Mens Body Massage

SWEDISH MASSAGE

BACK, NECK & SHOULDER 25MIN £35.00

(Relatively gentle massage form focused on the body’s superficial layers. Back, Neck & Shoulder Included)

BACK, NECK & SHOULDER 40 MIN £40.00

(Relatively gentle massage form focused on the body’s superficial layers. Back, Neck & Shoulder Included)

FULL BODY MASSAGE 55 MIN £50.00

(Relatively gentle massage form focused on the body’s superficial layers. Scalp, Face, Neck & Decolletage, Front & Back of Legs, Arms, Back, Neck & Shoulder)

DEEP TISSUE MASSAGE

BACK MASSAGE 25 MIN £40.00

(It involves applying sustained pressure using slow, deep strokes to target the inner layers of your muscles and connective tissues. Back, Neck & Shoulder Included)

BACK MASSAGE 40 MIN £45.00

(It involves applying sustained pressure using slow, deep strokes to target the inner layers of your muscles and connective tissues. Back, Neck & Shoulder Included)

FULL BODY MASSAGE 55 MIN £55.00

(It involves applying sustained pressure using slow, deep strokes to target the inner layers of your muscles and connective tissues. Scalp, Face, Neck & Decolletage, Arms, Back & Front of Legs, Back, Neck & Shoulder Included)

HOT STONE MASSAGE

BACK, NECK & SHOULDER 40 MIN £50.00

The stone massage is a form of alternative medicine massage therapy and bodywork involving the placement of several heated stones to the body for the purpose of pain relief, relaxation and therapy. Back, Neck & Shoulder Included)

BACK, NECK & SHOULDER 55 MIN £60.00

The stone massage is a form of alternative medicine massage therapy and bodywork involving the placement of several heated stones to the body for the purpose of pain relief, relaxation and therapy. Back, Neck & Shoulder Included)

AROMATHERAPY MASSAGE

BACK, NECK & SHOULDER 25 MIN £40.00

A method of massage therapy that incorporates essential oils into the system of kneading muscles and soft tissues of the body to help relieve medical conditions, injuries, or to preserve wellness. Back, Neck & Shoulder Included.

BACK, NECK & SHOULDER 40 MIN £45.00

A method of massage therapy that incorporates essential oils into the system of kneading muscles and soft tissues of the body to help relieve medical conditions, injuries, or to preserve wellness. Back, Neck & Shoulder Included.

FULL BODY MASSAGE 55 MIN £55.00

A method of massage therapy that incorporates essential oils into the system of kneading muscles and soft tissues of the body to help relieve medical conditions, injuries, or to preserve wellness. Scalp, Face, Neck & Decolletage, Arms, Front & Back of Legs & Back, Neck & Shoulder Included.

PREGNANCY MASSAGE

BACK, NECK & SHOULDER 40 MIN £45.00

Our Belloost Pillow is designed to create a comfortable treatment environment for any round-bellied clients to lie on their front. We’ve tested it with pregnant bellies, beer bellies, food-baby bellies and even women with sensitive breasts, and all gain the same support and comfort from the Belloost pillow during your massage to help relax mum and baby. Back, Neck & Shoulder Included.

FULL BODY MASSAGE 90 MIN £75.00

Our Belloost Pillow is designed to create a comfortable treatment environment for any round-bellied clients to lie on their front. We’ve tested it with pregnant bellies, beer bellies, food-baby bellies and even women with sensitive breasts, and all gain the same support and comfort from the Belloost pillow during your massage to help relax mum and baby. Scalp, Face, Neck & Decolletage, Arms, Front and Back of Legs and Back, Neck & Shoulder Included.

HOLISTIC THERAPIES

SCALP & FACE, NECK & DECOLLETAGE MASSAGE 25 MIN £30.00

HOPI EAR CANDLE 30 MIN £35.00

Massage is one of the most well-known, well understood and most popular complementary therapies today, and for good reason. Due to the range of techniques and styles available in body massage, you’d be astounded at just how good massage is for you.

Massage has a strong effect on the body physically, or physiologically, and you will be surprised at just how much it can be of help to you. Some of these benefits are listed below…

Improves waste removal processes in the body

Encourages sleep, thus helping with insomnia and other sleep issues

Helps to relieve stiff and aching joints

Encourages lymph drainage which can help to reduce swelling

Improves the blood circulation through the body

Helps to encourage deeper breathing

Improves skin tone and colour

Relaxes and relieves sore and tired muscles

Can either help to stimulate or sedate the nervous system

Helps the body to relax

Can help to limit scars forming after injuries and can also help to break down existing scar tissue

Massage can help to release muscles that are pressing on nerves, therefore relieving pain or tingling in arms and legs

Can improve muscle tone and balance, thus giving better support to the skeletal system

The relaxing properties of massage can help to decrease the heart rate

Regular massage can increase white blood cells, strengthening your immune system

By relaxing the respiratory muscles, massage can improve lung capacity

Improving and stimulating digestion

POST TREATMENT ADVICE

Rest and relax for 12 hours after treatment. Practice deep breathing and relaxation techniques. This will help ensure that the body is able to heal itself sufficiently.

Drink lots of water to help flush out toxins from the body.

Avoid sunbathing or sunbed treatments unless all the oil is removed in case the skin burns.

Do not eat a large meal immediately after a treatment because this will cause blood to be diverted to the gut to help with the digestion of food. This will divert energy away from the healing process. After an hour light meal such as fruit and vegetables make ideal snacks.

Avoid coffee, tea, and colas for 24 hours as they contain caffeine. Caffeine is a stimulant and therefore will not help you to relax.

Do not drink alcohol for 24 hours as the treatment is a detoxifying one and drinking will introduce toxins.

If you smoke: reduce your intake and set a long-term goal to quit. Seek support from: smokefree.nhs.uk.

Avoid other holistic treatments for 24 hours to enable your body to rebalance and recover; allowing the healing process to make some headway before your body is exposed to more therapy.

As part of your ongoing aftercare advice, you may have been given postural advice, stretching or mobility exercises. Make sure you follow your therapist’s advice carefully.

To receive the maximum benefits from your therapy, follow a healthy lifestyle: eat a healthy balanced diet; aim to get 8 hours sleep per night; exercise 3 times a week for 30 minutes each time and take time to enjoy a hobby or interest.

Return for regular treatments to maintain the benefits from your therapy.

You have just experienced a treatment. As a result, you may experience one or two of the following reactions:

Tiredness / fatigue

Exacerbated symptoms

Thirst

Headache

Heightened emotions

Aches & pains

Nausea

Frequent urination

These reactions are nothing to worry about. Your body has just been stimulated and is responding to the treatment by ridding itself of toxins and working to heal any problem areas that have been treated. Symptoms will normally subside within 24 hours.

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Our company’s mission is to enhance human life by the way you look and feel by providing the highest-quality beauty and cosmetic treatments.