This is a much gentler massage than other forms of massage and uses various essential oils (concentrated plant oils) to promote both physiological and psychological benefits.
Aromatherapy massage is a great way to unwind and enjoy some relaxation time whilst helping to relieve any discomfort you may be experiencing.
Indian head massage is based on the ayurvedic system of healing which has been practiced in India for over a thousand years. It involves a massage to the head, face, upper…
Our experienced and excellent masseur Lynsey McCabe has developed packages especially for you.
This specialist pain massage developed by Sandra Leyland-Williams uses a combination of Swedish Massage with an all-natural, organic, vegan, seed-based product that helps to fight inflammation.
Reflexology is a non-invasive complementary therapy involving gentle pressure to specific points on the feet or hands, stimulating local sensory receptors to produce an effect elsewhere in the body.
Swedish Massage is the most common type of massage found at a spa. It combines various hands-on techniques to warm, then break up muscle knots known as adhesions.
This massage can be beneficial for those looking to improve circulation to their legs and feet, or looking to improve flexibility of the feet and ankles.
Thai massage works on the meridian (energy) lines within the body. When you become ill, the flow of energy around the body becomes blocked or is not flowing as freely as it should. When you have a Thai massage it encourages the flow of energy to bring harmony and balance back to the body.
TuiNa involves a hands-on healing massage which can range from 10-60 minutes long during which the illness is treated by manipulating areas of the body to correct imbalance, relieve pain and encourage a healthy flow of Qi.