Aromatherapy Treatments

Aromatherapy is the use of natural aromatic oils extracted from parts of aromatic plants. Your first treatment will involve a full consultation including your medical history.  This will ensure that the correct oils will be used in your treatment and that any specific areas of concern are addressed. Certain conditions may need permission from your GP before they can be commenced.

Eastern Head Massage

Eastern head is a safe and relaxing massage therapy, combining shiatsu, acupressure and reflexology. As a dry treatment, it doesn’t require the use of oils (so it’s great for your lunch break, or when you have other things to do afterwards) and includes the shoulders and neck.

Eastern head massage soothes and rebalances the energy flow to produce a feeling of peace and relaxation. It is a great treatment for those who suffer from headaches, migraines, neck tension, sinusitis, insomnia and asthma. This treatment is suitable for healthy adults, teenagers and the elderly.

Indian Head Massage

Indian head massage is also called Shiro-Abhyanga and has been used in the Indian sub-continent for over a thousand years. As well as massaging, kneading and the working of pressure points along the shoulders, neck, face and scalp take place. Indian head massage can help to alleviate tension and improve circulation and lymphatic flow. It also provides a sense of relaxation.

It is a great treatment for those who suffer from headaches, migraines and neck tension, and treatment is suitable for healthy adults, teenagers and the elderly.

Thai Foot Massage

Thai foot massage is a massage of the lower legs and feet that is well established in Thailand, with influences from Japan, Korea and China. It involves hands-on stretching and massage along with the use of a stick to stimulate the reflex points. The benefits of Thai foot massage are:

  • improved circulation in the legs
  • the aid of toxin removal
  • reduced stiffness
  • improved flexibility

This treatment is suitable for healthy adults, teenagers and the elderly.

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