We offer a wide range of different massage therapies to treat your problems and help you relax. Doing massage regularly helps maintain physical and emotional wellbeing.


Treatment Massage

£80.00 - 60 Mins

The treatment massage provided by our experienced TCM practitioners uses techniques including stroking, kneading, pulling and pressing etc to manipulate the tissues, muscles and ligaments of the body. 

A session of acupressure provided by an experienced practitioner will not only make you feel relaxed  but also help you release any physical and emotional tensions that maybe blocking your energy channels, to help bring the body back into balance,

Relaxation Massage 

£15.00 - 15 Mins

£30.00 - 30 Mins, £60.00 - 60 Mins

Feeling drained after a long business trip, need to look your best at the next meeting, want to relax but in a hurry?

Just drop in have a good relaxation massage, no time is too short for us, we have a wide range of time scale to let you choose from, it could be either a lunch break energy booster, or a longer unwind session to make you feel totally relaxed, no matter what our friendly professional therapist will always make you feel special and renewed.
 
 
Aromatherapy Massage
  £40.00 - 30 Mins, £80.00 - 60 Mins

Aromatherapy uses essential oils extracted from flowers and plants to balance the emotions and improve health and wellbeing. At your first visting, our therapist will off you a free consultaion, then carefully choose a blend of essential oils to suit your condition. These are added to a carrier oils and applied to your skin through massage. Aromatherapy is very effective to help reduce stress, release tension and boost energy level.

  

Reflexology

 £40.00 - 40 Mins, £80.00 - 1Hour

 

Chinese reflexology is the massaging of areas on the feet that correspond to the organs of the body.Reflexology is sometimes known as Zone Therapy as the body is divided into different zones represented by a point in the foot or hand. Nerve endings are embedded in feet and hands that then travel to the spinal cord and to various parts of the body. Traditional practitioners believe that simulating these nerve endings helps to improve circulation, activate “Qi” (vital energy) in the body and also promotes relaxation and wellbeing. 

 
 
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