For thousands of years healers have recognized the positive effects of massage therapy techniques for maintaining a strong, healthy body. Beyond relaxation and stress management, numerous benefits result from professional massage therapy, including the releasing of toxins, increasing blood flow and stimulating mental alertness.
Massage Therapy from skilled and trained Remedial Massage Therapists greatly compliments and accelerates the results of Chiropractic and Osteopathic care.
Our Massage Therapists combine Swedish, Deep Tissue and Aromatherapy Massage in order for client to receive the maximum benefit from their treatment.
Massage Therapists, Chiropractors and Osteopaths consider a person as an integrated being, giving special attention to the spine, joints, muscles, tendons, ligaments, and nerves.
Sports Massage, Osteopathy and Chiropractic care are natural health care methods that stress the importance of keeping all the systems of the body functioning efficiently so the sportsperson enjoys peak performance, a minimum injury risk, and fast recuperative powers.
Many world class and Olympic athletes, as well as professional stars and teams, have retained sports Therapists, Chiropractors and Osteopaths to provide care.
We are also able to provide other services such as Hot stone massage, Indian head massage, Pre and Post Natal Massage, Ear Candling and Neal's Yard Facials.
90 Minute Remedial Massage £60
1 Hour Remedial Massage £45*
30 Minute Remedial Massage £25
30 Minute Neal's Yard Facial £30
30 Minute Massage & 30 Minute Facial £50
1 Hour Massage & 30 Minute Facial £65
1 Hour Luxury Neal's Yard Facial £50
*New patients are required to have a 60 minute session to complete a full consultation
Very personable service. Highly recommended and I've been going there for nearly ten years!
I would highly recommend a massage to anyone wanting an hour to completely relax and a chance zone out. Absolutely wonderful!
Lucy is an absolute miracle worker. She's been sorting my achy shoulders out for a while but I recently developed a new ache with my GNR training, went for a 5 mile run on the beach yesterday and no aches today!