Testimonials from clients at festivals, events and in office settings

The On the Spot team massaging back stage at Glastonbury 2013“Thanks for providing a really consistent, professional, friendly service for so many happy 
customers at Glastonbury Dance Village.”
– Lou Fitzpatrick, Assistant Coordinator, Dance Village


“They have been the definition of ‘service with a smile’ at our events.”
David McAllister Director, F2F Events


“Probably the best massage I’ve ever had.”
James Johnson, Biffy Clyro


“Great service, really relaxed me for my speaking part.”
– Simon Garrett, MD X-Venture Global Risk Solutions


“Thank you Sally! So relaxed I can just about hold a pen now…”
Amy Winehouse


“Your touch of healing is a big part of the performances that make so many people happy, you make us play better!! I promise to take what you have given & give it back to the audience! Thank you.”
CJ Vanston Joe Cocker Band


 “I think that what you’re doing is brilliant! It’s such a special treat and so often what I desperately need before and after performing. Thank you – amazing!”
Natasha Khan Bat for Lashes


“Sally connects at all levels. Individually or corporately she is a consummate professional. Her treatments are ‘the best’ courtesy of a total commitment to her profession and to her clients”
Trevor Foley, MD tfconnect


“Wonderful, I think you just saved my career! …messed up shoulders now sweet. Thank you so much.”
James Smith Foals


“Great preparation for a pressure situation! I feel loose and ready! Thank you.”
– Hayden Thorpe (Singer) Wild Beasts 


“Thank you very much for my massage.The perfect thing before a gig!”
– Ed Nash Bombay Bicycle Club


“I have had perhaps a hundred massages in my life – this one was by far the most healing in that the difference between start and finish was truly unbelievable. I feel like I’m back from a week in Micronesia.”
Andrew Wyatt Miike Snow 


“You’re all so helpful.”
– Marcus Mumford (Vocals, guitar, drums, mandolin) Mumford & Sons


“I love going to see Sally and a session with her is pure heaven. I have found it so beneficial as I spend a majority of my work day in front of a computer and a great deal of the evening as well. I can instantly feel all the stress removed and Sally really listens to my needs. In the past I’ve been to a number of other massage therapists but none like Sally. She has a warm personality and I trust her which is so very important. I have absolutely no hesitation in recommending her.”
Bronwen Horton ANZ Bank


“Absolutely brilliant!! I can’t recommend Sally highly enough.  Her ‘healing hands’ helped cure a persistent sports related injury that has subsequently not recurred and her advice is as invaluable as her treatment. I am also lucky enough to have Sally visit my office on a regular basis and her ‘soothing’ massage is a great aid to stress relief and general well being.” – Keith Dixey ANZ Bank


“…I had a persistent sports injury my shoulder, and after a lot of deliberation eventually attended one of Sallys sessions where she visits my work. She can only be described a professional. The type of person you would expect to find working as support staff for players of a Champion Football Club, or an Olympic team. She made me feel immediately at ease, and more importantly, in just ten minutes had my shoulder feeling better than it had in years. I look forward to her visits to our office, and Im now a regular. I cannot recommend her enough.”
Richard Hampshire Xchanging


“As a finance professional and marathon runner keen to maintain both mental and physical strength in order to compete in today’s environment, an on-site Deep Tissue Massage from Sally is a mandatory appointment in my monthly calendar. Physical and mental agility are mandatory ‘must haves’ in today’s competitive world and thanks to Sally who visits the office on a regular basis, I’m able to maintain my Competitive Advantage in the office or on the track.”
– Charles Rickey, Director, Institutional Banking


“I first experienced the healing, revitalising and inspiring energies of Sally Morris at Glastonbury Festival in 2008. I was one of half a dozen photographers working for the official website team, alongside a dozen reporters and a core of IT-savvy Editors. 

Walking many miles each day, back and forth across the massive site (interspersed with spells of dancing and other shenanigans) camera round one’s neck, carrying a rucksack of heavy camera gear, tends to ensure that one’s middle-aged body gets a punishing work-out, particularly the neck, shoulders and legs! So imagine my delight when this lovely woman materialises out of the dark as I’m entering the backstage area of the John Peel Stage and says: “Hello, you look like you could do with a good massage – have you been carrying that kit around all festival? Come on, let’s get you sorted out!” 

What happened over the next hour was nothing less than a ‘transport of delight’, as aching bones and knotted muscles were gently but firmly cajoled back to their optimum working condition by kind and experienced hands. It seemed as though my skin had willingly become translucent and malleable in response to expert investigation and deftness of touch. I was primordial man being fashioned anew by the Goddess herself from the raw fecundity of Earth’s own clay and soil! 

Now if all this seems rather too poetic or prosaic a description for what our clumsy words can only call ‘a massage’, I’ll tell you what I told Sally when my freshly-blown mind had regained control of my born-again body: “What an Angel you must truly be to have given me back my wings!” 

You can keep calling it a massage if you wish, but for me it will always be a Physical Psycho-Spiritual Rejuvenation of Divine Intervention!”
Royston E Naylor, Photographer