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Peter Minaeian
Massage Therapist

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Peter in a nutshell

Pete graduated from Leeds Metropolitan University in 2014 with a degree in Sports and Exercise Therapy and has since provided sports massage around the world for professional teams in a variety of sports including, Warrington Wolves and France Rugby League, Sydney Swans AFL and Sydney Roosters NRL. Pete's desire to develop further as a professional lead him to move to Bristol in 2017 to begin a degree in Physiotherapy at The University of the West of England.

What Peter likes

Pete has rock climbed since the age of 11 and enjoys football, surfing and pretty much any sport going.

Peter's approach

Pete uses a functional approach to sports massage and applies the most up to date manual techniques in order to get you feeling back to your best as soon as possible.

Where you can find Peter

Clifton clinic

Telephone: 0117 369 3639
Email: peter.minaeian@willowlife.co.uk

Unit 8B, Clifton Down Shopping Centre, Bristol, BS8 2NN

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Other practitioners

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Nailsea Clinic, Somerset

Anne Mooney
Massage Therapist

Anne loves working as a massage therapist and has done so for over 20 years now. It has enabled her to work in any part of the world.

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Bedminster Clinic, Bristol

Richard Szarka
Massage Therapist

Richard started to work at Willow as a massage therapist. Richard is continuously working on his techniques and on his style to reach the required level and dimension tailored to his clients.

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Clifton Clinic, Bristol

Steven Taylor
Massage Therapist

Steven believes sports massage isn't just for sports people and can complement the chiropractic work. His approach is to use deep tissue work to interconnected the whole system.

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