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Relaxing Therapeutic Massage

Massage is the oldest form of therapy known and has been used throughout history as a medical treatment within almost every culture The therapeutic value of the healing touch is again being recognised within our health care as an aid to the healing process as well as a means of maintaining positive good health. The word 'Holistic' comes from the Greek word 'holos' meaning whole and it is the whole well being of a person, integrating the mind, body and spirit, that is taken into consideration during one of Jan's treatments. The main benefit of holistic massage is that it can induce a state of peacefulness and calm. This form of massage can also complement osteopathy, physiotherapy or medicine. All of the body's systems can benefit from therapeutic massage, as well as: back pain, poor sleep patterns, muscle strain, muscular aches and pains, sciatica, anxiety, unwanted stress, digestive disorders and headaches. Most importantly it can leave you with a wonderful relaxed feeling of well-being.


my whole body felt so relaxed, almost like it didn’t belong to me”

Head, Neck & shoulder Massage 


This relaxing head massage is part of a tradition in India between family members and our word 'shampoo' comes from the Hindi word 'champi' which means 'head massage'. Although originally restricted to the head and hair, Jan's techniques can include the neck, shoulders, upper arms and face, as these are common areas where people hold their tension. Jan's Head Massage involves working with a firm and gentle rhythm to promote a calm and relaxed state, reducing stiff shoulders, eyestrain, headaches and tight neck. People also report a complete feeling of relaxation throughout their whole body.  The massage is received sitting in a chair and takes about 30-40 minutes.  No oils are used and no clothes are removed.  It's a great way to let go of tension, especially when very little time is availab.le to you.

Who Is It For? 

Holistic Therapeutic Massage and Head Massage is suitable for most people as part of a preventive health care programme, as well as for those experiencing various levels of stress and tension or any of the above-mentioned problems. If however you are in ill health, pregnant or have any doubts, please feel free to discuss the suitability of having a massage before booking

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