Massage Therapy

Looking to drift off on a wave of blissful relaxation? Or a more active manipulation (incorporating hacking; cupping and heat application) of aching muscles, to help soothe away aches and pains?  

I use Swedish massage, Aromatherapy and other modalities (including acupressure) to tailor the massage to you.  Choose from Weleda’s eleven 100% certified natural body oils, or choose an aromatherapy blend tailored to your needs.

How Can Massage Therapy Help Me?

Massage therapy may help with:

Mental Health & Wellbeing

Physical Symptoms

  • Relaxation
  • Reduce anxiety
  • Reduce tension
  • Reduce fatigue
  • Improve sleep
  • Improve overall sense of wellbeing
  • Circulation – improving the flow of oxygen and nutrients to an area and the removal of waste/toxins.
  • Muscle relaxation – useful for pain (including from over-worked, tight muscles, spasms, etc)
  • Muscle tone
  • Flexibility and motion

And more! *

In addition through the use of aromatherapy I can look to tailor the oil blend used to the above and more.  Please enquire for more information.

Whilst furthering my training at Levels 3 and 4, I have the following discounted treatments available (more info in About):

  • Full Body (Swedish/Holistic): 1hr £30.00 £20.00
  • Back massage or other targeted area (Swedish/Holistic): 1/2 hr £20.00£10.00

Discounts and packages

Various discounted packages available, for full list please see Price List.

NB: Packages will come into force from the 9th September when the case study discounts finish.

  • Book three Full Body Massages: £90.00 £80.00
  • Book three Back Massages/Targetted area: £60.00 £55.00
  • Book a Luxury Skin Food Facial and Back Massage: 1hr 30mins £50.00 £38.00 
    Book a Facial and Back Massage: 1hr £40.00 £30.00

For more information on facials please visit: Facial Treatments

Please read the FAQs regarding possible contra-indications to treatments and other useful information before booking. Thank you.

NB: Massage therapy is classed as a “complementary therapy” meaning that it is used alongside (as a complement to) conventional medicine. Complementary therapists cannot make diagnoses (unless also medically qualified to do so – ie they are a GP, or similar). In addition complementary therapy should not be used as an alternative to seeking appropriate medical advice.