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Claire Nutt

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07595 368527 or clairenuttmassage@gmail.com

Cost: 1 hour £45

Claire specialises in massage in pregnancy following training with Wellmother and Suzanne Yates in 2006, 2009 and in Massage for Labour in 2012. In September Claire will also register as a midwife, with a BSc (Hons) in Midwifery from the University of the West of England.


Claire’s deep interest in bodywork that supports the progression of pregnancy, labour and birth has been encouraged by Suzanne’s work, her own water births at home and now her upcoming professional responsibility in supporting women and their families at this significant time. This passion has led to a continued exploration of massage as a useful holistic tool for coping with the deep physiological, psychological, psychosocial and environmental factors of pregnancy and birth experiences. Claire enthusiastically utilises her wealth of traditional massage experience and knowledge of pregnancy to tailor make a massage unique to you and your changing needs. Claire also offers massage sessions for you and your partner to prepare and support you both in using massage at the end of pregnancy and during labour and birth.

Qualifications & Experience

Claire has been a holistic and massage therapist for 13 years, qualifying with ITEC in Anatomy, Physiology and Massage in 2000. Since then she has also trained Hopi Ear CandlingIndian Head Massage (VTCT) and Reiki IIClaire also specialises in Hawaiian Lomilomi in Hawaii following training on the islands with Nancy Kahalewai, Daniel Albers and Maka’ala Yates in 2001 and 2003 and in the UK with Carrie Rowell in 2009. Claire additionally practices Thai massage and Tuina, Chinese Acupressure Massage, after training at Bodyharmonics with Maria Mercati in 2004. In 2006 Claire qualified in Ayurvedic Shirobhyanga and Shirodhara therapy with Tridosha and Traditional Indonesian Rituals with Indonesian Secrets.

Claire is registered with the Complementary Therapies Association (CThA), the Royal College of Midwives and from September 2013 the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC).