Discover the gentle, age-old art of massage to rebalance the body and mind.
By working the skin, soft tissues and muscles, massage has an effect on all the major and minor systems of the body. It improves general health and promotes profound relaxation or vitality as well as relief from aches, pains or stiffness.
It is also wonderful for alleviating some of the more uncomfortable effects of pregnancy such as swollen ankles, aching hips and lower back pain, whilst giving you a chance to come to grips with all the physical changes that are happening inside and outside of you. Massage in pregnancy is a wonderful tool to help relax, renew and revitalise the mind body and spirit of you and your baby.
We now offer holistic spa massage treatments such as *Chocolate Massage
Having a chocolate massage is great for firming skin and stimulating serotonin.
By working the skin, soft tissues and muscles using sumptuous Chocolate butters and serums which look and smell good enough to eat, the chocolate massage has an effect on all the major and minor systems of the body. It improves overall health and promotes an intense state of relaxation including relief from stiffness, and muscular aches and pains. The chocolate boosts and stimulates the circulatory system and can improve overall complexion, suppleness and firmness.
*Green Tea Massage
This massage is calming, relaxing and soothing. By working the soft tissue of the body using rich Shea butters and serums infused with Green and White tea, this massage is vital in the fight against aging skin and sun damage. Green tea is packed with Anti oxidants and contains the vital ingredients which block harmful rays from the sun and help to renew our skin layers including elastin which keeps our skin flexible, plump and youthful.
Green tea is soothing and calming for sensitive skin and sufferers of Acne roseca.
Our Green tea massage not only feels and smells great but it leaves skin looking and feeling soft and refreshed. By working the skin, soft tissues and muscles the pace of this wonderful massage will most likely send you into a short slumber but when you wake up you will feel refreshed.
One of the biggest benefits of a coffee massage is the reduction of cellulite. Coffee works as a stimulant and causes blood vessels to widen and increases blood flow. By doing this, coffee helps to reduce water retention and decrease the size of fat cells. Combining coffee with massage therapy combines the effects to successfully target and reduce cellulite.Before the butter massage you will be treated with a scrub and serum to treat the affected areas. Coffee massages help reduce fluid retention and revitalize the skin, giving it a tighter and smoother appearance, ridding the affected areas of that cottage cheese appearance. Used regularly coffee butter can aid in slimming and reducing bloated areas.
Coffee massages should be avoided if you are pregnant or suffer from high blood pressure. If you are allergic to caffeine, it is best to stay away from such products and therapies as well.
Cranberries make wonderful facial masks and body treatments. Your skin will be treated to this Super fruit Cranberry treatment, with pure organic Cranberry seed oil, to give your skin a power punch of VITAMIN E, OMEGA 3 and OMEGA 6 antioxidant activity and skin nurturing benefits. Cranberry has one of the highest antioxidant and phytosterol content giving your skin an additional natural sun protection to prevent from sun damage and boost wrinkle reduction. Muscles and soft tissue will be manipulated and your skin smothered in this wonderful butter. For additional benefits this massage is accompanied by a foot scrub because Cranberry seed contains a high degree of hydration properties which you’ll notice will leave your skin soft and hydrated for hours after your treatment as it carries the highest ratio of moisturising properties from seed oils.
What can it treat?
Back and neck pain
General aches and pains
When is it available?
Contact the Centre to make an appointment
Fees & Consultation
1 hour – £65
1/2 hour – £35
Please note, times and costs are subject to change.
To make a booking, please call the Centre on 020 8452 0900 or email firstname.lastname@example.org