Deep Tissue Massage - Find Out More
Similar to Swedish massage, but the deeper pressure is beneficial in releasing chronic muscle tension. Ideally suited if you are suffering from chronic aches and pains in areas such as neck and upper back, low back pain, leg muscle tightness and sore shoulders.
Swedish Massage - Find Out More
A less pressured massage, it encompasses 5 or 6 different techniques to warm up the muscle tissue, releasing tension and gradually breaking down the muscle “knots”. This type of massage is most well known as its main function is to promote relaxation.
Indian Head Massage - Find Out More
Including massage of the shoulders, upper arms, neck, scalp and face and ears this is a wonderfully relaxing therapy that is safe and very effective at relieving aches, pains, stress and rebalancing energy flow to provide a deep sense of calm and tranquillity.
Pre-natal Massage - Find Out More
After your 1st trimester, and being in good health, pregnancy massage is a wonderful way to relax and enjoy your pregnancy whilst addressing some of the most common complaints, such as aching legs and feet, lower back discomfort and aching neck and shoulders. Using the holo-lilo will enable you to lie on your tummy throughout the massage.
Health & Well-being - Find Out More
A treatment plan designed to identify and treat your physical and emotional well-being. A variety of massage techniques are used, incorporating deep tissue, swedish, hot stones, stretching, and with tips and techniques given to help restore your work/life balance, with the aim of gradually reducing or eliminating your physical symptoms.
You can expect to see results typically within 1 to 6 weeks depending on the severity and length of time you have had your symptoms.
Sports & Performance - Find Out More
Designed specifically to get the body read for a race or event with the aim of after the massage of increasing circulation, flexibility and mental clarity to ultimately improve performance. This can be done as a series of treatments, or 24 hours before an event and will typically take 45 minutes
This is a short, specific treatment given ideally 48 hours after an event, to decrease DOMS (Delayed On-set Muscle Soreness). This treatment will take no longer than 30 minutes.