Available For 60, 90, 120 Minutes
Available For 30, 45, 60 Minutes
Available For 30, 45, 60 Minutes
Available For 60 minutes
Available For 30, 45, 90 Minutes
Available for 60, 90 minutes
Deep tissue massage uses slow, firm strokes and pressure to ease and release tension deep in your muscles.
What is deep tissue massage?
Deep tissue massage does what it says 'on the tin' - it is a massage technique that works on the deeper layers of muscle tissue.
Similar to Swedish massage, deep tissue massage uses slower and firmer strokes and pressure than other treatments - deep finger pressure that concentrates on particular areas, and follows or goes across the fibres of muscles and tendons.
Deep tissue massage is a blanket term that describes a number of different therapies, and is often used medically by physiotherapists, chiropractors and so on.
Deep tissue massage features in most forms of massage to some degree, including:
Deep tissue massage is a particularly effective massage for people with muscular pain.
Here are a few of the less mainstream forms of deep tissue treatments that you might not have come across.
Deep tissue massage helps to refresh and relax muscles, increasing the blood flow and therefore the oxygen flow around your body. This gets rid of toxins in very sore and strained muscles, which helps them to strengthen and heal.
Deep tissue massage is often used to treat people who are recovering from accidents, and for sports injuries as it increases blood circulation in muscles that are underused, relieves chronic muscle tension throughout the body, and can also break down scar tissue and "knots" deep in the muscles.
Deep tissue Thai massage with hot oil is very good for people that do a lot of sport such as cycling, running etc.
This massage therapy will help you strengthen your muscles and improve your blood circulation.
Thai hot oil full body massage will help you to release tension, improve body flexibility and help to balance the free circulation of energy. It helps relax mind, body and soul.
This massage is suitable for anyone that wants a feeling of well being and a massage that also incorporates a range of health benefit.
The health benefits of aromatherapy include its ability to relieve anxiety and depression, boost energy levels, speed up the healing process, cure headaches, boost cognition, induce sleep, strengthen the immune system, reduce pain, improve digestion, and increase circulation.
This is the ideal solution if you haven’t got time for a full Holistic Body Massage or if you have concentrated aches and pains, discomfort or tension in the upper body.
Our back and shoulders are very often the parts of the body where we tend to accumulate muscular tension. Sedentary occupations, postural problems, stress, as well as hard physical work, can all contribute to excessive build-up of soreness and pain in this area of the body.
A Back, Neck & Shoulder Massage will loosen the muscles in the back and shoulders where tension exists. Allowing your body to unwind during a Back, Neck & Shoulder Massage will get rid of stiffness and promote deep relaxation. By speeding up circulation over a wide area of the body, more fresh, oxygenated blood will nourish the tissues, relieving aches and aiding tissue recovery and repair. Most of us will experience backache at some time in our lives and a Back, Neck & Shoulder Massage can work as effective prevention, by loosening up any tense muscles before they start mistreating you. If you already suffer with tension and pain, you will start feeling better during the treatment and hopefully will continue to feel noticeable benefits afterwards.
This massage encourages relaxation, relieves stress, improves circulation and relaxes muscles. It is also good for relieving tension headaches, improving flexibility and can help to strengthen the immune system.
Frozen shoulder is a condition where an individual will experience pain and stiffness in the shoulder and is not able to lift the arm over the head. Frozen shoulder causes stiffness and restricted range of movement in the shoulder. This condition is medically known as "adhesive capsulitis." However, the adhesive capsulitis is a specific condition where there is a slow onset of stiffness and pain in one shoulder due to inflammation and tightening of the joint capsule. Usually the terms frozen shoulder and adhesive capsulitis are used alternately.
Massage therapy is very beneficial in treating frozen shoulder as it increases the blood circulation to the injured region and also reduces the formation of scar tissue. Regular massage should be done to reduce the muscle stiffness. The pain and stiffness usually gets relieved after several massage treatments.
Sciatica is pain in the sciatic nerve, which runs down the low back and leg. Sciatica pain can make it difficult to walk, sit, and move normally.
Technically, sciatica is caused by the compression of the sciatic nerve. The sciatic nerve runs from the spinal column all the way down the back of the body, separates at the tailbone and continues along each buttock and down into the leg. The five roots of the sciatic nerve originate in the lower spinal column, weaving together to form the sciatic nerve.
When the sciatic nerve becomes inflamed or compressed, the symptoms of sciatica begin to rear their head. These sciatica symptoms include lower back pain, buttock pain and numbness, radiating leg pain, a pins and needles sensation, and difficulty feeling or moving the affected leg. Sciatica symptoms typically affect only one side of the body, though it’s possible for them to occur in both sides of the body, with debilitating resul
Massage can help sciatica by relieving tension in the muscles that are wrapped around the sciatic nerve, allowing the nerve to function normally. These muscles include the quadratus lumborum (which runs vertically in the low back), the piriformis and glutes (buttock muscles), and the iliopsoas (a large muscle which runs downward from the low back and wraps around the inner thigh). Loosening up muscle tension and knots in these areas can relieve sciatica symptoms.
A natural approach to better health. Wonderfully relaxing, Indian head massage is based on the ayurvedic system of healing which has been practiced in India for over a thousand years.
It involves a massage to the head, face, upper back, shoulders, arms and hands that relieves tension in the muscles; it can be relaxing, stimulating and invigorating. The massage covers important energy areas in the body, if you are feeling stressed or angry, tension tends to accumulate.
This tension can later show up as a stiff neck and shoulders, eye strain, and sometimes hair loss. Indian head massage relieves the build up of tension, and also has an emotional effect; calming the person, promoting relaxation and relieving stress.
Tired Leg & Foot Treatment
An incredible way to bring relief to your tired feet and legs, this legs treatment is excellent for relief of aches and pains. This treatment helps to balance water retention, stimulate lymphatic flow, and energize tired feet and legs. Walk away with a tingle from the cooling peppermint gel used during this treatment.
Thai Foot Massage is a massage of the feet and also lower legs. Thai foot massage is both invigorating and deeply relaxing and involves hands on massage, stretching and acupressure to stimulate reflex points. It has elements of Shiatsu, Reflexology, and Chinese massage, incorporated into the treatment. Traditional Thai Foot Massage, includes the use of a traditional Thai foot massage stick as well as using the palms, fingers, thumbs and knuckles to work the feet.
This wonderfully enjoyable foot massage dates back more than two thousand years, originating in China, and is seen all over Thailand today. Treatment includes working on 'Sen' lines, which are from the Ayurvedic tradition and are the equivalent to the meridians of Traditional Chinese Medicine. The techniques of Thai Foot Massage are thought to stimulate and open these energy channels, leaving you feeling relaxed, balanced and invigorated.
Thai Foot Massage is great for tired feet, improving circulation and lymph movement in the feet and lower legs, and improving flexibility. If you have tried reflexology, you will also enjoy this fabulous treatment, but will be surprised at how different the techniques feel! Certainly, like reflexology, you will leave the session feeling relaxed, yet energized and invigorated!