Choose your massage:
A Holistic massage is a very individual treatment, taking into account the physical, mental and emotional aspects of your being. It does not follow a routine, but rather focusses on agreeing the best direction for each session with you and your therapist. Techniques used could include percussion, mobilisations, holds, as well as classical Swedish techniques. You are always in control and welcome to initiate any changes to the session at any time.
A Deep Tissue massage technique uses firmer pressure than a Swedish massage and focuses on the deeper layers within the body. It helps to release muscle knots that are often associated with physical discomfort, stress, and headaches. It may cause some discomfort, particularly if you have any injuries, however this pain does not last long. The purpose is to lengthen muscles, relax and release tension, thereby assisting the body to re-align itself.
A Swedish massage is one of the more popular forms of massage. It involves using hands, elbows, and forearms to manipulate the soft tissue and muscles of the body. Techniques used include long, gentle kneading strokes, tapping and join mobilisations. The effects could include improved circulation a sense of calmness. It can also energise your body, while relieving tension and have a balancing effect.