Treatments and Booking
Indian Head Massage
This treatment is conducted seated with or without oil. Where oil is used, a modesty towel will be provided. Indian head massage is a relaxing holistic therapy that uses acupressure massage to release stress that has accumulated in the tissues, muscles and joints of the head, face, neck and shoulders. It aims to nourish the body's energy systems.
In Ayurvedic tradition, marma points are anatomical locations around your body where a concentration of life energy exists. Marma points are said to contain the three doshas:
vata (air and space)
kapha (earth and water)
pitta (fire and water)
These doshas are believed to be linked to physical and emotional wellbeing. Like traditional acupressure and Chinese acupuncture, Ayurvedic massage stimulates the marma points and is believed to improve physical and mental wellbeing.
Hasta (hands) Abyhanga
Pada (feet) Abyhanga
Uplifting Face Massage*
Kansa Wand Face Massage*
*Using marma therapy massage techniques, this rejuvenating treatment can release stress induced toxins from the face and restore balance for the most natural, non-invasive face lift you could have. Benefits include:
improves muscle tone of the face
relieve sinus congestion
assists lymphatic drainage
promotes a healthy glow to the complexion
This treatment is adapted to suit individual needs. It incorporates Swedish massage techniques and soft tissue manipulation depending on requirements; either to promote relaxation, target specific areas of tension or to assist injury recovery. Benefits include:
eases muscular tension and pain
improves lymphatic drainage, eliminating toxins
improves blow flow throughout the body
reduces emotional and physical stress
Hot Stone Massage
This therapeutic treatment uses hot stone massage to ease areas of tension, assist injury recovery, aids elimination of toxins and promotes deep relaxation. Ideal for specific areas of tension or soft tissue injury. Hot Stone Massage is a therapeutic treatment that uses hot stones with Swedish Massage techniques to ease areas of tension, assist injury recovery, aids elimination of toxins and promotes deep relaxation. It is particularly effective for sports injury recovery.
Lymphatic / Oncology Massage
The lymphatic system supports the circulatory system and is the body's filter. It removes and transports excess cellular waste and toxins for elimination, along with providing extra immune cells and antibodies for immunity. This is a subtle but effective treatment that uses a gentle pumping technique with the hands, and is focused on the upper layer of soft tissue. It stimulates the lymphatic system to encourage elimination of toxins and production of immune cells. Benefits include lowering stress and fatigue, reduces swelling & oedema, aids immune function, improves sleep, and pain reduction.
It is a widely recognised conservative treatment for lymphedema and can assist to relieve the side effects of cancer and prescribed medical treatments. The Cancer Act 1939 requires that prior to receiving any complementary therapy, consent from the healthcare support provider is mandatory. If this applies, please do NOT book an appointment until consent has been obtained.
Reiki Therapy is a simple, natural, and safe method of healing and is a form of complementary therapy commonly referred to as energy healing. Practitioners explain that energy can stagnate in the body where there has been physical injury, or emotional pain, and over time these energy blocks can cause illness. Reiki is used to help the flow of energy and remove blocks in a similar way to acupuncture or acupressure. This can enable relaxation, reduce pain, speed healing, and reduce other symptoms of illness. A treatment is often described as a wonderful glowing radiance that flows through and around you. Reiki is suitable for everyone. It is a complementary therapy and should NOT replace prescribed medical treatments.
Deep Relaxation Meditation
This deep relaxation meditation, also known as Yoga Nidra, is a beautiful, nourishing and restorative meditation for the mind and body. Yoga nidra or 'yogic sleep' is a state of consciousness between waking and sleeping, similar to the 'going-to-sleep' stage. The intention is not necessarily to induce sleep but instead to prepare the body for sleep and/or restorative relaxation. Suggested as an addition to any of the massage therapies or to enhance reiki therapy. This will leave you feeling extremely relaxed and rejuvenated.
This 5 week course will provide you with the foundations to begin your own meditation practice. During each 1 hour session you will explore different meditation techniques to help you find what works for you. Also, you will learn about the science of meditation and the incredible positive changes to your brain that research has identified.