Ross Clark is a graduate of the Western School of Massage and is based here at the Bridge of Allan Sports club.  He holds diplomas in Sports and Remedial massage, Aromatherapy, Reflexology and Therapeutic massage.

He began his career in massage therapy in 2014 by studying for an ITEC diploma in Complementary Therapies through Carnegie College in Dunfermline and graduated with distinction.  To complement his techniques he attended numerous courses throughout the United Kingdom with highly respected trainers who helped to advance and refine his skill set.

After attaining qualifications in Slavic, Hawaiian (Lomi Lomi )and Advanced hands free massage, Ross undertook a course in Sports and Remedial massage through the Western School and graduated in 2015.  This year long course enabled him to incorporate postural analysis, mobilisation techniques, PNF stretching and myofascial stripping to help restore appropriate balance to his clients muscles and joints.

Ross has a mixed client base which ranges from athletes who attend regular treatments as a preventive measure to injury and help them train more effectively for events alongside those who suffer from muscular conditions such as fibromyalgia.  He regularly also sees those who suffer from specific conditions such as tension headaches, piriformis syndrome, sciatica,  lower back pain and muscular imbalances.

Ross is also a member of the Federation of Holistic therapists and regularly attends CPD courses to further his knowledge and skils.  In 2017 he intends to attain a diploma in manipulation therapy and soft tissue release.

Availability and Pricing

Ross works by appointment, including weekends. His costs are:

  • 90 MINS £70
  • 60 MINS £45
  • 30 MINS £28
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Testimonials 

  • Simon provides an excellent, professional and therapeutic Sports Massage therapy service based in Bridge of Allan. As a GP I have made numerous referrals to Simon for a variety of musculoskeletal problems and sports injuries and have had excellent feedback from my patients who have seen him. Many have had outstanding results and continue to see him either on a regular basis or as required.  I would highly recommend Simon – he excels in his field.

    Dr. K. Mathewson
    Callander Medical Practice

  • I have been a client of Simons for many years and he has helped both myself and my family with numerous aches and pains relating to park runs, 10ks, triathlons and also marathon training. He works on the basis that prevention is better than cure, identifying any potential problems before they arise and his skills have ensured that we have been able to compete regularly over the years with the minimum of injuries.. He is an essential part of our training plan!

    C. Perkins 
    Stirling

  • Simon is always professional and very good company.  He has a huge amount of experience and knowledge not only in the field of Sports massage but in the area of health and wellbeing in general.He regularly goes that extra mile for his clients, as do his team.  Simon was also able to convince my partner, who was initially sceptical about therapeutic treatments, of the benefits of deep tissue massage after a long day at work.  My partner is an orthopedic surgeon and is often standing in theatre for long periods of time. As well as treatment for sports injuries, Simon offers a range of alternative, therapies including Swedish massage, Reflexology, Clinical Aromatherapy in addition to Hopi candles and Hot Stone massage. I highly recommend Simon and his team. R. Macqueen.  Nurse Stirling

  • Having enjoyed massages for many years, I am particularly impressed with Shelagh’s high level of skill and professionalism. I believe that it is important to keep the body maintained to prevent aches and pains progressing to long-term difficulties, and this is exactly what Shelagh does. Her competent hands unfurls the knots and soothes the pain of a body under stress. I always look forward to my appointment, and the feeling of floating home afterwards. Therefore I thoroughly recommend Shelagh to you.

    Mrs Morrow