Pain Relieving Massage

What is it and what I can expect?

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.

Whilst topical application of the product alone can help to relieve the inflammation and may be applied between massages, Sandra has found that combining it with massage aids for deeper penetration through the skin and directly to the problem
area helps significantly, as well as the therapeutic benefits of the massage itself.

Ian and Di are clients who have recently tried this new therapy. Listen to their experiences with the special pain massage:

What is it best for?

Any pain that is a result of inflammation such as arthritis, gout, lupus, back pain, knee pain and pain following prolonged exercise.

This massage can be tailored to target specific pain points or can be part of a full-body massage.

Coming for a treatment

We recommend that you wear older clothes to attend this session. The application of the product can be a little messy and although it is wiped off at the end of your massage, some residue can remain.

Which therapists provide this service?

Sandra Leyland-Williams

Free consultation available

If you are unsure of what is best for you, Sandra will happily discuss it with you prior to you booking an appointment.

Not sure which massage is right for you?

Because we believe in integrated care and ensuring you have the best treatment for you, there is a lot of choice at the Beehive.  We understand that this can be confusing but all massage treatments start with a consultation where you can discuss your personal health and well being issues.  The therapist will advise you if they feel an alternative treatment would be more beneficial.  Alternatively contact us and we can talk you through the options.

Please get in touch with us to book an appointment and talk through your options;

    Or call 01244 915603

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