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Massage therapist during treatment

Massage with Wiktor

Holistic Massage Therapy

My goal in life is to be helpful and useful to others. I have found that being a massage therapist is the most direct way in which I can reach this goal. 
My treatments aim to relax, revive, and heal both body and soul. Physical health and mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being are of equal importance and, in my practice, none of those are left wanting.


Why do you need a session?

Total relaxation

Release patterns of tension

Pain relief

Help with depression, anxiety, stress

Help with headaches and migraines

Injury prevention

Alleviate tension in overworked muscle group

Improve sporting performance

Treat and rehabilitate existing injuries

Choose the length of your session

45 minutes

for a particular area

60 minutes

for a couple of areas

90 minutes 

for the whole body

Together we'll choose one of the following:

Swedish massage, where I use a slower pace and lighter pressure

Sports massage, involving manipulation of muscles & soft tissue

Myofascial release, which promotes healing and reduces pain

Deep tissue massage, where I would use firm pressure to release tight layers of muscles

Remedial treatment, which includes a range of massage techniques from deep tissue, myofascial release, trigger point therapy, and sports massage therapy

“I came to Wiktor asking for help with an injury. Within 30 mins I felt instantly relieved. I hugely recommend visiting him, whether you have an injury or if your body just needs some TLC. He brings great energy and positivity, which is hard to resist!”


Image by Thomas Griesbeck

“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.”

Our Locations

Gym Clinic

200a Power Road


London W4 5PY

W6 Gym

Arch 200 Prebend Gardens


London W6 0XT

Opening Hours:

Monday: 7am–5pm 

Tuesday–Friday: 7am–9pm 

​​Saturday: 7am–2pm ​

Sunday: Closed

Opening Hours:

Monday: 7am–5pm 

Tuesday: 7am–9pm

Wednesday: Closed 
Thursday & Friday: 7am–9pm

​​Saturday & Sunday: Closed

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