Massage can have a profound effect on both mind & body alike
Whether you choose to have a one off treatment or incorporate massage into your long term health and wellbeing lifestyle, there are a number of ways a qualified massage therapist can assist you.
Deep Tissue Massage
A series of firmer pressure techniques to target the inner layers of the muscles, and dense connective tissue and tendons. Focus and detail to specific areas.
Ideal for Muscle tension, Chronic muscle pain and injury rehabilitation.
(from 2nd trimester only)
A style of massage that has been adapted and tailored to maintain the wellbeing of the mother and child. It will closely represent a normal Swedish & deep tissue massage with varying degrees of firmer pressure to relieve discomfort and lighter pressure to help relax.
A therapy which uses no pressure to restore and revive the lymphatic system. The lymphatic system works within our body, part of the body’s immune system.
It can assist in the removal of waste products, toxins and excess fluids, and in the delivery of antibodies, effectively helping us to protect from infection and fight disease.
Ideal for clearing congestion ( catarrh), viral infections such as cold & flu, cellulite, menopause, PMS, swelling ( odema).
Oncology (Cancer) massage is very specilaised, and is completely different to traditional forms of massage. It can cushion Cancer treatment and be a moment of respite.
Slow, steady, light touch movements, are given methodically to provide a compassionate & pain free touch. Not all massages are full body, some maybe isolated parts. The length of massage time can & will vary.
Oncology massage can:
Assist the body’s central nervous system to help the body relax, lessening stress and anxiety.
Promote better sleep
Assist with Cancer & Cancer treatment side effects such as nausea & numbness
A series of light pressure relaxing strokes of sweeping & kneading, tapping and passive joint mobilisation.
Ideal for general relaxation and tension relief