Holistic Therapies

Holistic Therapy

Holistic means ‘whole’. The aim of holistic therapy is to promote a healthy mind, body and spirit using different treatments, resulting in a balance of energy and wellbeing.

Our holistic therapies are carried out in a calm and tranquil environment, encouraging the start of your relaxing experience. The rooms are accessible to all levels of mobility.

There are some health conditions where massage is not recommended, or may need to be modified. Treatments can be done in conjunction with more traditional treatments. On your first visit a full consultation will be carried out to ensure the treatment is specific to your individual needs, and will be reviewed on future visits. Each treatment can be done individually, or a combination of two can be blended to suit your needs and preferences.

Indian Head Massage

Indian Head Massage combines massage of the upper back, shoulders, neck, head and face. Benefits can include reduced stress and tension, sinus and pain relief, improved sleep and mood. It can be done over clothes, or directly onto the skin incorporating the benefit of pre-blended aromatherapy oils.

Holistic Facial Massage

Holistic Facial Massage concentrates on the muscles and acupressure points of the face and head, resulting in a wonderfully relaxing treatment that increases muscle tone, helps relieve sinus problems, and leaves you looking and feeling great.

Reiki

‘Rei’ means universal and ‘ki’ means energy. Reiki is a simple and natural healing technique that rebalances the energy of the whole person. During the treatment the practitioner places their hands gently on or above the body’s energy centres; this is done over clothing and is not intrusive.

Sports Massage

Sports Massage is not just for sports people – it treats the soft tissue in the body, (muscles, tendons and ligaments) through specifically selected massage techniques. It is a valuable part of pre- and post-sports event training, assists in injury prevention, and aims to promote / maintain physical and psychological wellbeing.


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