What is massage…?
For me massage is a non-verbal way of communicating and it provides important physical contact to convey warmth, reassurance and calmness to the body. It is a sequence of hand movements and pressures over the muscular structure of the body.
What to expect and the benefits of a massage…
Our initial meeting will begin with a full consultation (at no extra cost).
The benefits of receiving a massage include:- loosening of tight muscles and relief from muscular tension. It stimulates blood circulation bringing fresh blood supply and oxygen to muscles, relieving any aches and pains. Overall a massage balances, relaxes and provides a sense of well-being.
The massages will be conducted on a comfortable massage couch, or chair for Indian Head, with soothing music and soft lighting.
Massage offers a cumulative relaxing effect and in my experience, it can take up to three sessions to fully appreciate the benefits.
- I accept female clients for massage sessions and male clients only on a referral basis from some one I already know.
- Some medical conditions contra-indicate massage as it may adversely affect you, on occasion I will request a Doctors approval before commencing a massage.
The following massage treatments are available from the studio at my in Newport.
Aromatherapy Massage – A relaxing or stimulating massage, designed to increase blood through to the surface of the skin and the muscles beneath. Using a blend of oils specifically chosen to suit your requirements and how you are on the day.
Full body Aromatherapy Massage – 1 hour
Half body Aromatherapy Massage – 25 minutes
Indian Head Massage – you will remain seated, it is a dry massage (no oils) of the shoulders, upper arms, neck, scalp and face. This is a deeply relaxing massage.
Indian Head Massage – 35 minutes.
Additional Training – I have recently undertaken several advanced massage courses, which have given me specific techniques to help with lower back, neck and shoulder tightness/discomfort.