Massage has the effect of extreme relaxation. When we are stressed the body is held in a ridged position and the muscles become stiff and tight. For those of you who sit and drive a computer tend to tense the body around the neck shoulders and lower back. This can cause lower back pain, headaches, and fatigue. People who exercise also become ridged as the muscles are often overworked. Without massage, injury can result, resulting in many months away from the gym and in some cases work. Chinese Remedial Massage while using the hands can also employ the use of cups, cupping is a good way of removing waste products from the muscles that cause muscle tension and fatigue. The cups are placed on the body using a flame which causes a vacuum within the cup allowing it to adhere to the skin. After cupping a bruise like circle is left on the skin but this mark is generally the result of toxins being removed, this is excellent in the treatment of colds and flu.

* Relaxation - Relaxation Massage is all about relaxing and time out. It focuses on giving the client time to recover from the stresses of daily life, to let go and be in the now.

* Therapeutic – Therapeutic Massage uses specific techniques to stretch and lengthen connective tissues and muscles, bringing wellness and a sense of relaxation and mobility to the client. Therapeutic Massage stimulates the skin and nervous system. It reduces stress, both emotional and physical.

* 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.

* Chinese Remedial – Chinese Medicine Remedial Massage (CMRM) is often used to treat sports injuries and other problems affecting the musculoskeletal system. CMRM also provides benefits to individuals who are stressed, suffer poor sleep or headaches. CMRM consists of a series of specific manipulative techniques using hands, limbs or other body parts upon respective body surfaces using varying magnitudes of force to bring about a therapeutic response (beyond normal relaxation associated with massage).

Treatment Times: 30mins, 45mins, 60mins & 90mins.