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What are the differences in the types of massages?

Swedish Massage

A classic treatment which aims to relax stressed and tight muscles, improve circulation and aid general well-being. The five main techniques used in a Swedish massage are stroking and gliding; kneading; rubbing; tapping or pounding; vibration. 


Aromatherapy Massage

A relaxing treatment that focusses on specific pressure points within the body. This treatment uses pure essential oils blended personally for each individual requirement to rebalance the body, de-stress the mind relax muscles. 


Pregnancy Massage

This treatment is specifically designed for mothers-to-be who have passed their 12-week mark/first trimester and can ease the strains of pregnancy. Particular attention is paid to tight shoulders, legs, arms and also includes a scalp and facial massage. It can also reduce swelling and promotes emotional and mental well-being, which is essential for the mother at this crucial time. 


Post-natal Massage

This massage is intended to give much needed mental and physical relief to mothers who have recently experienced childbirth; it is considered just as important as pre-natal care to recover from the effects of pregnancy and childbirth. The treatment eases any aches and pains, stretch tight or sore muscles and can help realign posture. 

Women who have had a normal delivery can experience this massage as soon as they feel well and ready to do so, this is typically within the first 5 days. If you have had a C-Section, please wait until your wound has sufficiently healed. 



A therapy based on the belief that different points of the feet correspond with different areas of the body. Pressure points are applied using various massage techniques with the aim of restoring the body to its healthiest state. This is a very relaxing treatment that is often used to boost the immune system and aid several ailments. 


Indian Head Massage

An ancient, Ayurvedic practice hailing from India which releases stress that has accumulated in the tissues, muscles and joints of the head, neck and shoulders. It is also known to improve the condition of the scalp and hair, promote physical, emotional and mental wellbeing and help eliminate toxins within the body. 


On-site Massage

This treatment is provided in the comfort of your own chair and is a quick and easy way to eliminate tension. This is released by massaging specific stress points on your back, neck, shoulders and arms leaving you feeling calm, refreshed and rejuvenated.

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