holistic Massages, warm Bamboo Therapy & Pre-Natal Massages

Taking Time Out For You Is So Important .....

Improve your overall health and well-being

Many people integrate massage therapy into a regular health and wellness plan, and find that it improves their overall health and well-being. Most people feel rejuvenated after their massages and enjoy both the physical and emotional benefits that massage can bring.

Warm Bamboo Massage Therapy

Warm bamboo is perfect if you prefer a deeper massage, however can be adjusted to suit your requirements. This massage uses warmed bamboo sticks which work as an extension of the therapist hands. This massage is perfect if you want relaxation or if you are a sports person looking for muscle relief. 

Indian Head Massage

based on old Ayurvedic techniques, involving work on the upper back, shoulders, face & scalp.

I choose to perform this treatment whilst you are laying on my couch to provide you with the ultimate comfort and relaxation throughout your treatment

Thai Foot Massage

Thai foot massage is both invigorating and deeply calming for the mind and whole body. It involves hands on massage, stretching and acupressure to stimulate reflex points. This treatment includes traditional Thai stick work to stimulate reflexology points.

Pre-Natal Massage

It's exhausting growing tiny humans...... This is a soothing & relaxing massage, using Swedish massage techniques to ease away those aches of being pregnant. During this treatment I will be using pregnancy friendly oils & you will be positioned on your side with the use of bolsters and pillows for your comfort as required. 

Your Health When considering a massage

Cautions about massage therapy include the following:

Vigorous massage should be avoided by people with bleeding disorders, low blood platelet counts and by people taking blood-thinning medications such as Warfarin.

Massage should not be done in any area of the body with blood clots, fractures, open or healing wounds, skin infections, weakened bones (such as from osteoporosis or cancer) or where there has been a recent surgery.

Although massage therapy appears to be generally safe for cancer patients, they should consult their oncologist before having a massage that involves deep or intense pressure. Any direct pressure over a tumor usually is discouraged. Cancer patients should discuss any concerns about massage therapy with their oncologist.

Pregnant women should consult their health care provider before using massage therapy.

If you have the following condition please do not book a massage until the problem has cleared.


Cold or flu

Under influence of drugs or alcohol 

Recent operations 

Skin diseases

The following conditions will require doctors approval before massage.

Cardi-vascular conditions


Psoriasis or eczema

High blood pressure



Nervous or Psychotic conditions

Heart problems