Relaxation Treatments

A relaxing massage can help to improve your mood and energy levels, help you to sleep better and reduce stress. Further information about the different types of treatment can be found at the bottom of this page.

To book an appointment go to the contact page or book online.

60 Minutes – £50 | 90 Minutes – £70
120 Minutes – £90

45 Minutes – £40

60 Minutes – £50 | 90 Minutes – £70

30 Minutes – £30 | 60 Minutes – £50

60 Minutes – £50 | 90 Minutes – £70

Hot or Cold Stone Therapy

Hot stone therapy is an incredibly indulgent treatment, using heated volcanic basalt to warm the muscles and help to reduce pain in the body, while also helping you to relax. The heat from the stones is incredibly soothing, and will ease tightness and tension in muscles, while also encouraging relaxation and better sleep.

Cold stone therapy is a refreshing treatment, that uses frozen marble stone to help relieve inflammation and ease pain associated with swelling. This treatment may sound chilly, but it is incredibly effective at relieving everyday aches and pains, as well as those related to muscular injuries and dysfunction.

Indian Head Massage

A seated head massage to help ease tension in the shoulders, neck, head and face. Indian Head Massage utilises a range of techniques, including both lighter and deeper pressures, and where necessary stretches, trigger point therapy and myofascial techniques, to ease tension whilst also helping you to feel incredibly relaxed.

Pregnancy & Post Natal Massage

Pregnancy (pre-natal) massage is great for relieving the tension and muscular pain associated with pregnancy. This treatment can help to ease discomfort as your body changes and your baby grows; whilst also giving you some time to yourself.

Post Natal massages are great for helping you to unwind from the birth, help your muscles to recover, and additionally for you to cope with the emotional side of bringing a new life into the world.

Foot or Hand Massage

Your hands and feet are often neglected when it comes to massage, as they are seen as small or insignificant body parts, but this is not true. Your feet carry you around all day, while your hands are an important interface for interacting with the world, and they deserve the same care and attention as the rest of your body. Foot and hand massages both include a variety of lighter and firm techniques, as well as stretches. You can have this treatment as either just hands, just feet or both hands and feet in a single session. Hot stones, cupping and kinesiology taping can be included in these treatments at no additional cost.

Swedish Massage

A gentle relaxing massage, using long strokes and manipulation techniques with light to medium pressures. Swedish massages are great for anyone who just wants to feel completely relaxed, or if you are quite sensitive to pain, then this is great way to start having massages.

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