Facial Sculpting-Cupping and Gua Sha To Rejuvenate Your Face

Work out for your face using holistic treatments, such as facial sculpting, facial cupping and facial Gua Sha. Treatment time 1.5hrs £80 Welcome to a  therapeutic, holistic treatment, that can help to transform and sculpt your face. Ann will use a number of traditional therapies, including facial sculpting, Cupping and Gua Sha, that have increasing Read More …

Reflexology

Does it tickle? Reflexology is a safe and gentle therapy which may help to boost the body’s healing systems. It is a therapy which has been used for hundreds of years and can be used on almost any client, there are a few exceptions such as foot fungal infections. The feet mirror the body in Read More …

Toe nail reconstruction

Before and after on male customer           Embarrassed to show your feet ? Are you really fed up with wearing your trainers or shoes when everyone else are walking around in sandals?  This treatment is for male and female. Toenail reconstruction (aesthetic toenail correction) is a simple and painless process which Read More …

Onyfix Nail Correction

Onyfix If you are unfortunate to suffer from in-growing, involuted or pincer nails this could be the treatment for you. Onyfix toenail correction system is a completely new way to correct painful problematic toe nails and is brand new to the UK The Onyfix system is a class 1 medical device that has been designed Read More …

Facial sculpting with Ann

Sculptural face lifting is the rejuvenation of the face, without having facial surgery. Sculptural face lifting is all about using natural techniques of strengthening and deeply relaxing movements, to assist with reducing wrinkles and toning up the muscles of the face and neck area. During a session of sculptural face lifting, the muscles of the Read More …

Gua Sha

Gua Sha – pronounced Gwahshah is a healing technique of traditional East Asian medicine originating in China around 200BC. The art of Qua Sha is defined as instrument-assisted unidirectional press-stroking of a lubricated area of the body surface. Gua Sha means to scrape away fever, the Qua being the scrape and the Sha being the Read More …