Treatments

Facials

A luxury holistic facial treatment ( using  acupressure  massage  and Indian Head Massage )By pressing certain meridian/reflex points in the face, not only are there benefits to the facial area but for the whole body.

45 Min – £35

 

Aromatherapy Relaxation Massage 

De-stress and unwind during this full-body massage with light to medium pressure. This massage will soothe your body and mind, transporting you to a tranquil state of relaxation.

60 Min – £45  90 Min –£60

 

Deep Tissue Massage 

Find relief from chronic pain, tension and tightness caused by injury or overworked muscles. This therapeutic massage focuses on specific problem areas, with deep pressure applied during the massage. Your massage therapist will adjust the pressure to accommodate your comfort level. This service is beneficial for those with chronic muscle tension and pain.

60 Min – £45     90 Min –£60

 

Back Massage 

One of the most common and beneficial parts of the body for massage is the back, since the nerves run through the spine.A good back massage can help relieve lower back pain. After a strenuous workout or sitting at a desk all day, your back muscles are likely to be tense from overuse or repetitive use. When a massage therapist works those muscles, some of the tension is released.

30 mins £30

Hot Stone Therapy 

The healing power of heat is combined with traditional massage techniques. Tension melts away as warm stones are used over the entire body, radiating deep into tight muscles and bringing your body into a state of deep relaxation.

60 Mins – £45 

 

Focus Massage 

Refresh with this focused 30 minute therapeutic massage. Your therapist will work on a specific area of tension.  For many people this is the shoulders, neck and upper back. This is a great service if you are limited on time or don’t want a full-body massage.

30 Min–£30

 

Remedial Massage 

Improve your athletic performance and reduce the risk of injury with a combination of deep tissue massage, stretching and compression techniques. This massage reduces muscle pain and joint soreness, increases flexibility and speeds recovery from injuries or overworked muscles.

60 Min-£45      90 Min-£60

 

​Chakra Balancing (Energy)Massage 

Restore the equilibrium of your body and mind. This specialised treatment brings balance by clearing up stagnant areas in your energy field through energy work and massage techniques. The healing art of energy work is practised in many cultures around the world for stress reduction, relaxation and promotion of healing.

This treatment also includes an acupressure facial and Indian head massage 

60Min–£45      90 Mins -£60
Indian Head Massage

Focusing on the head, neck and shoulders, Indian head massage comes from Ayurveda. Using a range of techniques with varying pressure, Indian head massage is a deep massage that aims to encourage healing and restore balance in the body.

The treatment may be firmer than expected but you shouldn’t feel discomfort. Benefits include an improved sleep routine and a release of tension in your neck, back and shoulders.

30 mins £30

 
Reflexology 

The benefits of reflexology include its ability to stimulate nerve function, increase energy, boost circulation, induce a deep state of relaxation, and eliminate toxins from the body.  Moreover, it helps stimulate the central nervous system, prevent migraines, and treat urinary tract conditions. This type of massage speeds up recovery after an injury or surgery, reduces sleep disorders, and relieves depression and pain. It also helps in relieving side effects associated with cancer treatment and even soothe the pain of pregnancy, even the one occurring after delivery.

60 mins £40
Chakra Balancing Reflexology

( using reflexology to balance the seven chakras of the body, to restore  the bodys natural equablum setting, you on the road, to peace, calm, harmony ) using a fusion of aromatic oils conducive to a specific chacra.

60 mins £40 

Leg & Feet Massage 

Massage is the therapeutic application of healing touch. Massage is an ancient form of healing and relaxation, and the gentle pressure of hands feels good on sore muscles. Not only does leg massage make you feel good, it has significant health benefits that aid relief from stress, disease, and pain.

30 mins  £30
 
Bali(Indonesia)  Traditional Foot Massage Ritual

The Balinese massage typically begins with a foot ritual. This starts with cleansing the feet in warm water with an aromatherapy foot wash and progresses into a sea salt bath with peppermint essential oils.The ritual may also include a typical Balinese technique combining acupressure, reflexology and different levels of pressure. This helps relax the foot muscles and unknot any point.  This is often followed by other body massages,

60 mins £45
Bali(Indonesia)  Traditional Massage

This full body massage includes deep tissue pressure technique with the aromas of essential oils. A mix of aromatherapy, gentle stretches, acupressure and reflexology makes the body slip into a calm and relaxed zone.

The variety of techniques include skin rolling, kneading, Balinese pressure, palm

pressure, stroking, and pressure point stimulation combined.

The massage boosts blood circulation and helps reduce stress while rebalancing the body. The aromatic oils facilitate positive energies within the mind and leaves one feeling refreshed.

60 mins £45

Sports Massage

Sports massage is a systematic manipulation of the soft tissues of the body that focuses on muscles relevant to a particular sport. Runner Paavo Nurmi, known as the "Flying Finn," was one of the early users of sports massage. Nurmi is said to have used sports massage during the 1924 Olympics in Paris where he won five gold medals. Jack Meagher is thought to be the father of sports massage in the United States.

 

Many different movements and techniques are used in sports massage. Examples of these techniques include; Swedish style massage, effleurage (stroking), petrissage (kneading), compression, friction, tapotement (rhythmic striking), vibration, gliding, stretching, percussion, and trigger points. These movements and techniques are used to try to help the athlete's body achieve maximum performance and physical conditioning with a decreased chance of injury or pain and a quicker recovery.

Benefits

Many benefits from sports massage have been reported based on experience and observation. Some are beneficial to the mind (psychological) and some to the body (physiological).

Some of the reported benefits of sports massage include:

  • Increased joint range of motion (ROM)

  • Increased flexibility

  • Increased sense of well-being

  • Decreased muscle tension

  • Decreased neurological excitability (nerves more relaxed)

  • Decreased muscle spasms

  • Better sleep

Purported benefits that are not supported by research include:

  • Increased blood flow

  • Increased elimination of exercise waste products (lactic acid)

  • Decreased chance of injury

  • Decreased recovery time between workouts

 

£45-60 minutes  £60-90 mins