Danny Mullens – Advanced Clinical, Deep Tissue and Holistic Massage Therapist

Danny brings a wealth of experience and skills to massage at Therap-ease. As a competitive table tennis player and fencing champion in his youth, Danny has experience of the demands that training can put on the mind and body. Moving on to Yoga and Physical Theatre maintained a strong reliance on body & mind, and this led him to massage and the benefits it can bring.

Beginning with holistic massage Danny then trained with Jing in Advanced Clinical Massage. This gave him a broad toolkit of techniques and the confidence to deal with most of the problems a masseur is likely to see. Working with a holistic approach Danny likes to see the whole person rather than just a set of symptoms. Each treatment is particular to the person receiving it and may involve a fusion of bodywork styles: Swedish Massage, Myofascial Release, Trigger-point Therapy, Amma, Active & Passive Remedial Stretching and Body-rocking.

Danny has experience of working with a wide range of issues including: Migraines and headaches, Chronic pain, Sciatica (and other nerve entrapments), Repetitive Strains, Injury Recovery, Mobility Issues, Fibromyalgia, M.E., S.I. Joint Dysfunction, Emotional issues (anxiety, depression, insomnia) and Long Covid.

Danny has been lucky to work with inspiring teachers and practitioners and continues to look for opportunities to further his knowledge and understanding. In his spare time Danny now uses dance to help him to relax and unwind at the end of the day.

Mio Kuroiwa – Sport & Remedial Massage Therapist

Mio Kuroiwa is a qualified Remedial & Sport Massage Therapist. She originally worked as a Medical Journal Editor in Japan but has always been interested in Health Science and Wellbeing. Mio has Diplomas in Remedial & Sports Massage as well as Swedish Massage from the Scottish Massage School and has provided massage treatments at Sports Events and a local football club.

Treatments are available for MSK problems, Sports Injuries, pre/post event, back pain, shoulder & neck stiffness/aches, repetitive strain injury, rehabilitation, maintenance, stress and fatigue.

Each treatment is tailored after an initial consultation and assessment, using various techniques including myofascial release, trigger point therapy, mobilisations, soft tissue release and medical acupuncture. Mio’s aim is to work with clients to assist with recovery and improve on their overall health and performance through massage.

Peter Mordaunt – Sport & Deep Tissue Massage Therapist

Peter has been working in Edinburgh as a sports and deep tissue therapist since 2007, spending most of that time working with physiotherapists in a clinical setting, but also working on-site at events and performances.

Peter originally trained and worked as an engineer and has always been interested in how things work. He became interested in anatomy and physiology and has developed a passion for understanding how tissues become dysfunctional and how to effectively treat them to alleviate symptoms.

Peter regularly attends professional development courses as well as reading books and journals to keep up to date with current developments.

Therapists I Recommend

Ray HeadSports Therapist – I’ve known Ray since starting as a therapist and if I have an issue that I want to be sure is going to get fixed, he is the therapist that I go to. He mostly uses Sports and Remedial Massage techniques but he has a bit more in his bag if it’s required.

Mio Kuroiwa – Sports & Remedial Massage – Mio has a similar skill set to me, but her own way of applying these and is more charming!

Linzi Muir Sports & Remedial Massage – again Linzi has a similar skill set to me, and always helped me when I used to be able to see her on a Friday afternoon, but I’m sure she will have expanded on this since I last saw here.

Benedetta Gaetani d’Aragona Sports & Remedial Massage – Benedetta is a very experienced therapist and has a wide range of skills. Handy location in Morningside too!

Nicholas Evans Physiotherapist – I worked with Nicholas early on in my career and he was a great physio then. He can do a bit of everything, but has specialised in head an neck issues too.

Jacqui ArcherPhysiotherapist – I know Jacqui through working at Therap-ease and as we have worked together both in treatment swaps and client referral’s I’ve come to know how she work and I am always impressed with her knowledge, skill and passion.