Mary practices from Transy in Dunfermline, Fife near Dunfermline town centre.
Mary is an experienced sports and remedial massage therapist. After spending over two years providing sports massage and complementary therapies at a leisure centre and seven years in South Queensferry, Mary is now based at Rose Tay Court near Dunfermline town centre. The clinic offers excellent facilities and easy parking. Treatments at Mary’s modern home treatment room are available on a Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday.
The most rewarding part of Mary’s work is successfully treating people with muscular injuries picked up playing sports, working or simply from the stresses and strains of daily life. However, she also enjoys providing the more relaxing treatments such as reflexology or therapeutic massage which can calm the mind as well as relax the body, helping to reduce stress and tension.
Mary has a background in nursing and worked in the NHS. After discovering the benefits of massage for herself Mary decided to train in Complementary Therapies while bringing up a family.
Mary studied an HND in Complementary Therapies at the Adam Smith College, Kirkcaldy. Being a keen runner and member of a local running club Mary has always had an interest in fitness. Mary regularly competes in road races from 5k distance to marathons. She undertook further studies with the Scottish School of Professional Massage and gained a Diploma in Sports Massage in 2007 and has furthered her studies since by completing CPD courses which includes myofascial release. Developing her skills further Mary qualified to teach Pilates Mat Work in January 2021.
Mary regularly undertakes advanced training courses to keep her up-to-date and add new skills to her practice.
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