Core Treatments

Relaxation Massage

Our most popular massage is our relaxation treatment. Of all the benefits massage has to offer, floating off into bliss and being in a state of total relaxation is perhaps the most appealing of all. Our relaxation massage can also increase oxygen flow and help to release toxins from your muscles. This is an oil based full body massage, using gentle strokes from head to toe, leaving you feeling both invigorated and relaxed. Each therapist applies their own unique, individual touch to this massage and your therapist will of course be happy to tailor your treatment to suit your own tastes and preferences.


Deep Tissue Massage

This highly popular deeper massage uses techniques applied to all muscle groups to help ease intense pain as well as knead out any knots that may be causing you discomfort. The aim of this massage is also primarily relaxation, however firmer pressure is applied. You will feel calm and rejuvenated after our excellent deep tissue massage! This massage focuses on different layers of your muscle and tendon tissue and helps to loosen you up and relieve any strain you may be feeling caused by knots and pulls in your muscles.

Add-On Treatments


Indian Head Massage

Indian head massage, as the name indicates, originated from India and is a beautifully traditional practice that is now immensely popular amongst Western cultures. This is due to its simplicity and portability, that allows it to be utilised anywhere and everywhere, making relaxation and holistic wellness more accessible for everyone.


In a reflexology treatment session, pressure is applied to certain sections of feet, hands or other areas. As a result of the body’s natural reflex zones, the correlating body system or organs benefit from the pressure.

Other Treatments


Focusing on long, seamless strokes that glide from one part of the body to another, Lomi Lomi massage can soothe the mind while easing tension in the muscles. These rhythmic, repetitive movements allow you to fully relax during the session.


Ayurvedic massage is a customized treatment incorporating essential oils, typically herbal-infused, with time- honoured and non-traditional strokes and kneading that suit each individual’s needs. Movement flow can be quick or drawn out, depending upon your preference.


Instead of the relaxing gliding and kneading motions characteristic of more popular forms of massage, Thai massage employs stretching, pulling, and rocking techniques to relieve tension and enhance flexibility and range of motion. It is sometimes called the “lazy person’s yoga.”

Lymphatic drainage

A descendant of Swedish massage. The strokes applied are intended to stimulate the movement of the lymphatic fluids in order to assist the body in cleansing. This is a very specific technique which requires advanced training and precise movements.

Sports massage

Utilizes specific strokes and stretches to help obtain maximum performance and physical conditioning with less chance of injury or pain. It helps to obtain maximum conditioning by increasing power, endurance and flexibility both before and after an event or work out.


Pregnancy massage is specifically tailored for the expectant mother’s needs. It is also called pre-natal massage. The mother’s body must be properly positioned and supported during the massage, using pillows and padding. Proper positioning ensures comfort and safety for the mother and baby.

Couples Massage

Ultimately, a couples massage is a shared experience – a massage for two people, simultaneously, in the same private room, but on two separate massage tables or on the same bed and performed by two massage therapists. The massage therapists will start at the same time and coordinate the treatment for the couple.

What We Massage On



Massage on a treatment table is always best however not all our therapists can carry them on public transport. When you book you will be asked if you require a treatment table for your massage. Massages performed on treatment tables carry a £10 surcharge.



There are two key advantages to having your massage on your bed. Firstly, it costs less. Secondly, you don’t need to move furniture around to make room for a table! Massage on your bed is strictly professional, we offer this to accommodate customers and therapists who don’t want the hassle of a portable treatment table.