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Deborah Steadman MICHT, IIHHT
(Member of the International Council of Holistic Therapists)

Aromatherapy Massage

A complementary form of treatment. Essential oils are blended to suit individual needs. These can soothe, revitalise and uplift the spirit, encouraging positive thinking and boost the immune system enabling the body to heat itself. Massage promotes the relaxation of the muscles and tissues, stimulates blood circulation, lymphatic drainage and aids absorption of oils into the body.

Full body massage - approx 1 hour
Back, Neck and shoulder massage approx 30 mins

Reflexology

Reflexology is designed to work the pressure points in the feet and legs to induce a deeply relaxing treatment which helps reduce stress, improve circulation, cleanse the body of toxins and impurities and revitalise energy levels

The Fabulous Indulgence Massage

A stimulating reflexology pressure point massage treatment to increase the circulation and lymph flow, helping to improve the skin tome and texture then finishing with a deep soothing full body massage.

Indian Head Massage

Tension relieving massage to the upper back, arms, neck, scalp and face. This is ideal for the relief of eye strain, migraines and tension headaches. Promotes a healthy scalp and hair and a feeling of well-being. This can be done over clothing if required and lasts approx 45 mins.

Hot stone massage

Relieves muscular aches and pains in specifically targeted areas by applying a soothing deep tissue pressure point massage using hot basalt stones.

Swedish Massage

A traditional Swedish massage using a base oil involving manipulation of the body's muscles and joints, this helps to promote relaxation, relieve tension and fatigue.

Full body massage - approx 1 hour
Back, Neck and shoulder massage approx 30 mins

Hopi Ear Candling

A pleasant, non invasive treatment of the ears to sooth and relax and help with colds and flu, excessive ear wax and sinusitis.

What to do before a massage...

  • Have something light to eat or drink
  • Try not to eat 1 hour before treatment
  • Avoid alcohol
  • If you have been seeing a doctor, you may wish to tell them what alternative treatment you are intending to have

After a massage...

  • Try to avoid drinking alcohol or caffinated tea or coffee
  • Drink plenty of water to aid the elimination of toxins released by the massage or reflexology
  • Ensure you get sufficient rest
  • Leave oils on skin for up to 8 hours, if possible, to have maximum effect

What to expect after a massage...

  • An increased energy level may be noticed
  • Helps reduce nervous tension
  • You may feel tired or experience a headache or may need to go to the toilet more often than normal. This is probably a reaction to the elimination of waste products & toxins released from the muscles and should not last long.