Welcome to Unwind Edinburgh

Unwind Edinburgh specialises in Remedial, Sports and Therapeutic Massage and Myofascial Release in Edinburgh.

Our therapies help our clients to relax and help with recovery from sports and muscle injuries.
If you suffer from aches and pains, or simply want to relax, we can provide the appropriate treatment for you.
Please have a look at our website and contact us to arrange your treatment.

 

Unwind Edinburgh’s Latest Treatments

Branch
Swedish MassageSwedish Massage is the gentle manipulation of the body’s soft tissues, to stimulate circulation and relieve muscleRead more
Ripple
Remedial and Sports MassageRemedial and Sports Massage involves deep tissue work, such as is required in many painful conditions and by athletes who want to enhance theirRead more
Pregnancy
Pregnancy MassagePregnancy massage is a wonderful way to ease muscle pain, relax and connect with your baby duringRead more
Myofascial Release
Myofascial ReleaseMyofascial release is a technique which frees the fascial system, a three dimensional web connecting and surrounding every system and cell in theRead more
 

Recent posts

7 reasons why you should have a regular massage

Is having a massage a luxury or a great self-care tool? You might be aware that having regular massages are very good for your body and mind, but perhaps are unsure the reasons why. On this post we will explore some of the benefits massage has: 1. It releases muscle tension This is probably the

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Women’s Health Massage

Although the training I carried out was called Fertility Massage, for this post I have decided to include it all under Women’s Health massage, as its aim is so much more than aiding fertility. Last year I trained with two lovely souls learning techniques to help women during their conception

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What is TMJ and why is it so important?

TMJ stands for temporo-mandibular joint, a bilateral joint located just anterior to the tragus of the ear.  It is basically the joint between the mandible and the temporal bones and unfortunately is often overlooked when treating many conditions. Normal function of this joint depends on balance

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Myofascial Release – Levels 2 and 3 training

After my first experience with Myofascial Release, I was totally hooked.  As a therapist, I thought it was a fantastic way of working; and as a patient, a treatment which can achieve amazing results.  So, I enrolled for the Advanced Clinical Diploma in Integrated Myofascial Therapy with

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