Swedish Body Massage

Swedish massage is one of the most commonly offered massage techniques. It’s sometimes called a classic massage. The technique aims to promote relaxation by releasing muscle tension. Swedish massage may loosen up tight muscles caused by daily activities such as sitting at the computer or exercising. It can be very helpful for people who hold a lot of tension in their lower back, shoulders, or neck.

Sports massage

Sports massage uses a variety of pressure (often deeper, more intense and focused than in conventional massage) to speed up an recovery time and help prevent injury. Complete training programme should include not just the exercises but also regular massage. A sports massage has many benefits for an athlete, or anyone who doing regular exercise. Although sports massage is aimed for people who regularly push their bodies through strenuous exercise. If you're running around with small children all the time, or you have a physically demanding job, a regular sports massage may help you. 

Deep tissue massage

Deep tissue massage is a massage technique that’s mainly used to treat musculoskeletal issues, such as strains and sports injuries. It involves applying sustained pressure using slow, deep strokes to target the inner layers of your muscles and connective tissues. This helps to break up scar tissue that forms following an injury and reduce tension in muscle and tissue. It may also promote faster healing by increasing blood flow and reducing inflammation.

Hot Stone Therapy

Hot stone therapy is a specialist massage that uses smooth, flat, heated basalt stones that are positioned along your spine, in the palms of your hands, along your legs and between the toes.

Typically from river beds, basalt stones are used for massage as they have a rich iron content that retains heat. Cold marble stones are often used in the treatment to help aid with detoxing and healing the body.
The combination of hot and cold stones encourages your body to detox and heal through increasing your lymphatic flow and encouraging your body to remove waste products.

Indian head massage

Indian head massage is a relaxing holistic treatment that uses acupressure massage on the head, face, neck and shoulders. It aims to rebalance your body's energies. It is an ancient therapeutic treatment that has been practiced in India for thousands of years.  Part of the Hindu health care practice of Ayurveda, Indian head massage focuses on your head, neck and shoulders and was originally used to improve scalp and hair condition. It is a deep massage, using a variety of pressure and techniques, including circular massage strokes on your scalp, deep tissue work on your shoulders, and stretching the neck. This form of massage focuses on the three higher "chakras" - mind, body and spirit and as such hits your energy epicentre.
It make you feel detached and serene, leave you sighing and wordless, but also alert and clear-headed, alleviating brain-fog and stress.

Manual lymphatic drainage 

MLD is a form of massage that works by specifically targeting the lymphatic system. It uses gentle, rhythmic, pumping movements to move excessive fluid build up from the area or tissues affected back into the main circulatory system. We can accumulate excess lymph for a number of reasons such as a sluggish or damaged lymphatic system, injury, illness, unbalanced lifestyle or lymph node removal.

Acupuncture 

Acupuncture is a specialist area of complementary and alternative medicine, drawing its origins from the Chinese philosophy of Qi. Acupuncture focuses on manipulating and maintaining the balance of ‘life energy’ or ‘life spirit’ in the body with the insertion of needles into various acupuncture points. The positioning of these needles is dependent on the type of illness or health condition that needs to be treated. The accurate application of acupuncture is used to treat a variety of emotional, mental and physical disorders or to maintain general wellbeing and good health

Massages and therapeutic treatments