It is important to be aware that certain methods of massage focus on just one part of the body, such as the head or back, whilst other techniques focus on the whole body. Technically, a full body massage is a hands-on manipulation of the skin, muscle and joints to relax muscle spasm, relieve tension, improve circulation and hasten elimination of toxins and wastes from the body. Massage is an ancient art. It has been known to be in practice in the Orient for over 3000 years.
Having a massage is believed to rubs away fatigue inducing stress but also improves blood circulation in the body. Apart from creating a pleasant sensation on the skin, it also works on the soft tissue (the muscles, tendons and ligaments) to improve muscle tone. Although it thought to mainly affects the muscles just underneath the skin, its benefits may also reach the deeper layers of muscle and possibly even the internal organs. Massage can literally soothe our nerves and produce a feeling of well being. The action of rubbing the skin creates changes in the body and the hormone endorphin is also released. This is the body's natural pain killer which also creates a sense of well being.
It is believed that after a number of massages people find that they are more aware of their bodies and in turn more able to relax. In general, massage is believed to support healing, boost energy, reduce recovery time after an injury, ease pain, and enhance relaxation, mood, and well being. It is always advisable to do your own research and consult your doctor first before embark on any body treatments.
|Head Massage (30 Mins)||£20|
|Shoulders, Neck, Scalp & Face (35Mins)||£25|
|Upper Back, Shoulders, Neck, Scalp & Face (40 Mins)||£35|
|Full Body (1Hr)||£45|