Swedish massage, Deep tissue massage, Hot stone massage, Pregnancy massage, and Reflexology
Swedish massage / Deep tissue massage
Swedish massage is incredibly enjoyable. It is restorative, working with the muscles and soft tissues to provide calm and balance, and even have an overall effect on your wellbeing.
Being a classic massage, Swedish massage is often the foundation for many other treatments, and can also be mistaken for them. The two most commonly mistaken techniques are aromatherapy and Thai massage:
The goal of Swedish massage is to improve your circulation and promote relaxation through soothing your muscles. It’s therefore quite different from deep tissue massage or sports massage. The techniques involve soft strokes over areas which are more prone to pain, or without much muscle coverage. Where the muscles are thicker, the pressure is changed and the massage is deeper.
There are numerous benefits of Swedish massage including: Easing of muscle pain, Increased blood circulation, Increased range of movement, Reduction in emotional and physical stress, Releases feel good chemicals, Improves sleep.
Hot Stone massage
There are various different hot stone massage techniques, and some will depend on the individual therapist. Generally though, the stones are placed on the body in specific spots, either guided anatomically or on energy points believed to help aid balance and flow. Beyond leaving the stones in place, the therapist will also use the stones to perform Swedish massage techniques, such as kneading, long smooth strokes, and rolling.
Top benefits of hot stone massage: It’s comforting and relaxing, The heat aids depth, Relief from tension and pain, Relief from stress and anxiety, Aids sleep, Immune system boosting, Helps managing pain, Draws out toxins.
Many practitioners of hot stone massage believe that one of the real benefits of this type of massage is its ability to draw toxins to the surface of the skin, and eliminate them through the body’s natural sweating process. This leads to a wonderful radiant glow.
A non-intrusive complementary health therapy, based on the theory that different points on the feet, lower leg, hands, face or ears correspond with different areas of the body. Reflexologists work holistically and aim to work alongside allopathic healthcare to promote better health
Benefits of reflexology: Reduces stress & anxiety, Boosts blood circulation, Boosts brain function, Reduces toxins, Improves your immune system, Reduces headaches.
Swedish Full Body Massage - £70
Deep Tissue Massage - £80
Back, Neck, Shoulders and Head Massage - £50
Swedish Full Body Massage (with hot stones on the back) - £80
Hot Stones Full Body Massage - £100
Reflexology - £65
Pregnancy Massage (after 12 weeks) - £65
Package of 4 treatments (within 4 months) - £250
10% discount for new customers
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114 Camden Road
Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN1 2QX
Treatments are by appointment only and can be booked from Monday to Sunday at your convenience through our booking system.