Colin Shreenan

Aches, pain and restricted movement can take the joy out of life.

Whether you’re trying to continue successfully in your favourite activity or just get through life without feeling like the tin man, you’ve come to the right place.

Maybe you…

  • Have never practiced yoga or had massage therapy?
  • Don’t know what to expect?
  • Are feeling stuck and want an easy solution?
  • Have tried various healing modalities, but nothing’s really worked?

Don’t worry, your frustration is understandable. The thing is… pain free, unrestricted movement is possible for most people regardless of how much they’ve neglected or overexerted themself.


“Most psychologists treat the mind as disembodied, a phenomenon with little or no connection to the physical body.

Conversely, physicians treat the body with no regard to the mind or the emotions.

But the body and mind are not separate, and we cannot treat one without the other.”

– Dr. Candace Pert

Patiant guidance

“Whenever I visit Glasgow I make sure to book in with Colin to recover from the long haul flight.The individual attention and patient guidance Colin offers in his sessions is second to none.”


Marjorie Cohan aged 71

Cyclist, runner, speedskater and energetic grandmother


Over the last twenty years Colin has trained in a plethora of healing modalities. Here are a few he’s studied:

  • Holistic Therapies (Aromatherapy, Massage Therapy, Reflexology, Indian Head Massage and Hot Stones)
  • Hatha Raja Yoga (Inspired by Vanda Scaravelli)
  • Myofascial Release (A system that evaluates fascia by using osteopathic methods, craniosacral therapy, structural integration and physical therapy)
  • Psychotherapy (Humanistic therapy)
  • Advanced Thai Massage (Accupressure, joint mobilisation and assisted yoga)
  • Structural/Integrated Anatomy
  • Dynamic Thai Massage (Harmonic oscillations)
  • Thai Acupressure (For orthopaedic pain)



Manual Physical Therapist



Colin’s integrative approach is not a ‘one size fits all’. It comes from considering the therapeutic relationship and understanding that in order to heal the body-mind we must establish conditions that are conducive to healing.

His bodywork is informed by a vast subject knowledge, and innate instinctual ability to provide quality ‘hands on’ treatment. Bodywork may comprise of three components.

Consultation: Includes online health questionnaire, postural assessment, pulse and palpation test.

Session: Not every session is the same, here’s and idea of what might be included; stimulation of the energy pathways to promote free flowing vital energy. Working chains of connective tissue to dynamically stabilise the body and mediate movement. Applied pressure on the muscle fibres and peripheral nerves to achieve relaxation from the central nervous system to break the cycle of pain. Joint mobilisation to restore mobility in stiff joints, as well as reduce local muscle spasms. This is an effective way to treat pain early in the healing process. When pain restricts function, it affects our ability to rehabilitate injured tissue.

Aftercare: Sometimes you’ll be given a pandiculatory movement to maintain results at home. Colin will often call patient for feedback a few weeks after their last treatment.

In treatment the individual (whole person) is taken into consideration: mood, health, posture, job, body-type and lifestyle. A collaboration of healing energetic, musculoskeletal and neuromuscular techniques are used in each session.

Wear lose comfortable clothing ~ you may want to bring water.