Mr Zoltan Zavody

Broad Category:
Services, therapies, and modalities:
Music / arts / performance health, Technique / ergonomics / posture / instruments / props / equipment
Regions Covered:
London, East London, South London
London – Monument / Rotherhithe / Canada Water / Clapham
BTEC Level 5 Diploma Clinical Sports & Remedial Massage Therapy, Certificate in Advanced Myofascial Release
Registration, insurance and DBS checks:
This practitioner has confirmed their professional registration, insurance and DBS are up to date
07764 882 743

Zoltan Zavody is a musician and martial artist who understands the range of injuries, impediments to joyful play(ing), and pain that can result from soft tissue conditions and muscular imbalances. He specialises in helping performers with pain and tension release, injury rehabilitation, pre- and post-performance MOT, and structural alignment. Zoltan sees clients in Central and South-East London – Monument, Rotherhithe, Canada Water and Clapham.

“I’m a fully qualified, professional Clinical Massage Therapist. I am a member of the Institute of Sport and Remedial Massage (ISRM), the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC), and the British Association for Performing Arts Medicine (BAPAM).

I treat muscles, tendons, ligaments, and the connective tissue that binds these all together. Treatment may be to address a specific pain or injury; an area of tightness or inflexibility; or a more structural issue of constriction or misalignment. It may also be in preparation for an event or performance, for example to ensure that muscles are all working smoothly; or after such an event, quickly to flush out waste products and relax stressed muscles, for rapid recovery.

Through an understanding of the daily reality of trying to train and perform with pain or injury, I can support you with a realistic rehabilitation programme to return you to performing at your best.

I believe in continuity of professional healthcare. So we will not just give you a massage and send you on your way “hoping it worked”. First we will look at the cause of any muscular or structural imbalance, and afterwards we will develop a potential rehabilitation programme that may involve exercises, stretching, or just subtly different ways of moving. I will support you with any rehabilitation work in between sessions. And where massage alone is not enough, we will discuss other treatments you might usefully explore.”