Massage is an ancient healing art and is described as the manipulation, either manual or mechanical, of soft body tissue and muscles for therapeutic purposes. Touch is one of the earliest senses we develop, one of the most vital and the most natural means of relieving pain and discomfort. It can re-energise the body restoring vitality and promotes a degree of self healing. 

It relaxes tired muscles, reduces pain and fatigue, helps digestion, alleviates joint problems and helps to lower the blood pressure.

  • Massage increases the blood supply therefore feeding the skin with oxygen and nutrients

  • Renenerates tissue

  • Improves elasticity of the skin, especially scarring

  • Improves circulation and skin tone

  • Reduces joint strain and improves nutrition to the joints

  • Improves posture and alignment

  • Increases flexibility

  • Reduces stress helping mental relaxation and lifting depression and anxiety

  • Improves sleep

  • Creates feeling of calmness

  • Improves energy levels and increases vitality

  • Massage renews, relaxes, restores and replenishes

I have a Level 3 Diploma in Swedish Massage and Anatomy & Physiology. I am fully insured and a member of the Federation of Holistic Therapists and The Beauty Guild. I strive to create a peaceful, relaxing environment where clients can unwind through a combination of massage techniques to treat body and mind.