We like to keep our pricing structure simple with affordable sessions that you can fit in around your busy lifestyle.
Your initial appointment includes a free consultation to assess your needs and treatment goals.
Therapeutic massage takes into consideration both how you are feeling physically you feel emotionally.
Each session is specifically tailored to your needs and so the treatment you receive will be unique, following no fixed routine, taking into account much more than just superficial aches and pains.
Daily life impacts on our body in many ways. Although we can easily become tired, stressed, anxious and exhausted we seldom create the space to explore the therapeutic form of beneficial relaxation. Massage can create instant improvement in the quality of sleep and concentration, improve circulation, soothe tense and tired muscles and encourage emotional well being.
Vacuum Therapy is an incredibly effective yet gentle modality of massage.
It is a non-invasive technique performed with a mechanical device that lifts the skin by means of suction, creates a skin fold and mobilises that skin fold.
Although this may look like cupping and uses cups to create vacuums this is in no form "wet cupping" and absolutely no blood is drawn.
Due to the suction you may experience small circular red marks that may take approximately a week to subside.
The suction and negative pressure provided by cupping can loosen muscles, encourage blood flow, and sedate the nervous system (which makes it an excellent treatment for high blood pressure).
Cupping is used to relieve back and neck pains,stiff muscles, anxiety, fatigue, migraines, rheumatism, and even cellulite.
In the late 1970s, this therapy was introduced to treat traumatic or burn scars.
Variations in duration, amplitude or frequency of the treatment have a substantial influence on collagen restructuring and reorientation - implying possible beneficial influences on the healing potential. Vacuum massage may release the mechanical tension associated with scar retraction.
Most Golfers will experience tightness and tenderness in various muscles associated with golf which can be exacerbated by poor posture, poor golf technique, no warm-up or preparation and intense practice regimes. Specific points of tenderness can be where muscles join the tendons or where the tendons join onto the bones. However, golfers can also experience spasm in bellies of the muscles themselves.
This massage addresses muscle imbalances which occur when the body is continually fixed in a permanent position or involved in repetitive actions such as range practice or through poor posture (i.e. putting, chipping, driving to and from the golf course or sitting sat desks).
This massage should be done well before a tee time - 48 hours is ideal. If you get one right before a round your muscles won't perform optimally.
It can reduce tension and anxiety especially when the golfer feels under pressure allowing golf to be played from a better mental state of mind.
It will assist the lymphatic system, act upon and eradicate lactic acid that builds up from walking, practice and playing.
It will help reduce muscle tightness that can lead to or cause postural imbalances.
It will increase your range of movement, by loosening stiff joints and tight muscles. Creating a freer more fluid motion in the golf swing.
It can reduce muscle spasms and scar tissue especially in over tight areas.
Finally, mentally it also creates body awareness, generates a feeling of well being and can affect the receiver on energetic level too.