gentle, yet precisely directed techniques to encourage mobility/motility in and or around an internal organ that may be compromised by surgery, trauma, and inflammation. Fascia and ligament connections of the abdominal organs when compromised can have a direct effect on the musculoskeletal system, causing pain and dysfunction. Assisting to correct this imbalance by restoring full mobility to the tissue can assist in decreasing discomfort, and pain and improve overall health.

Wendy Madgwick practicing physiotherapy
Wendy Madgwick practicing biofield therapy


Biofield Vibrational Therapy is a non-medical therapeutic method that uses sound waves in the biomagnetic field (or biofield) that surrounds the human body. This input supports the body in recognising and correcting its own vibrational imbalances. Biofield Vibrational Therapy was developed by Eileen Day Mc Kusick PhD in the USA through 20+ years of research and clinical observations of the Biofield Anatomy. This therapy may be experienced in person or at a distance for individuals or a group. A general ‘tune-up’ for out-of-tune bodies.

I utilise these modalities to help my clients align themselves back to their natural, healthy state.

Wendy Madgwick