32 points on the head represent different areas of your life; gently touching these areas in sequence releases stored energy, decreasing the ‘chatter’ in your head.   At worst, this therapy can feel like you’ve had a full body massage; at best, it can change your life!

In reflexology the body is reflected in the feet so we can treat the entire body, including any problem areas, while you lie on a bed or sit in a chair with only your feet exposed.  Reflexology feels wonderfully relaxing but if you dislike people touching your feet, can also be done on the hands.

Not just for sporty folk; combining relaxing massage, deep tissue massage and passive stretches, sports massage involves work on specific problem areas and is effective in the relief of joint and muscle pain, improving circulation, mobility and performance.

This is a deeply relaxing treatment, massaging the scalp, face, neck, shoulders and back, with or without oil as you prefer.  Improving circulation to the head, this treatment is said to aid hair and scalp condition, sleep patterns and memory – a good one to have before an interview or exam

Dating back thousands of years, this ancient healing technique was rediscovered and brought to the world’s attention by Japanese Dr Usui in the 1800s.  Calling on universal healing energy, Reiki balances mind, body and spirit and promotes wellbeing.  Reiki can be hands on or hands off, or even sent from a distance.

Japanese Face Massage

Combining the ancient arts of Japanese face massage and Chinese acupressure, Tsuboki is a deeply relaxing treatment which leaves you feeling revitalised.  It feels like a full body treatment but only the face and neck area is touched.  The treatment includes lymphatic drainage to release toxins, and gives a ‘natural face lift’.

Tsuboki Hand Massage also available.