John Smith is an experienced practitioner, trained in a diverse range of therapies that can address your unique needs:

The Feldenkrais® Method

The Feldenkrais® Method is an educational approach to improving movement, posture and breathing. It works gently with old habits of tension and movement and offers new options. It aims to promote free, elegant and painfree movement by helping people discover their old, inefficient and often tense muscular patterns and offering newer options for being



Rolfing® Structural Integration, KMI

Rolfing® is an advanced system of soft-tissue manipulation and postural education. It offers a unique way of improving your postural alignment, giving you more freedom of movement, and dealing with the nagging pains that so often arise from poor posture and overused muscles. Traditionally it consists of about 10-12 sessions of work, each taking 60-90 minutes. Practitioners often take before/after photos of their clients to document the postural improvements as they evolve. John is a Certified Advanced Rolfing practitioner and a certified teacher of Rolfing Movement Integration. More recently he has become a KMI practitioner – a style of structural integration taught in Tom Myers’ KMI school, based on Myers’ Anatomy Trains concepts.

CranioSacral Therapy

CranioSacral therapy consists of very subtle work with the cranial rhythm. It was popularised by the osteopath, John Upledger, whose institute now teaches this therapy internationally. It has found to be useful for a huge range of conditions including migraine, TMJ problems, endogenous depression and unresolved physical traumas such as whiplash.


Trager® work is one of the most effective means of achieving deep relaxation. It consists of gentle rocking and stretching, and most clients find it more relaxing than massage. Great for stress relief.


Visceral Manipulation (Barral Institute)

You don't have to feel bad to feel better! Find out what Rolfing can do for you.