About us

We’re sisters who grew up in North West London who, after years of employment, decided to make a change in our professional lives, retrain in massage and work for ourselves. That was back in 2008 and we’ve never looked back.

Anna and Cassandra, then and now

 

Anna

Anna

I came to massage, as a profession, through an unusual path of reading War Studies at Kings College London, followed by working as Head of Operations for the Holocaust Educational Trust (a brilliant charity). I looked all set to continue on this path but I felt unsatisfied, I loved my work but not the office setting, I wanted to do something more tactile, something for myself …

Then Cass and I went away for a few days and had an amazing massage treatment and ‘ping’ an epiphany moment … why not train and set up our own business? That’s exactly what we did.

It’s been an exciting journey so far, personal highlights have been working as a Sports Massage Therapist at Barnet FC (including a promotion season); organising several conferences for the Massage Training Institute and being professionally inspired by the birth of my two beautiful children to pursue the knowledge to support perinatal women.

Anna’s Massage Qualifications and Training

Pregnancy & Postpartum Specific

 

Cassandra

I made the conscious decision to step into the therapeutic sphere over a decade ago. After experiencing some time out of my highly charged job. I took myself to the beautiful English town of Glastonbury. Throughout that period I engaged in a succession of self-led activities such as: mile-long walks, in-depth reading sessions, group meditations and therapeutic massage. All the above proved quite mind altering and I found my calling.

I remember even as a 9 year old I had some direction of where I may be headed. I used to set up weekly P.E classes in the family living room for my brother and two cousins, where conscious relaxation would be a theme. Or at the age of 11, when in a science class I became massively interested in Kilojoules (the energy food gives us).

From that turning point in Glastonbury until present I’ve undergone intensive training in: Massage, Meditation, Medical Acupuncture, Reiki and one-to-one therapy for homeless woman (through the well established charity Woman At The Well).

I mostly feel hugely fortunate for pursuing something so close to my heart; and that I was able to share It with my sister. Thus allowing us to have full autonomy on the decisions and directions made within The Green Well - thank you!

Cassandra’s Qualifications and Training

Instagram posts @the_greenwell

So happy to now be a fully qualified Infant Massage Instructor with the IAIM @infant_massage!

Their training was of an exceptionally high quality and our teacher, Sylvie Hétu (look her up, amazing woman) is an absolute expert in her field. So lucky and privileged to be a part of it 🤗

#infantmassage #babymassage #nuturingtouch #iaim #feelthelove
So happy to now be a fully qualified Infant Massage Instructor with the IAIM @infant_massage! Their training was of an exceptionally high quality and our teacher, Sylvie Hétu (look her up, amazing woman) is an absolute expert in her field. So lucky and privileged to be a part of it 🤗 #infantmassage #babymassage #nuturingtouch #iaim #feelthelove2 days ago
A client's response when I asked them how they felt after a treatment this morning... 😁

#enoughsaid
A client's response when I asked them how they felt after a treatment this morning... 😁 #enoughsaid5 days ago
A bit of focus on muscle fibres that are sometimes overlooked - Posterior Deltoid Fibres. These function alongside rhomboids and the trapezius to pull your shoulders back. 
Weak Posterior Deltoids contribute to hunched shoulders, poor posture and inhibited lung capacity - Desk Job Posture!

So if you're getting on the weights don't forget these super important muscle fibres!

#posteriordeltoids #deltoids #hunchedshoulders #inhibitedbreathing #deskjob
A bit of focus on muscle fibres that are sometimes overlooked - Posterior Deltoid Fibres. These function alongside rhomboids and the trapezius to pull your shoulders back. Weak Posterior Deltoids contribute to hunched shoulders, poor posture and inhibited lung capacity - Desk Job Posture! So if you're getting on the weights don't forget these super important muscle fibres! #posteriordeltoids #deltoids #hunchedshoulders #inhibitedbreathing #deskjob1 week ago
Big up birthday wishes to this cheekster... the best sister you could ask for ❤

#happybirthday #sisters #familybusiness #love
Big up birthday wishes to this cheekster... the best sister you could ask for ❤ #happybirthday #sisters #familybusiness #love1 week ago
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