Ben Taylor massage & relaxation therapy in York

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Ben Taylor


“I regard myself as a mindful, considerate and capable practitioner, using my experiences of training and my travels around the world to create therapies and sessions individually tailored to ensure the most can be offered to each person, each visit.

I am dedicated to, and sincerely aim to help through the treatments I offer. As a professional therapist, member of the Federation of Holistic Therapists, daily meditator and keen observer, I offer my time generously and deliberately so that each session ensures your comfort and confidence and will not take time from your therapy. I focus on individual care with a holistic approach to health.”

Ben is from York and is a qualified, insured and experienced massage therapist. His first professional training, in 2007, was after lifelong experience of holistic and complementary therapies. He studied hot stone therapy in New Zealand where he also practiced Chi Kung and was trained in the ‘rejuvenation’ therapy. After further training Ben became self employed as a massage and holistic therapist in 2010 creating Blue Frog therapies in 2012. He is a qualified Reiki practitioner, has certificates in Indian head massage, seated massage and has been meditating for 15 years. He learned meditation throughout his travels around the world from different faiths, cultures and agendas. Ben uses his experience to work with both the physical body to release tension and stress, and the non physical body for balance and integration of relaxation and mindfulness into everyday life.

In 2017 he received a diploma in sports massage therapy as part of his continuing professional development.

  • Hot Stone Massage
  • Indian Head Massage
  • Meditation Therapy
  • Pregnancy Massage
  • Reiki
  • Relaxation Therapy
  • Seated/Oil-Free Massage
  • Swedish Massage
  • Deep Tissue Massage
  • Sports Massage
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