Adele Templeton (NEE Peck) MFHT is a professionally qualified massage therapist who trained under The College of Classical Massage. She is a member of the Federation of Holistic Therapies and fully insured.
Adele thrives bringing relaxation to others and making a difference to their wellbeing, pain, injuries and tight muscles. She has treated clients of all ages from 8- 80yrs with a range of conditions and issues.
Her special interest is in creating massage treatments that have a balance between relaxing and remedial, using Swedish and Deep Tissue techniques to release tension, reduce pain and relax the client's muscles, body and mind. Adele has had many positive comments from clients for whom her treatments had made a significant difference.
Adele's passion for massage was ignited in 2011 after attending a one day 'Introduction to Body Massage' course. Her new found skills became very popular with family and friends, creating a small client base. To hear the full story about how she became a Massage Therapist and why she is passionate about treating you click on the Audio to the right.
She went on to do further training to pursue this passion, gaining a MERIT in the ITEC Diploma in Holistic Massage - Level 3 and certificate in Deep Tissue Massage.
Since then Adele has gone on to qualify in Foundation in Advanced Clinical Massage with JING Institute of Advanced Massage training. This course covered skills like Myofascial Release, table shiatsu and passive stretches. All of which Adele can incorporate into her tailored massage.
In July 2016 Adele successfully completed her Hot Stone Massage Diploma with Brighton Holistics. She has recently qualified in Pregnancy Massage.
Adele enjoys learning new skills and will continue to train; increasing the treatments she offers so she can best help you.
'Aloha' means peace, love and compassion.
Most people think that “Aloha” is a word that means both hello and goodbye. That is not true, and in fact the true meaning of Aloha is so much more than that.
It is true that in Hawaiian they say “Aloha” both when greeting someone and also saying goodbye.
The real meaning of Aloha in Hawaiian is that of Love, Peace, and Compassion. It’s the guidelines of how to live – a life of Aloha is one when the heart is so full it is overflowing with the ability to influence others around you.
This combined with Adele's love for Hawaii, after twice visiting these beautiful islands with their diverse scenery of lush green mountains, aqua blue tranquil ocean, white and black sand beaches, tropical waterfalls, rolling hills and moon like lava fields has inspired the name of our business- Aloha Massage.
Hawaii's landscape and chilled culture invoke a sense of peace that we, at Aloha Massage, Brighton strive to emulate through your visit and massage with us. Hoping to bring you a little slice of paradise and tranquility to your busy and often stressful life.
Why I do what I do.
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