A NEW town centre business is aiming to help people get back on their feet through massage and rehabilitation.

Edena Therapy, which shares a space with Hotpod Yoga in High Street, offers a range of health and wellbeing services – including sports injury treatments, reflexology and deep tissue massage, as well as both pre and post-natal support for women.

The business is owned by Charlotte Heptinstall, a wellness professional with more than 10 years’ experience in assessing and providing sport injury rehabilitation.

She said: “Whether you're looking for some relaxation, help with recovery from birth, pregnancy pain or any sport or muscular injury, I can help you get back on your feet.

“It's a great spot right in the centre of Northwich so why not book in for a massage or rehab session, do your bits in town or go for a drink and support all our other local business at the same time.”

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The new Edena Therapy studio

Charlotte is excited to join the independent business scene in Northwich, and is passionate about seeing the town’s economy thrive.

She said: “Independent business owners like myself are so passionate about what we do and we want to give the best service possible to everyone in Northwich – you are not just a figure to us.

“It’s the personal touches you get when you shop local that you don't really see in bigger stores. The money spent is kept in our community too and purchasing local helps grow other businesses.”

As well as her work at Edena Therapy, Charlotte also teaches at Hotpod Yoga and believes that the two businesses go hand-in-hand.

“I love teaching and practicing yoga and understand the benefits that it brings,” she said.

“I would encourage anyone to join a session, from hot-flow to nurture classes, to aid relaxation and mobility.

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“What would be better than going for a yoga class then having a full body massage straight afterwards – you would literally feel like you're floating out.”

Charlotte says she is hoping to offer a range of new services over the next year, including peri/menopause workshops and pregnancy and post-natal workshops, as well as collaborations with other health professionals.