My journey started over 8years ago now, 
before I qualified as a therapist I was training as a professional swimmer but I had an accident and damaged a muscle in my leg preventing me from walking for a while. My healing began and I very quickly discovered the benefits of Massage Therapy, so much so that it prompted me to enroll on a Massage course and learn about anatomy and physiology and how the body functions- how we function. my initiation into massage felt like a homecoming- a remembering of something deep inside and I followed that feeling. 
I first studied Holistic Massage, this was my starting point and the root of how I wanted to learn. The word 'Holistic' comes from the Greek word 'Holos' which means 'Whole'. 

I went on to study Sports Massage for 1 year, it was very intense, but the knowledge I gained was invaluable. I started working with athletes as this felt natural, it was very healing and cathartic for me and I felt like I could accept and let go of my heartbreak at not being able to compete anymore. I did this for a few years until my calling changed and I wanted to deepen the emotional aspect of my work a lot more. I went on a few more courses which opened up my work spiritually and was more in alignment with the path I was walking. I feel my passion is not only in assisting my clients to heal physically but also to shine a light on the emotional blockages we can feel inside and hold this space so that we can understand ourselves more and ultimately to feel empowered.

I also teach massage and particularly enjoy working with clients who are interested in their self-development. I set up my business ''Zowie Conway Massage And Healing'' and after a few years and a few twists and turns later I opened ''Therapies At The Grocery'' where I continue to practise and nurture my therapists working alongside me.'' 

 I enrolled on a Holistic Massage ITEC/ BTEC Diploma course with 'Essentials For Health School Of Massage'. This six month course taught me an Holistic approach to Massage, this was my starting point and the root of how I wanted to learn. The word 'Holistic' comes from the Greek word 'Holos' which means 'Whole' Aristotle summarized holism as 'The whole is more than the sum of its parts', and this concept of treating on a level of mind, body, spirit resonates with me deeply.  

"The whole is more than the sum of it's parts" -Aristotle

I was introduced to Sports/Remedial Massage a year later after I had qualified in Holistic Massage, I felt 1 year was an appropriate amount of time to integrate what I had learned and to feel confident to deepen my knowledge. Sports therapy is very different to Holistic therapy, as the techniques of the massage strokes are a lot deeper and slower from the impact of pressure on the body. I began to really appreciate the contrast of this therapy - how the objective is purely physical, grounded and thorough. This one year course gave me the capabilities and confidence to work along side many athletes, dancers and also deepen my existing practice as a therapist working with the public. I learned techniques to work with my thumbs, knuckles, elbows, knees and really began to work with my body in way I wasn't aware of before. 

I have since broadened my awareness through various workshops with 'The Gateway' 
and with 
individual teachers/healers and I will always continue to work my own development as a therapist, teacher and human being. 

I'm also qualified in: 

'Crystal healing' 

'Myofascial release' 

'Trigger Point Therapy'


  'He who has health has hope, 
and he who has hope has everything.' 

           -Arabian Proverb

London Shoreditch E2 


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'The best time to plant a tree is 20 years ago. The second best time is today." -Chinese Proverb  

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"Suffering is not holding you. You are holding suffering. When you become good at the art of letting sufferings go, then you’ll come to realize how unnecessary it was to drag those burdens along with you. You’ll see that no one other than you was responsible. The truth is that existence wants your life to become a festival."
-Buddhist Teaching