Massages to improving the immune system, reducing stress, inflammation, pain and sleep disorders. Massage releases chemicals in the body, which in turn release toxins from the muscles.
Back Cleansing (60 mins- £60.00)
Refresh and cleanse this hard to reach area. It includes exfoliation followed by a stress relieving massage to leave you relaxed and your skin radiant.
Luxury Full Body Massage (60 mins-£48.50)
Designed to relieve tension and stress and promote a feeling of well-being.
Luxury Back, Neck & Shoulder Massage (60mins-£48.50)
An intense treatment, concentrating on the back, neck and shoulders to loosen and relieve tight, tense muscles. This can help to prevent tension headaches and aid postural problems.
Back, Neck, Shoulder & Head Massage (45mins-£40.00)
Concentrating on the back, shoulders, neck and head to relieve tense muscles, prevent tension headaches and aid postural problems.
Deep Tissue Leg Massage (30 mins-£32)
Indian Head Massage (60 mins- £45.00)
Uses aroma therapy and holistic movements to help prevent back pain and headaches. Helps to detox by stimulating lymphatic drainage, relieves headaches and anxiety and can aid sleeplessness.
Full Body Exfoliation (£35.00)
Tell your therapist about any medical conditions and medications, before the session and then they can work out the best massage treatment.
Of course, you may want a massage, purely for relaxation purposes. This treatment would use gentle, soothing movements to reduce stress and rejuvenate your body. Aromatherapy and lava shell massages are two of the treatments that you may wish to consider.
Drinking water after a massage is important and reduces soreness. Soreness may occur after a deep tissue massage, or where the therapist has worked hard on a designated area to release muscle knots. Soreness is different from pain and is a temporary state caused by the body releasing lactic acid and that’s why it is important to rehydrate immediately after your massage. It flushes away the waste products that have been released from the muscles. It’s not a good idea to visit the pub directly after a treatment though, as massage increases the circulation and alcohol can have a much stronger effect.
SPORTS THERAPY MASSAGE
If you want a sports therapy massage, these deeper massage techniques, which manipulate the soft tissue, can help with the recovery of strains, sprains and minor sports injuries.