Daniel Nowozeniuk is an accomplished massage practitioner with 20 years of experience in manual and complementary therapies. He studied physiotherapy, osteopathy and chiropractic at university then acquired extensive international post-graduate qualifications. He holds the world title for the International Massage Associations championship.
Treats Adults and Children
Languages: English and Polish
Daniel regards every patient as a whole person and treats his clients accordingly, so they attain a better quality of life. Daniel firmly believes that the body’s natural ability to heal and repair itself plays a vital role in health and overall wellbeing. His holistic approach uses the body’s sophisticated “machinery” in order to improve its function and restore its delicate balance when tired or damaged joints and muscles have weakened it.
While completing his postgraduate education in Lodz, Poland, Daniel introduced bespoke rehabilitation programs to patients recovering from trauma and surgery at the local emergency hospital. That experience inspired his continuous quest for holistic treatment applications and influenced his exploration of different cultures and massage traditions, many of which he has integrated into his unique therapy. As well as traditional therapeutic massage, he offers Thai massage, foot massage and a variety of remedial treatments such as lymphatic drainage or sports massage.
Registration and membership:
Association of Physical and Natural Therapists
Therapeutic Massage, levels I, II, III, IV and V (Poland)
Wat Po Thai Medical School: Traditional massage, Advanced Medical Massage, Foot massage, Infant and Children
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Daniel’s interest in massage therapy evolved from his early holiday duties as a lifeguard, which sparked his interest in health and nature. Whilst studying PE at university, his professors spotted his talent and directed him to physiotherapy, osteopathy and chiropractic.
In order to broaden his experience, he travelled during his summer holidays from post-communist Poland to explore the exciting worlds of Shiatsu, Ayurveda and Acupuncture.
Daniel has travelled to over 48 countries to learn from different traditions of massage and care for the body. He learned about the Hammam, body scrub and the healing effects of herbs and oils in Morocco. He trained in some of the world’s oldest and most experienced schools of massage in China, Thailand and India. He also draws spiritual influences from his schooling with Franciscan Monks, his study of healing energy in a monastery in Bhutan, and his practice of meditation in Switzerland. In particular, whilst people had always felt energy coming from his hands, Daniel didn’t know how to harness it properly until he met a monk in Bhutan who showed him how to use it. Equipped with this newly found understanding, he undertook post graduate studies in kinesiotherapy, a form of physical therapy which helps patients recover from illness or accident through rehabilitation exercises and massage.
After practicing in Poland for a number of years, he moved to the UK at the behest of a cancer patient whom he supported for 10 years through massage and various alternative treatments – the patient vastly exceeded the 6-months life expectancy he had originally been given. Working with private clients and in selected fitness centres in the UK, Daniel became familiar with luxury beauty treatments. Witnessing the positive effect of those on patients’ wellbeing and attitude to life, Daniel set up Violet Hill Body and Skincare clinic with his wife Ursula, which they still run jointly, whilst he also practices at the Hale Clinic.
Daniel won the 2017 International Massage Associations massage championship – and is eager to defend his title. Besides his barefoot work that stole the show, he used over 20 massage techniques in the allotted time frame and used an innovative face cradle, that offers music for the client to listen and relax to, drowning out the background noises that filled the competition floor.