Massage Therapies

Whilst complementary therapies should not be considered a replacement for orthodox health care, in professional hands they do not interfere with medical treatments and actively supports the body’s own healing process.

Aromatherapy
The therapeutic use of concentrated plant essences (essential oils), which can be used to relieve chronic health conditions, stress, and musculoskeletal disorders, relax the nervous system, calm the mind and support the body’s healing process. [more…]

Indian Head Massage
In addition to its original purpose of simulating the flow of blood to the hair follicles to promote hair growth, the modern (Western) implementation of this gentle massage technique extends to the upper body so in addition to the head, it includes the muscles of the back, shoulders and neck making it ideally suited to the release of stress and tension in these principal areas.[more…]

Cancer Care Massage
Cancer care massage is gentle, comforting, nurturing and supportive and can be beneficial for clients who are: undergoing chemotherapy and/or radiotherapy, recovering from or with a history of cancer. [more…]

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