New Sports Massage Therapist

We are delighted to announce that Lynne Taylor from Global Therapies is our new Sports Massage Therapist at JUMP Physio. We met Lynne and her partner Tim Budd (another great sports massage therapist) just over a year ago and were very impressed with both their work and the feedback from clients.

When we realised JUMP Physio were moving at to a larger clinic the first thing we did was ask Lynne and Tim whether they’d be available to do some work with us. We’re delighted Lynne is starting with us and look forward to working with her in the clinic and maybe availing of the proximity of a great sports masseuse ourselves every so often. Lynne will initially be working with us on Thursday afternoons and appointments can be booked in the usual way of either e-mailing us on or calling us on 0161 832 3334.

Below is a brief bio on Lynne.

As a massage therapist Lynne brings together her love of sports with her knowledge and experience of sports injuries to help improve the quality of life for her patients. She gained her qualification- Level 5 Sports and Remedial Massage Therapy at the NLSSM, and has been actively practicing and treating clients since 2009.

Away from work, Lynne’s main focus is running, particularly fell running, She is an active member of Glossopdale Harriers and has a number of fell races planned in 2012. She also regularly cycles, climbs (indoors and on grit) and swims. In the past she has been involved with caving, paragliding and scuba diving.

As evidence of Lynne’s ability and excellence as a sports masseuse Lynne has been accepted as a sports masseuse at the London 2012 Olympics providing Sports & Remedial Massage Therapy for the athletes. 



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