Massage Therapy

Massage Therapy is an ancient art with a good deal of science behind it Over the last few years more and more people are receiving massage treatments whether to reduce the stresses of every day life or for more specific medical reasons.

They may use oil, and work to stimulate healing in deep muscles and other tissues to improve circulation.
Massages are always tailored to the person receiving them and aim to leave them with a sense of well being.
The treatment is enjoyable to receive and most people find themselves feeling both relaxed and invigorated after a session
They will take a detailed case history, which will help with their massage and rule out any medical condition not suitable to massage.
Our massage therapists are registered and insured with their professional bodies.

Therapeutic and sports massage

Therapeutic and sports massage is a deeper form of massage The treatment involves various deep-kneading, stretching and mobilising techniques to manipulate muscles and joints, bringing about a normal range of movement.

Aromatherapy

Aromatherapy is a more gentle form of massage that uses specific oils for their distinctive therapeutic properties, which can be absorbed through the skin and the aroma of the oils to stimulate healing. Some essential oils are relaxing whilst others are stimulating. Grapefruit will lift your spirits, Eucalyptus clears a fuzzy head, Sandalwood calms...'

Reflexology

Reflexology is a holistic, non-invasive, relaxing therapy where pressure is applied to distinct areas of the feet and in some cases the hands. The underlying theory behind Reflexology is that there are "reflex" areas on the feet and hands that correspond to specific organs, glands, and other parts of the body. Practitioners believe that applying pressure to these reflex areas they can promote health in the corresponding organs through energetic pathways.