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Bethshona Kenny  - Indian head, full body, back/neck/shoulder, aromatherapy, hot and cold stone massage

David Sheppard  - sports massage, clinical massage, holistic massage         

Dianne Kenny - full body, back/neck/shoulder

Adam Wood - chinese massage (Tui Na)

Therapeutic Massage is a very relaxing treatment. It aids the elimination of toxic waste, assists the lymphatic and venous flow of blood, relaxes and tones the muscles. It can relieve muscular tension and help reduce the symptoms of stress, ideal for those with hectic lifestyles.

 Massage may:-

  • Help prevent injury and aid recovery

  • Relax muscle spasm, reducing stiffness and pain

  • Encourage flexibility

  • Stimulate body systems such as immune and circulatory systems

  • Reduce stress

  • Promote overall health

  • Regular massage can help maintain the body's balance, function and health


Swedish full body

Swedish body massage was created by a Swedish physiologist, Per Henrik Ling (1776-1839) and incorporates a range of massage techniques including kneading, effleurage, stroking and wringing to relive muscle tension and ease stress.


Hot and cold stone massage

Combined with classic massage techniques hot volcanic stones and cool marble stones are placed on the body. Switching between cool and hot applications has the added advantage over only using hot stones as it causes blood vessels to alternately dilate and constrict, leading to increased movement of fluids within the body, increased removal of toxins and increased healing. This leads to the overall effect of a reduction in tension with a simultaneous feeling of invigoration.

Alternatively only hot stones can be used if a more relaxing massage is sought. This can be discussed with your therapist.


Combines use of essential oils personalised to the individual to aid relaxation and release of tension