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Massage Therapy

Is your body feeling tired, worn out and run down? Are you stressed, tense and have a headache?

Sometimes we just need a little extra help to relax and unwind. Whether you are looking for a relaxing and blissful massage to forget about the day, or are a keen sportsperson needing some TLC for overworked muscles then we can help you.


There are many different kinds of massage that can benefit you:

Relaxation Massage

  • Relax those tired and overworked muscles
  • Allow your mind an hour of rest while your body repairs
  • Decrease tension in your body
  • Decrease stress hormones that are  detrimental to your health

Sports Massage and Deep Tissue

  • Improve your muscle performance and recovery from sport
  • Improve your flexibility
  • Flush out excess lactic acid that can build up after exercise
  • Prevent adhesions and fibrous bands in muscles, tendons and ligaments and encourage tissue repair
  • Help prevent injury


neck massage

Therapeutic deep tissue massage

  • If you work at a computer chances are you have suffered from neck or back pain at some point. Massage can smooth out these aches and pains leaving you sitting, standing and walking taller.
  • Improve your circulation
  • Massage releases endorphins that lift your mood and increase your sense of wellbeing!
  • Massage aids pain relief and reduces inflammation by improving your circulation and aiding key nutrients and oxygen to reach your muscles, essential for the healing process after injury.

Fancy a bit of both? Maybe you’d like a deep tissue massage to iron out the aches and pains, followed by a relaxing and soothing massage to cleanse the mind. Your therapist will discuss with you beforehand what it is you want to get from your massage and can tailor your massage with a variety of one or more techniques.

Even if you don’t have aches and pains massage can help maintain your feeling of well being, relaxation and help keep feelings of stress at bay.

Click here to book a massage with one of our therapists.