Trigger points are tender areas within muscle tissue. They can refer pain to other
parts of the body and create sensations such as numbness, pins & needles, aches &
pains. Trigger point therapy is a technique that involves locating trigger points
and deactivating them to reduce pain and discomfort.
An advanced technique which uses precisely applied pressures to relieve pain and
Fascia is the thin tough connective tissue that wraps around all muscles, bones and
cells in the body. It’s ability to move freely may become restricted due to disease,
injury or infection, causing pain, tension and imbalance. Myofascial Release aims
to loosen the fascia so it moves freely again.
This treatment is used to treat aches and pains, injuries and general muscular problems.
It focuses on the area that needs work, not the whole body. Advanced massage and
other bodywork techniques are used to achieve a positive outcome such as relieving
pain, and increasing range of motion.
For aches and pains, injuries, muscular problems and helping to speed healing
This is a luxurious 2-hour full-body massage given with the intention of calming,
de-stressing and nurturing the body, mind and emotions. People often fall asleep
during this treatment, as it is very relaxing, reduces tension and provides a space
to enjoy the moment. Can combine with Aromatherapy.
This treatment is all about calming nerves, soothing muscles and creating tranquility
An effective and beneficial form of massage for sports people. The objectives are
to enhance performance, prevent injury and aid recovery by relieving muscle tension
and tightness, stretching soft tissues, loosening adhesions, improving circulation
and increasing flexibility.
To help prevent injuries, prepare for athletic activities and to assist with recovery
This massage is energising and therapeutic, while also promoting a feeling of wellbeing
and a focused frame of mind. Perfect for when you are pressed for time as the routine
takes 20 minutes but can be extended to 30 minutes if desired.
For the neck, shoulders, back and arms. Helps reduce stiffness and improve flexibility
This massage is both corrective and therapeutic as it uses strong pressure to work
on deep muscle layers, breaking down adhesions and scar tissue to relieve pain, restore
normal movement and release tension. It can also be used as part of a sports massage
to enhance performance.
Firm pressures to reduce deep-seated pain and tension and increase range of movement
This massage combines therapeutic massage and your choice from a range of pre-blended
aromatherapy oils, each of which has been expertly blended to deliver a different
effect. Depending on the oil chosen, the treatment can be relaxing, uplifting, warming,
balancing or de-toxing.
Creates a sense of wellbeing, both physically and emotionally, to balance the mind
A traditional Swedish massage can be gentle and relaxing or vigorous and bracing
depending on your wishes. As well as feeling wonderful, some of its many benefits
include increasing oxygen in the blood, improving circulation and reducing stress.
Can be combined with Aromatherapy.
The most commonly used massage with techniques varying from light to vigorous
A nurturing, soothing treatment that can be of enormous benefit during pregnancy.
Helps to alleviate aches, pains and other common pregnancy-related conditions, and
provides support, rest and relaxation. (Note: GP or midwife’s signed consent is required
in advance of treatment).