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Explore our diverse range of treatments, each crafted to address individual needs. Whether you’re seeking relaxation, rehabilitation, or rejuvenation, we have the perfect solution. Dive in and discover the therapy that aligns with your goals. Your journey to optimal well-being starts here!


Post a quick consultation to understand your specific needs, our Sports Massage/Deep Tissue treatment is tailored just for you. Leveraging techniques like Deep Tissue Massage, Stretching, Taping, Vacuum Cupping, and Trigger Point Therapy, we aim to alleviate muscle tension, enhance flexibility, and promote overall muscle health.


Following a preliminary discussion to gauge your needs, our full-body Sports Massage/Deep Tissue treatment offers a comprehensive therapeutic experience, going beyond the scope of the 50-minute session. This extended service delves deeper into addressing your specific concerns. Techniques may encompass Deep Tissue Massage, Stretching, Taping, Vacuum Cupping, and Trigger Point Therapy, all aimed at optimising muscle function and alleviating discomfort.


Specifically designed for athletes and active individuals, our sports injury treatment begins with a detailed assessment of the injury. The therapy aims to promote faster healing, reduce pain, and restore function. By targeting the affected area with specialized techniques and rehabilitative exercises, this treatment not only aids in recovery but also helps prevent future injuries, ensuring you return to your sport or activity stronger and more resilient.


After an initial consultation, our Relaxation Massage is tailored to counter the stresses and strains of daily life. This treatment zeroes in on key tension zones, especially the back, neck, and shoulders, ensuring you feel light and renewed. The session may integrate trigger point therapy for a deeper release, targeting specific tight spots for a comprehensive sense of relaxation and well-being.


Following a concise consultation to understand your needs, our Relaxation Massage (full body) offers a thorough unwinding experience, surpassing the breadth of the 50-minute variant. This extended session allows more dedicated focus on various body regions, ensuring every trace of tension is addressed. To enhance the relaxation process, selective trigger point therapy might be incorporated, targeting specific knots or tightness, culminating in a holistic release and rejuvenation for your body.


Myofascial Release is a specialised hands-on therapy that targets the fascia, the connective tissue surrounding muscles and organs. Over time, this tissue can become tight or restricted due to injury, stress, or inflammation. Myofascial Release works to gently stretch and manipulate the fascia, aiming to alleviate tension, improve mobility, and restore the body’s natural balance. Beneficial for those with chronic pain or restricted movement, this treatment offers a holistic approach to relief, promoting overall well-being and improved physical function.


Generally, massage is safe for most people, however there are health factors which are known as contraindications which can restrict massage for some people. These will be spoken about during the consultation and the therapist will outline what treatments are safe for the client.

Massage will relax muscle tissue which will increase range of motion, joint spaces and a decrease in nerve compression. By keeping up with regular treatments massage will reduce pain and improve functions throughout the body. Massage is very good for reducing stress levels too.

You can, however to get the most out of the treatment it is not advised. The advice from the therapist is to normally take it easy for the next 24 hours to let the body recover after the treatment.

There are points that throughout the massage it may be painful but it is important to speak to your therapist throughout the treatment so they can gauge what is too much. Trigger point therapy and cupping therapy are normally more painful than the massage itself.

Generally the advice from a therapist will be to have a treatment every month. Different factors will influence the length between each session but normally to keep in good health once a month is advised.

A deep tissue massage will focus on releasing tension throughout the body, whereas a sports massage will focus on certain areas that may have suffered from overuse, this type of injury may have caused a strain or a sprain which will need specific soft tissue treatment.

I have completed my level 3 & 4 sports massage with a structural rebalancing module in there too. I also have qualifications to complete the following treatments; Kinesiology taping, Vacuum/Fire cupping and a Rockblades course.

These will often be used during treatments to help with injuries and niggles that struggle to release off by hand.

Generally the answer will be no. However if you have cupping then there is the potential for marks to be left for the coming days. These are not anything to worry about, they are just where the cup was placed to release tension in the muscle.




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