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Deep Tissue Massage
(45/60 Minutes)

  • Increasing well being both physically and psychologically

  • Improve range and efficiency of mobility

  • Work to optimise breathing through techniques to aid soft tissue release

  • Pain management to decrease and alleviate pain

  • Release muscular tension

  • Aid post injury recovery

  • Speed up recovery time for sports people and gym users

  • Effectively treat physical stress in the body

  • Aid body performance of circulatory, muscular and lymphatic system

A bespoke deep tissue massage completely personalised with you and your body in mind. Tailoring a combination of various massage and stretching techniques from around the world to improve overall health, realignment, and wellbeing. Deep tissue massage can assist in correcting problems and imbalances by working all soft connective tissue such as muscles, tendons and ligaments as well as fascia; its application prior to and after exercise may also enhance performance, aid recovery and prevent injury.

​A pre-treatment consultation allows a bespoke deep tissue massage to be tailored to treat your personal complaints and requirements.

Please visit Hannah and Steph's profiles to see who suits you the best

Deep Tissue Massage
Warm Akwaterra Massage
(60 Minutes)

  • The heat (between 45-55C) allow for easier manipulation of muscle, fascia and connective tissue, to work deeply with less pressure required

  • Deep relaxation and can ease conditions such as stress, burnout, anxiety and insomnia

  • Improve range and efficiency of mobility

  • Heat therapy is known for reducing pain signals, pain spasms, joint discomfort and muscle tension

An award-winning massage, four matching pairs of ergonomically designed sandstone pods are taking the art of massage to a whole new level. The heated pods are used to massage the body for a profound and sensory massage. Akwaterra creates unique massage tools, designed to relieve muscle tension and induce complete relaxation. Originally devised in the South of France, Stephanie co-created the UK protocol for the Akwaterra massage in 2020. Highly recommended to improve overall body and mind well-being. Perfect for those who enjoy heat therapy massages.

Warm Akwaterra Massage
Lymphatic Drainage Massage
(60 Minutes)

  • Improve digestive complaints such as IBS, bloating, constipation and gastrointestinal health

  • Restore and support digestive system functioning

  • Pain management to reduce and alleviate abdominal pain

  • Reduce water retention through stimulating and draining techniques

  • Aid in the improved appearance of cellulite and localised fat*

  • Increase circulation, oxygenation of skin tissue

  • Stimulate the elimination of toxins

  • Helps to firm and shape body contours

  • Aid lymphatic system performance, thereby improving energy levels and reduce lethargy

* It is recommended for all clients on this treatment to be supporting the treatment through a healthy diet and lifestyle

This MLD (manual lymphatic drainage massage) is a scientifically proven technique. The method of lymphatic drainage incorporates lighter pressure to stimulate the lymphatic network combined with firm application around the gastric area. Through maintaining rhythmic movements and specific compressions the bodywork will define body contours. The outcome is to stimulate the lymph glands, guiding the lymph flow back to the blood circulation. Helping to flush out water and excess toxins, improving general well-being. Highly recommended for those who wish to treat and reduce water retention, hormonal imbalances, bloating, digestive issues and gain improved body confidence.

Lymphatic Drainage Massage
Pre & Post-Natal Massage
(60 Minutes)

​Pre & Post-Natal Massage can help support you in:

  • Improve wellbeing both physical and psychological

  • Prenatal massage is beneficial for hormone regulation, reducing swelling and improvement with nerve pain

  • Prenatal massage is beneficial in treating morning sickness, headaches, back pain, sciatica and heartburn

  • Postnatal massage helps to restoring the body’s balance and alignment reducing post-partum pain.

  • Postnatal massage can help treat hip and back pain, water retention, fatigue and depression

  • Aid the circulatory and lymphatic systems, which is key to assisting the body during these changes

  • Improve and elevate mood in addition to lowering stress levels

Specialist massage to support expectant or new mothers through these changes with the application of restorative massage. A key focus is to treat areas of need, improving posture and body functioning. Pre and post-natal massage therapy is beneficial for those looking to reducing stress, anxiety, aid recovery, maintain flexibility, good posture and improve overall health & wellbeing. Pre-Natal Massage is suitable from your second trimester (12 weeks).

Pre & Post-Natal Massage
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With our focus on complementary health you may also find benefit from Acupuncture, Osteopathy or Sports Therapy.

Deep Tissue Massage Fee

60 minutes £70

45 minutes £50

Akwaterra Massage Fee

60 minutes £70

Lymphatic Drainage Massage Fee

60 minutes £70

Pre & Post-Natal Massage Fee

60 minutes £65

For full details on our cancellation policy, please visit the Our Fees page.


*We accept payment by all major credit & debit cards, excluding American Express. Alternatively, we are happy for you to pay via BACS. (Unfortunately, we are no longer able accept cheques).

If you have private medical insurance, please be aware that individual policies vary, and we cannot legislate for which services your provider and policy will or will not cover for you. We therefore recommend you contact your private medical insurance company with your policy details and check ahead of booking your appointment.

Our Massage team

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Stephanie Oliver

Massage Therapist – Deep Tissue, Shape and Contour, Akwaterra and Pre & Post Natal.

BTEC National Diploma Level 3 – Beauty Therapy Sciences

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Hannah King

Sports & Remedial Massage Therapist

LSSM(Dip) MISRM – Sports & Remedial Massage Therapy

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Bridget Daly

Sports Therapist

MSc, BSc, Registered with the Society of Sports Therapy

Our team

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