Quick Enquiry 01494 471 621

Clinic Charges

£55

INITIAL CONSULTATION (Includes 1st treatment) (60mins)

£40

AROMATHERAPY MASSAGE: REGIONAL: Head & Face / Back & Shoulders / Neck & Shoulders / Arms / Legs (30mins)

£55

AROMATHERAPY MASSAGE Full Body (60mins)

£55

HOT STONE THERAPY (60mins)

£40

HOT STONE THERAPY (30mins)

£40

INDIAN HEAD MASSAGE (30mins)

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Therapeutic Massage, Hot Stone Therapy & Indian Head Massage

Therapeutic massage is massage which is offered with the goal of obtaining a therapeutic benefit. Therapeutic goals can vary considerably between massage therapists and clients. In some cases, massage is recommended by a health professional (e.g. your chiropractor) and may be performed as part of a larger treatment plan. For example, someone on a chiropractic treatment plan for chronic pain in the neck and/or back might have regular therapeutic massage to loosen muscles, improve muscle tone, and increase flexibility.

People can also use therapeutic massage as a standalone treatment. Some people receive massage regularly to keep themselves in good physical condition. For example, athletes regularly make appointments for Sports Therapy massage, which is a form of therapeutic massage specifically designed for people who engage in athletic activities on a regular basis.

Massage may be used as part of a general wellness program for people ranging from office workers worried about muscle strain to construction workers who want to keep their muscles loose, strong, and flexible.

People of all ages can benefit from therapeutic massage when it is performed by a competent and fully qualified practitioner. Massage is also suitable for people with disabilities, expecting mothers, and people in treatment for medical conditions, although some special precautions may need to be taken to protect the health of the client. People who are not sure about whether or not massage is appropriate can consult their medical care providers to learn if there are any contraindications.

Techniques from a variety of massage styles may be incorporated, with the massage therapist tailoring the sessions to the needs of the patient.

 

 

Indian Head Massage

 

When discussing massage therapy, people should be sure to bring up problem areas which they would like to see addressed, and to discuss their medical history so that the massage therapist can adjust the specifics of the session to avoid causing medical complications.

 

Quick Enquiry 01494 471 621

Clinic Charges

£55

INITIAL CONSULTATION (Includes 1st treatment) (60mins)

£40

AROMATHERAPY MASSAGE: REGIONAL: Head & Face / Back & Shoulders / Neck & Shoulders / Arms / Legs (30mins)

£55

AROMATHERAPY MASSAGE Full Body (60mins)

£55

HOT STONE THERAPY (60mins)

£40

HOT STONE THERAPY (30mins)

£40

INDIAN HEAD MASSAGE (30mins)

Recent Posts

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    February 5, 2016
    It's everywhere you look ...'beware sugar', 'sugar, the new crack cocaine', 'is sugar toxic?' ...I don't know about you but I'm starting to think about the sugar in my diet!...
  • Chiropractic Tips for Winter Wellness

    August 28, 2015
    It's that time of year again ...shoveling up fallen leaves, frosty mornings and the threat of snow (perhaps) is just around the corner!   Wrap up warm When there is...
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    August 25, 2015
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