Massages

Massage is a “hands on” treatment in which a therapist manipulates muscles and other soft tissues of the body to improve health and well being. Varieties of massage range from gentle stroking and kneading of muscles and other soft tissues to deeper manual techniques. Regular massages are not only stress-relieving; they also impact your health in a positive way.

SWEDISH MASSAGE

A soothing full Swedish massage designed to ease away tension restoring a sense of tranquillity, leaving you feeling totally relaxed. Swedish massage combines the use of long gliding strokes to manipulate the soft tissues helping the body to heal itself. It affects the body’s nerves, muscles, glands and circulation and promotes health and wellbeing. Helps to reduce stress and anxiety, promote relaxation, improves circulation to promote healthy skin and improve muscle tone.

DEEP TISSUE MASSAGE

Focusing on the back and shoulders to relieve tension, knots, lumps and aching muscles. This technique boosts circulation and unravels tight muscles. By loosen muscles this massage helps to elevate pain, and increase mobility. A deep manipulative massage to strengthen the nervous system, thus easing fatigue and whilst stimulating the body. Relaxing whilst being a firm massage.

RELAXING HEAD MASSAGE

Helps to restore balance in the energy flow (or chakras) of the body, leaving you feeling peaceful and tranquil. This technique has been used for thousands of years by Ayurvedic healers. It release stress of headaches, relieves tightness in muscles, aids restful sleep and stimulates general health and well being. Helping the body to get rid of toxins, promoting a healthy scalp, strengthening hair follicles.

FOOT MASSAGE

Foot massage is an invigorating, revitalising and yet deeply relaxing treatment that focuses on the feet and lower legs. The treatment combines different techniques, which includes stimulating reflex points on the sole of the feet.