Lea Harrison
Soft Tissue Therapist

I am a Soft Tissue Therapist and gained my Level 5 Btec qualification through the (LSSM) London School of Sports Massage. I can provide a variety of treatments for everyone, from sports injury treatment to treatment for non sporting injuries for the muscular skeletal system.

All initial appointments will include a physical assessment and a discussion to understand whats happenning with your body and to tailor your treatment to get the best possible results. This will include massage, stretching and possibly some homework for you to do also.

I treat the person and not just the injury, by understanding your, your lifestyle and what you are aiming to get from the treatment will help us both reach the end goal faster and more effectively.

Any treatment session I give usually includes a range of techniques. My aim is to get your body moving to its full potential and this may require a range of different styles of treatment. Because of this my charging is based on time.

£30 for 30 minutes
£50 for 60 minutes
£70 for 90 minutes

I am really passionate about what I do and I really want to help people enjoy their lives and not be restricted by muscular skeletal injury or constrictions. During and after all treatments I will explain what I am doing, why I am doing it and what I am hoping to achieve with the technique. I do this so that you are able to understand what is happening to the area we are working on. Hopefully you will get a better understanding and feeling for your body and how it should move. My aim is to try and teach people how to identify any issues with muscles before they potentially cause injuries.

I am really proud to be working with Southern Sharks Wheelchair Basketball Team & Foxy Ladies Running Club dealing with injuries and keeping these athletes at the top of their game. 

  • Brooklands House, Marlborough Road, Lancing, UK

Sports Massage

Sports massage targets muscles used in athletic activities. It incorporates techniques to enhance flexibility, alleviate muscle tension, and improve circulation. The aim is to optimize performance, prevent injuries, and accelerate recovery for athletes. Ideally this type of massage is done after a training session or competetive game.

Soft Tissue Release

Soft tissue release (STR) is a therapeutic technique involving the application of pressure to specific areas of soft tissue while moving the associated joints. This method aims to release muscle tension, improve flexibility, and alleviate pain by addressing adhesions and restrictions in the muscles and connective tissue.

Deep Tissue Massage

Deep tissue massage involves firm pressure and slow strokes to target deep layers of muscles and fascia. This therapeutic technique aims to alleviate chronic tension, break up scar tissue, and enhance mobility, providing relief from musculoskeletal issues and promoting overall relaxation and well-being.

Cancer (Oncology) Massage

Cancer massage, or oncology massage, is a specialised approach catering to individuals affected by cancer. Treatment is tailored to the patient's unique needs and medical condition, it focuses on reducing symptoms, promoting relaxation, and enhancing overall well-being during and after cancer treatments.


Sports rehabilitation is a comprehensive program designed to help athletes recover from injuries and regain optimal function. It combines targeted exercises, therapeutic interventions, and progressive training to address specific sports-related issues, enhance performance, and prevent re-injury. By working with an athlete a rehabilitation program can designed to meet your requirements to get back to your normal activities or playing sport again.

Myofascial Release

Myofascial release is a therapeutic technique that involves applying sustained pressure to release tension in the fascia, the connective tissue surrounding muscles. This method aims to alleviate pain, improve flexibility, and restore mobility by addressing fascial restrictions and adhesions. I find this technique is really useful when treating conditions such as cerebal palsy, arthritis and other physical trauma where stiffness causes pain and inflamation