Please note that all of our therapies are bespoke, tailored to match each individual clients specific needs.
As a result, most of our treatments will combine several different techniques in harmony to achieve optimal results.
Our repertoire includes:
Acupressure/Trigger Point Therapy:
An essential component of bodywork, our therapists use these techniques to help change the neuromuscular conditions in the body, and on a deeper level to help restore the natural movement of energy.
Deep Tissue Massage:
This style of massage uses a considerable amount of pressure. It allows the therapist to reach the deeper fibres of the muscles, and is considered the treatment of choice for those who prefer a strong massage. Our experienced and qualified therapists are expert in applying these techniques, but even so, some muscular soreness may remain for a day or two after these treatments. Rest, good food and a long hot bath are advised after a good deep tissue treatment. For best results, no physical exertion for 48hrs.
Facial Rejuvenation Massage:
This is similar to the Indian head massage, but the emphasis is on the face and not the hair. The therapist aims to use a blend of oils to enhance circulation to the face and bring back the natural lustre to our features. Refreshing and invigorating, yet gentle.
A simple, relaxing, invigorating form of massage which uses oils. Usually a full body treatment from head to toe.
Indian Head Massage:
This is a traditional Indian treatment. A blend of oils is used to invigorate the hair, the scalp and face. This is a very relaxing and soothing treatment that takes less time than a full body massage. It can also be incorporated into other treatments with little difficulty.
A simple and elegant massage. A gentle pressure is used to move lymphatic fluids around the body. This is a good choice for those with poor circulation, and prefer a lighter touch. Ideal for assisting detox plans.
This is a neuromuscular type of treatment. In this treatment the therapist manipulates of the connective tissue and soft tissue structures of the body. The connective tissue forms a web/matrix around and throughout the whole body and the manipulation of this matrix can have deep effect on muscles and sinews as well as the nervous system. A slow treatment, involving static postures applied for several minutes each.
A special treatment to help athletes and competitors to prepare for, or recover from high performance activities. Usually quite a short and brisk treatment, no more 10-20mins in length, but needs to be provided on location for maximum results.
Qi Gong & Tui Na Massage:
This is a form of energetic massage similar to shiatsu. A variety of massage strokes both light and deep are employed to balance the patients energy. This can be done with oil or on top of clothes!
Qi Gong Therapy:
This is a natural extension of Qigong &Tui Na Massage. The therapist uses a mixture of on the body and off the body techniques to stimulate and move the patient’s energy. Our therapists use their knowledge of the flow of Qi in nature to assist them in their treatments. This is similar to Reiki.
Sports Injury Massage:
This is used to enhance recovery and recuperation from specific injuries, both new and old. A variety of massage techniques, stretches and exercises are employed to facilitate healing.