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 …

Tuina

Tuina or tui-na (pronounced twee-nah) massage originated in ancient China and is believed to be the oldest system of bodywork. It’s one of the four main branches of traditional Chinese medicine, along with acupuncture, qi gong, and Chinese herbal medicine. It’s based on the theory that imbalances of qi, which is the body’s vital life force or energy, Read More …

Massage for Cancer

Is massage safe if I have cancer or I am recovering from cancer? The answer is yes: We trained with Christies and are so pleased to be able to deliver effective massage to the highest of standards to those that have cancer and those who are recovering and have recovered. Lets end the taboo around Read More …

Hot Stone Massage

Hot Stone Massage £40.00 (1 hour) Back neck and shoulders 30 minutes  £30.00   Hot stone massage therapy melts away tension,eases muscle stiffness and increases circulation and metabolism. Each 1 hour hot stone massage therapy session promotes deep muscle relaxation through the placement of smooth, water heated stone at key parts of the body. our professional Read More …

Don’t let muscular aches and pains get you down

We offer a  range of Massage to suit most peoples preference. We have three highly trained massage therapist who offer their own unique skills to to the type of massage they perform.  Sports Therapy Deep Tissue Swedish Aromatherapy Chinese Cupping Hot Stone Deep Tissue Massage   Back, neck and shoulder 30 minutes £25.00. 1 hour Full Read More …

Bowen Therapy

Bowen Therapy is the gentle manipulation of muscles, tendons or ligaments and periods of rest which enable the body to realign and repair itself. It is a relative new therapy, being created in the 1970’s by Mr Tom Bowen in Australia, he believe that long term treatments were not necessary and that most problems should Read More …