For your well being treatments are carried out in a warm ambient environment with aromatherapy oils burning and soothing music. Whether you are looking for relaxation form the stresses of the day or relief after a heavy work out, all treatments are beneficial for your overall health.

Our therapists are committed to the highest standards of client care and are well qualified in their areas of expertise.

Which Massage Therapy?

We belive that all forms of massage are beneficial and all massage affects our “Ki” o Japanese for our life force energy. We also believe that different physical and mental conditions require different types of massage.

Much modern illness is stress / anxiety / fatigue which can lead to general aches and pains throughout our body, most commonly head, neck and shoulders. Regular massage improves overall health – it counteracts stress and can be of assistance in treating: muscular tension, headaches, migraine, insomnia, anxiety, emotional stress etc.

In general massage has a beneficial effect on breathing, digestion, circulation and posture enabling deep relaxation and revitalisation.

Massage for Sport / Occupational Injuries

It is always a good idea to have a massage before and / after a sporting event. Golf, Tennis, Squash, Swimming, Aerobics, Marathons, Races, etc. Prevention is better than cure.

  • Massage reduces the risk of injury by keeping the muscles supple and ridding them of lactic acid.
  • Massage as part of a fitness or strength – building program stimulates the body and lead to greater performance.
  • Massage for speedy recovery is essential for the committed sports person.
  • Massage can assist the healing process for many sports injuries.
  • Massage can be effective for the recovery from RSI, also many injuries caused by lifting, whiplash injuries etc.

What should I do after my treatment?

  • To receive the full benefit, relax for an hour or so as the body’s healing has already begun.
  • Drink plenty of water (still or filtered) to help flush out wastes and toxins.
  • Avoid alcohol before and after the treatment.

Massage Oils

We have always used aromatherapy essential oils throughout our treatments. Now we have our range of aromatherapy blends created by our resident Aromatherapist. We will help you choose witch type of oil you need on consultation.

These are some of the specific uses for the oil mixes we blend and prescribe: Stress, Muscles, Sport Injuries, Joints, Head Tension, Sinus, Lungs, Fatigue, Insomnia, Indigestion, Hormonal Imbalances, Prevention of Stretch Marks, Circulation, Cellulite.

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