BodyMatters Clinic

Gosia Kowalska

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Gosia Kowalska MSc in Complementary Medicine

Massage Therapist


Originally qualifying as a Physiotherapist, Gosia began her career working in healthcare in the USA, then in the UK, where she assisted families and children with Special Needs in achieving their milestones and developmental goals, engaging emotionally and physically in daily tasks and family life, as well as helping them work through the difficulties that their disability has caused.

Gosia has enhanced her physical therapy and massage skills through a Masters degree in Complementary and Alternative Medicine awarded by University of Westminster, after completing a two year programme and final research project in 2015.

In addition to her clinical work, Gosia is a tutor at London School of Massage, where she teaches and prepares new practitioners into becoming a Baby Massage instructors or Pregnancy and Labour massage therapists.

Through numerous years spent in working with the human body, studying, researching and clinical practice, Gosia has acquired a range of massage and bodywork skills and expertise that allow her to support her patients in their specific needs. This varies from releasing muscular tension, chronic pain or fatigue, lowering stress/ and increasing relaxation levels, promoting good sleep, improving posture, maintaining good health to allowing and supporting the body through achieving its holistic equilibrium.

Gosia is a member of CThA  (Complementary Therapists Association), fully  trained and qualified  in Holistic/Swedish Massage, Indian Head Massage, Pregnancy and Labour Massage, Baby/Child Massage and Yoga, Reflexology, Organic Facial Rejuvenation Massage, as well as Pilates (Matwork 1-3 and Ante/Post Natal).  She is now continuing her studies in Diet and Nutrition in order to be able to provide more holistic approach to her patients as well as in Special Needs field, where she has worked over 8 years.

Gosia is able to offer her massage treatments to all patients, of all ages including children with learning or developmental disabilities.