Aromatherapy is the use of aromatic oils extracted from fruits, flowers, roots, leaves and resins.

Each oil has a unique set of beneficial properties, also distinctive fragrance, colour and chemical composition, which when carefully blended can encourage good health both mentally and physically.

Herbal oils have been used for centuries in the East to treat illness and promote well being, but the man who is most famous for reminding us in the West how effective essential oils can be was Rene- Maurice Gattefosse. Rene was a French chemist who burnt his hand at work and applied the lavender oil to the burn, which healed remarkably quickly with little scarring.


Essential oils can be used in a number of ways such as, in a bath, as an inhalation, as a compress, to fragrance a room and of course to complement a massage.

At the initial consultation details of your health history and any medications, you may be taking will be noted. This information along with any current symptoms will determine which essential oils are to be blended and used to compliment the massage.


Therapeutic Massage

Therapeutic Massage uses specific techniques to stretch and lengthen the muscles and connective tissue bringing a sense of relaxation and mobility to the client.

Acupoints can be stimulated to encourage the Qi to circulate freely and encourage a sense of well being and lightness within the body.


Massage can shorten recovery time from muscular strains by flushing the tissue of lactic acid, uric acid, and other metabolic wastes.

It can improve circulation and stretch the ligaments and tendons keeping them supple and functional.

The skin and nervous system are stimulated and emotional and physical stress is reduced.





1 hour - £42.00

40 mins - £35.00