Treatments and Prices

Massages:                                                         Other Treatments:                             

                                                                                    30min /  hour £

Deep Tissue Massage                          ___________     40  /   60                                         

Swedish Massage                                 ___________     40  /   60

Lomi Lomi Massage                              ___________     50  /   80

Pressure Point Massage                       ___________     40  /  60 

Reiki (Energy Balancing) Massage       ___________    45  /   90

Honey Massage                                    ___________     40 /   70

Lava Shell Massage      New                 ___________    70

Anti-Cellulite Massage                           ___________     30  /   60

Reflexology                                            ___________    30

Face Masks: 

Green Mud                                     _________  20 (Note: All  mask     

Scrub Mineral                                 _________   20 treatments  have

Honey                                             _________   20 face massage)

Pedicure                                         _________  35

Manicure                                        _________   25

Green Mud Body Wrap                  _________  40

Acne Treatment                             _________   20

Waxing                                           _________   35 per area

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Information About Treatments 

Deep Tissue Massage    


Deep tissue massage, as its name says, focuses on the deeper layers of muscle tissue. It is designed to reach the deep sections of thick muscles, specifically the individual muscle fibres. 

Using deep muscle compression and friction along the grain of the muscle, the purpose of deep tissue massage is to unstick the fibres of the muscles and release both toxins and deeply held tension points. Specific hand positions and strokes are used to respond to various tissues while breath and movement techniques are employed to release muscular congestion. It helps to loosen muscle tissues, release toxins from muscles and get blood and oxygen circulating properly. It is both corrective and therapeutic. It is beneficial for many physical problems, including sports injuries and chronic pain. Because it works very deeply, emotional issues can also be addressed, when these have been stored in the body.

Massage treatments take place on a massage table on bare skin. Deep tissue massage usually focuses on specific areas and may cause some soreness during or after the session. If the massage is done correctly however, you should feel better within a day or two. Water helps to eliminate toxins from the body so it is important to drink plenty of water after a deep tissue massage to help this process along. 

Swedish Massage  
Swedish Massage is a system of long strokes, kneading, friction, tapping, percussion, vibration and shaking motions that apply pressure between muscles and bones, rubbing in the same direction as the flow of blood returning to the heart. Swedish Massage feels good, is relaxing and invigorating.

The main purpose of Swedish Massage is to increase the oxygen flow in the blood and release toxins from the muscles. Some other benefits of this massage style include shortening recovery time from muscular strain, increased circulation without increased heart load, stretching of ligaments and tendons, skin stimulation and soothing of the nervous system. It reduces stress, both emotional and physical, and is suggested as part of a regular program for stress management. 

The sequence of techniques usually used in a session of Swedish Massage are:

Effleurage: gliding strokes with the palms, thumbs and/or fingertips.
Petrissage: kneading movements with the hands, thumbs and/or fingertips.
Friction: circular pressures with the palms of hands, thumbs and/or fingertips.
Vibration: oscillatory movements that shake or vibrate the body.
Percussion: brisk hacking or tapping.
Passive and Active Movements: bending and stretching.
The patient is required to be appropriately unclothed for the treatments, which would usually be for an hour, although longer or shorter massage treatments are also possible.

Lomi Lomi Massage                              
Hawaiian massage is known as “Ka Huna”, Lomi Lomi”, or “Temple Style” massage. Traditionally, Hawaiian massage was part of the Hawaiian Rites of Passage as it is thought to be both transformational and healing. It balances the body and the mind, and heals a person physically, emotionally and spiritually.

Ka Huna Massage
In the Hawaiian tradition, a Ka Huna is a healer. Ka Huna practitioners use their hands, forearms and elbows to give a massage. Music is played during the massage and the practitioner may dance around the table using hula or tai chi style movements. This helps them to attune to the natural rhythms of your body and it also helps the practitioner to harmonise the rhythms that occur between a person’s body, mind and soul.

Anybody is able to receive a Ka Huna massage, which is also commonly called Ka Huna bodywork. It is excellent for people with conditions such as:

grief or loss
physical discomfort or injuries
Before undergoing the massage, the practitioner will first talk to you about things such as your mental, emotional and physical in order to determine the best approach for the treatment. Clients are encouraged to focus on their breath during the massage. Inhaling allows you to draw fresh energy and inspiration into yourself and exhaling allows you to expel tension and negative thoughts.

Lomi Lomi means “to rub and roll”. It is a loving massage in that the practitioner touches and treats the client with love, respect and compassion. Lomi Lomi is also known as “loving hands”. It is a unique style of massage that sees the practitioner using their hands, forearms, elbows, fingers, feet, knees, and even sticks and stones to massage their client.

The massage works by stimulating the natural flow of energy within the body in order to bring about changes in the physical, emotional and spiritual areas. Stress and tension is released so that energy can flow freely once more. It is also deeply relaxing and rejuvenating. Lomi Lomi is good for:

detoxification and waste removal
improving the immune system
stimulating lymphatic, circulatory, respiratory and digestive systems
releasing muscle tension
improving flexibility
improving muscle tone
One or two practitioners may give a Lomi Lomi massage and different parts of the body may be massaged at the same time. Full and under-body strokes are used to help bring the body back into its correct rhythm and balance.

Finally, the practitioner may also talk to their client about incorporating other practices into their lives such as prayer, meditation, or a change of diet.

Pressure Point Massage          
Trigger points, also known as myofascial trigger points, are areas of hyperirritability in the soft tissue structure. These can be acute sources of pain or latent, unnoticed by the client until pressure is applied by the practitioner. Trigger points are manifested as small contraction knots in the muscles, that control the state of contraction and active ones may cause muscle spasm and referred pain.

Treatment consists of physical therapy, manipulation and stretching. A firm digital pressure is applied by the practitioner, who is able to locate the specific points causing pain and restricted movement and these may often be located in places different to where the client actually feels the pain.

Trigger Point Therapy is sometimes incorporated with Sports Massage and the client is usually unclothed for the treatment, which may not include the use of oil. Other factors such as nutrition, stress and chronic illness are also considered, as potential contributors towards the problem. Conditions that will benefit from this massage modality include:
Sports Injuries Chronic
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Neck and Jaw Pain
Stress and Fatigue
This massage therapy is also known as:
Myofascial Therapy
Trigger Point Release
Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy
Triggerpoint Myotherapy

Reiki (Energy Balancing) Massage     
Why have a Reiki treatment?
Whilst prescribed medication often provides relief from our pain or problems, they may not solve the issues causing those problems.  Reiki treatments can create positive changes in body, mind and spirit, as it restores balance to the body, enabling it to heal itself.

What happens during a Reiki treatment?
Reiki treatments create positive changes in body, mind and spirit, as this wonderful energy works to restore balance, enabling healing to take place.

What might I feel?
You may feel heat or tingling from the practitioner’s hands.  Sometimes people see colours or feel they are floating, or very heavy.  Treatments vary, bringing a different experience each time as the cumulative effect of Reiki allows the body’s health to improve.

How can Reiki help me?
Conditions that benefit from Reiki include:
:: Stress and Tension
:: Fatigue                                                                                       
:: Insomnia
:: Anger, Grief, Anxiety or Depression
:: Muscular aches and pains
:: Back pain

Reiki can also help you to:
:: Deal better with difficult situations
:: Feel more positive and confident
:: Remove some of the ‘clutter’ from your life
:: Enjoy a better quality of life

Is Reiki Safe?
Reiki is a non-invasive, gentle therapy.  It is safe to use on anyone of any age and can also be used on animals.

How many treatments do I need?
You will benefit from a one-off Reiki treatment, which will bring a sense of peace and calm and you will feel some physical improvement too.  However, the effects of Reiki are cumulative so the best results come through having a course of treatments, maybe 4-6 sessions at regular intervals.                                                                            

Honey Massage                                      
Honey massage incorporates the healing effects of honey and the beneficial ingredients that honey contains. During the massage, Beneficial substances from the honey are absorbed directly into the skin and trapped toxins are stimulated and removed from the system.

  Honey massage:
Unblocks and stimulates the lymph system
  Improves the thermal regulation of the skin 
  Has a positive influence on the entire nervous system
  Works as anti- inflammatory and aids in relaxation
  Improves Circulation
Working with honey on the core of the body, the back and abdomen, is a powerful treatment for releasing tension and removing toxins from the system.
Vitamins, Minerals and Amino Acids
Honey contains small amounts of a wide array of vitamins, minerals, amino acids and antioxidants. The vitamins found in honey may include (depending on floral variety) niacin, riboflavin and pantothenic acid; minerals present include calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium and zinc. Just as the color and flavor of honey varies by floral source, so does the vitamin, mineral, antioxidant and amino acid content. 
Antioxidants in Honey
In addition to the nutrients that are involved in normal metabolic activity, foods contain components that may provide additional health benefits. These nutrients are referred to as nutraceuticals. Phytochemicals are one broad category of nutraceuticals found in plants that are actively being investigated by scientists for their health-promoting potential. Honey has a phytochemical profile which includes polyphenols that can act as antioxidants.
Antioxidants perform the role of eliminating free radicals, which are reactive compounds in the body. Free radicals are created through the normal process of metabolism and contribute to many serious diseases. Researchers at the University of Illinois, led by Nicki J. Engeseth, Ph.D. and May R. Berenbaum, Ph.D., are studying the antioxidant capacity of common honey varieties. Darker honeys tend to have a higher mineral content and antioxidant potential.

Indian Head Massage
Indian head massage originated in India over 1000 years ago and began as a way of keeping the hair in good condition.  It is based on the ancient healing system of Ayurveda.

This form of massage works on the upper back, shoulders, upper arms, neck, scalp, ears and face.  The areas are massaged using firm yet gentle, rhythmic movements that involve acupressure points called Marma points.  Ayurvedic oils were traditionally used in this form of massage however the use of oils is now optional.

Conditions Treated
Indian head massage can be used to:

relieve eyestrain
relieve insomnia
ease headaches and migraine
relax muscles
relax and tones facial muscles
stimulate the hair and scalp
help localized blood and lymphatic circulation
boost the immune system
restore joint movement
relieve sinusitis
reduce stress
release anxiety
The Process
Indian head massage is great for relieving the stress and tension in our everyday lives.  The technique uses controlled movements and has a strong effect on the three higher chakras – the mind, body and spirit.  The chakra is the energy vortex that we need to remain striving and because the massage works on the neck and shoulders, tension is relieved almost instantly.

Regular sessions of Indian head massage will result in a number of health benefits for the client, and a course of treatments may be advised if a complex condition is involved. 

During the massage, the client remains seated and fully clothed.  The therapist will then stand behind or slightly to the side of the client to perform the massage.  A treatment session usually last for thirty minutes.  This form of massage can be used with other therapies.      

Anti-Cellulite Massage                          
While the cosmetic industry looks for new ingredients to stop this chemical reaction, anything that speeds up the circulation in areas of cellulite or helps break up the hard rim of these fat cells will improve areas of cellulite. Massage can do both the friction brings fresh blood to the skin surface, while the warmth and rubbing action help break down the rims around the fat cells. So this massage is specifically designed to include lots of vigorous movements which leave skin tingling and rosy with oxygenated blood.

Reflexology is based on the principle that congestion or tension in any part of the foot mirrors congestion or tension in a corresponding part of the body. These parts, known as reflex points can also be found on the hands and other body parts, however, the most commonly treated area is the feet.
Benefits of Seeing a Reflexologist

Reflexology has many beneficial and lasting effects. Some treatments are gentle in nature, aiming to restore systems for better function while others are more specific, addressing the client's particular conditions. It is a healing process that can be safely used when it is not convenient to treat other body parts. As a non-intrusive technique, it heals indirectly. Reflexology can be a relaxing therapy that works on many levels, soothing, calming, balancing and boosting the entire body. 

The client's case history leads to the treatment protocol so that the technique is tailored to the needs of the client. A Reflexologist can facilitate relief for:
Sinus pain
Menopausal symptoms
Pre-menstrual syndrome and other menstrual irregularities
Back pain
Neck pain
Shoulder pain
General benefits of Reflexology include:

Reduced stress and tension
Improved circulation
Reduced toxicity
Improved immunity
Increased body awareness
Foot Reflexology Sessions

A foot reflexology session usually lasts about an hour, depending on the age and state of the patient's health. There is no need to get undressed as it is required that only shoes and socks are removed. After a session, the patient will become aware of the changes taking place as toxins released from congested systems are processed and eliminated.