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Massage Therapeutic

Massage Therapeutic

Therapeutic Massage Treatments


Acupressure is a gentle non-invasive treatment, using acupuncture points, which may help to rebalance the body's energy flow.


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Using light pressure, this gentle technique may help the body to release tension and bring relief from discomfort.


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Slow strokes and firm pressure working on muscle tissue which aims to help release tension held within the body.


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      A light hands-on massage using gentle, repetitive strokes to help stimulate the body’s natural cleansing process.


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      Forearms, elbows and the weight of the body are used to give a wider area of pressure for a soft tissue massage.


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      Is a specialist massage technique that’s used in the belief that it may help to stimulate the lymphatic system to encourage the lymph system to flow more freely.


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      Healing the body with the therapeutic effects of touch. The therapeutic effects of touch have been used for centuries to help heal ailments and imbalances in the body.


      Certain types of massage are particularly effective when combined with homeopathy, osteopathy, acupuncture, nutrition and kinesiology. Ask your practitioner for their recommendation.


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      A gentle massage which may help relieve physical discomfort and fatigue by helping to release muscular tension.


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      Working the soft tissue of the body may help to ease muscular tension, assist in the rehabilitation of muscular injuries and promote relaxation.


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      Shiatsu means 'finger pressure'; an ancient Japanese therapy that, like acupuncture, works on pressure points and meridians.


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      Deep and intense, and incorporating a combination of techniques, sports massage therapy may help to alleviate the stress and tension which builds up in the body’s soft tissues during physical activity.



      An invigorating massage which may help to relieve muscular tension and promote relaxation.


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      Developed in China over 2000 years ago, this therapy has similar principles to acupuncture but uses hands and fingers instead of needles.


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      Therapeutic Massage Essentials