Who should get a massage?

Massage can provide us with a means to counteract the relentless surge of work and domestic pressures. For all too many of us stiffness and pain are a way of life to which we have become habituated and it is not until we give or receive massage that we realize our muscles are tight or come to see how much of our energy is consumed by tension. A good massage affects you on all levels of your being. Physically relaxing and toning muscles, assisting the venous flow of blood, increasing hemiglobin level, encouraging lymphatic flow, therefore boosting your immune system, lowering your blood pressure and stretching the connective tissue of the joints. Massage relieves stress and anxiety. A caring massage creates feelings of well-being, trust and joy.

Contraindication - When not to get a massage.

There are certain conditions in which massage is contraindicated. These include skin eruptions, suck as boils or infectious rashes; such as scabies, large bruises, varicose veins, inflamed joints, tumors or any undiagnosed lump and cardiovascular problems, such as thrombosis and phlebitis. Avoid pressing directly on the veins, if varicose veins are present. And avoid Shiatsu on abdomen during pregnancy.

Massage Therapy


Shiatsu or “finger pressure” massage is a Japanese form of physiotherapy. It is often described as the equivalent of acupressure, but this comparison is not entirely accurate, because the technique looks beyond specific pressure points, incorporating other methods such as stretching, breathing and rotating for a more whole-body approach to restoring energy balance.

Swedish Massage

Our most popular therapeutic massage type, the light to medium pressure helps relieve stress, reduce pain, boost mood and promote relaxation.

Neuromuscular - Deep Tissue

Deep Tissue is similar to Swedish massage, but the technique focuses on the deepest layer of muscles to target knots and release chronic muscle tension.

Sport Massage

For athletes of every kind, each therapeutic massage is specific to your sport of choice, with focus on a particular troublesome area like a knee or shoulder.


Reflexology applies pressure to areas in the hands and feet called “reflex zones”, which relieves stress, addresses conditions of the feet and ankle and promotes overall relaxation.

Couples Massage

We offer couples massages. What better gift for you and your loved one, than to have a relaxing time together. This makes a wonderful anniversary gift.