Massage Therapies

If you can answer YES to any of these questions, you will definitely benefit from one of the treatments on offer:

    • Am I stressed or anxious?
    • Could I benefit from a relaxing massage treatment?
    • Do I have an injury that needs healing?
    • Could I perform better if I had a pre-event sports massage?
    • Could I aid my recovery if I had a post-event sports massage?
    • Do I need to take more care of myself?
    • Could I offer a therapy treatment as a gift to a family member or a friend?

Choose from the following therapies. Treatments available in your own home or office. 

Body Massage

Body massage, also known as Swedish or holistic massage, is the most commonly offered and best known type of massage. It was developed in Sweden in the nineteenth century and can be both a relaxing and stimulating treatment. Body massage employs various techniques to the muscles and soft tissues of the body that include long, gliding strokes, kneading, friction, hacking and vibration using the hands, forearms or elbows. Body massage is the foundation for other types of Western massage including sports, deep tissue and aromatherapy massage.

There are many benefits of having a body massage. Generally speaking, it will promote relaxation and stress-relief, improve the circulation, ease muscle aches and tension and improve flexibility. Additionally, it has been proven to lower blood pressure, help to improve the condition of the skin, assist in the recovery from illness and strengthen the immune system. The treatment usually produces a general feeling of wellbeing.

Price is £30 for a one-hour treatment.

Sports Massage

Sports massage is a type of Swedish massage that uses deep tissue techniques and pressures used to stimulate blood circulation and lymph fluids. It is designed to help injuries and conditions caused through sport, bad posture, work and general daily activities. It is designed to help athletes prepare their bodies for optimal performance, recover after an event or function well during training. It is also good for people with injuries, chronic pain or restricted range of movement.

Sports massage can be quite uncomfortable during the treatment as deep frictions and vibrations are applied to break down adhesions (knots in the muscles). However, there will be considerable relief from the condition after the treatment. It is often recommended that subsequent treatments are taken to alleviate the condition altogether.

Sports massage can help:

  • In pre-event sport by stimulating the parts of the body that will be involved in the exertion
  • In post-event sport by normalising the body’s muscles and soft tissues
  • During training to allow the athlete to train with less risk of injury
  • After an injury aiming to alleviate the pain and return the body to health
  • To improve posture.

Price is £30 for a one-hour treatment.

To book an appointment, call Paul on 07990 583034 or email using the address on our Contact page HERE

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