About luke honey

Luke is a dedicated and passionate Massage Therapist with a special interest in injury management and prevention and trigger point therapies.  

Having originally trained in holistic massage at St Mary’s University, Luke decided to advance his skills by achieving Level 3 & 4 Sports Massage qualifications. He is also currently undergoing further training to earn his Level 5 qualification. Luke believes that massage offers benefits to people from all walks of life and can support patients with maintaining a healthy standard of living, both mentally and physically.

Luke is a keen climber and enjoys playing badminton and squash, he believes in a balanced and active lifestyle. His first hand experience in labour-intensive occupations, where potential injuries were commonplace, allowed him to experience the benefits of massage therapy for injury recovery. Additionally, he found massage to be a great preventative tool for injuries and these experiences as a patient led Luke to begin his journey as a massage therapist.

Luke’s particular areas of Focus

Luke appreciates the therapeutic benefits of both Sports and Relaxation massage. By using this understanding when working with his patients he can offer a treatment which is personalised to the individual.

Drawing upon his knowledge, Luke employs an array of therapeutic approaches, including muscle energy techniques, proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation, trigger point therapy, soft tissue release, and myofascial release. He will offer the most appropriate techniques and treatment plan bespoke to each patient and based on a detailed assessment at the start of treatment.

Qualifications/ Work Experience
  • ITEC, Level 4 Sports Massage, St Mary’s University
  • ITEC, Level 3 Holistic Massage, St Mary’s University
  • Member of SMA (The Association for Soft Tissue Therapists)



I saw Samuel after a running injury that crept up out of nowhere & left me limping and in pain. Samuel was really thorough in his assessment and diagnostics, and the exercises he provided, although tough at first, proved to be spot on. A keen runner himself, Sam is highly knowledgeable on the subject and provided great advice on how to get back into running and remain injury free. I’ve seen a few physios, but was really impressed with the support, both physical and mental, I received from Samuel.


Huge thanks to Samuel at the Forge Clinic for really understanding my needs and tailoring his treatment for me. His advice and exercises swiftly helped my runner’s knee issues and gave me confidence and enabled me to complete the Brighton Trail Marathon yesterday in under 6 hours, woohoo!


Samuel has been treating my very painful tennis elbow for the past month. What a massive improvement thanks to effective massage and manipulation as well as a series of easy exercises to do at home.


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