Massage Treatments

Relaxing massage:

Full or part body massage that focuses on providing clients with relaxation and a sense of calm. Uses repetitive, light strokes. The client is covered at all times and only the area being worked on is exposed. Fully clothed massage can also be offered.

Deep tissue Massage:

This uses slower, more targeted strokes. Focuses on the muscle fibres and the tissue (fascia) surrounding them. Using a combination of various techniques, pressure is adjusted depending on; the muscles being targeted and how tense the area is. The overall aim of this massage treatment is to improve the function of the muscles by reducing knots, adhesions or tension restricting their movements.

On-site chair massage:

Sitting on a chair with the face resting on top of the chair. Using a range of efficient strokes on the client’s head, neck, shoulders and back. A short massage that focuses efficiently on the muscle areas that are in need of attention. This massage aims to create an environment of calm or refocus.

Manual Lymphatic Drainage Massage:

This treatment is focusing on the lymphatic system, by using  very gentle pressure in the direction of the the lymph nodes and lymphatic ducts (both helping to drain back into the circulatory system). The aim is to help the body more efficiently remove fluid and waste it does not need and also bring nutrients to cells. This treatment might be helpful for; reducing of swelling, cold/flu or feeling of low energy.

In addition, it might help relieve the symptoms of cancer or the side-effects from a treatment prescribed by your consultant. Please bear in mind that this is not a treatment or a remedy for the cancer itself.