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Neck Massage


We offer a wide range of services, all designed with your recovery & wellbeing in mind. 

Soft Tissue Therapy

30 minutes: £38

45 minutes £46

1 hour £55

Soft Tissue Therapy is a person centred approach for the Assessment, Treatment and Rehabilitation of minor and chronic musculoskeletal injuries and pain. Treatments are suitable for all ages and all levels of activity. You don't have to be sporty to benefit!

Soft Tissue Therapy can treat a vast number of ailments but can also be useful in the management of chronic pain and anxiety/depression.

Below are some examples of issues that Soft Tissue Therapy can help with.

A woman recieving soft tissue therapy treatment

Back pain / Non specific lower back pain Joint pain / arthritis Tension headaches / Migraines Neck & shoulder pain Overloading injuries Runners knee / ITB syndrome Frozen shoulder Tennis & golfers elbow Parkinson disease ME / CFS / Fibromyalgia Improve the comfort of scar tissue Tendonitis / Tendinopathy Pulled muscles / Muscle strains Plantar Fasciitis / Foot pain Growing pains in children & adolescents Hormonal related changes in women Mental Health First Aid

Treatments for Relaxation

If you simply want some time out, these treatments feel deeply relaxing and can aid a sense of calm and well-being. Helping to ease tension from your body and feel it fade away. Relieving symptoms of stress, anxiety and depression. 

Winter Warmer £55

1 hour

Treat yourself to some time out for a deeply relaxing back, leg and neck massage with the use of hot stones and fragranced oils. This treatment is suitable for men & women. 

Express Facial Massage £38

30 minutes

Deeply relaxing massage of the face and neck using Duxmore Botanics face and body oil or Botanicals muscle ease body oil. For when time is tight but you just need some me time. Suitable for men & women.

Hot Stone Massage £46

45 minutes

Warmed basalt stones are used to heat the therapists hands and directly onto the skin with oils in a relaxing massage. The lovely warming effect helps reduce stress and anxiety and ease tension.

A relaxed woman getting a face massage on a white massage chair


30 minutes: £38

45 minutes: £46

1 hour: £55

What is Reiki? 
Quite simply, "Rei" means Universal & "Ki" means Life Energy. Reiki is a system of natural healing which is thousands of years old. It is believed that it was first used by Tibetan Buddhist monks and underwent a rediscovery by Mikao Usui in the late 1800's. 

Reiki is the vital force that flows through all matter. It is not a faith system and is without prejudice. Reiki can be for anyone and anything regardless of faith.


Reiki is based on the principle that the therapist can channel energy into the patient by means of touch, to activate the natural healing processes of the patient's body and restore physical and emotional well-being. This can be deeply relaxing and restore a sense of calm. Sarah is a level 3 Reiki Master. 

A patient undergoing a reiki session

Pregnancy Massage

45 minutes: £46

1 hour: £55

Pregnancy massage is a lovely holistic treatment to help you relax and take time out for yourself. Did you know that 48-56% of pregnant women suffer from lower back & pelvic pain due to altered posture from the increased weight of the uterus & growing foetus?

How can massage help? Relaxation: Massage can help give an improved sense of wellbeing. This in turn calms down the sympathetic nervous system, lowers stress, reduces blood pressure & releases those feel good endorphins to aid restful sleep. Aches & pains: Massage can bring relief from general aches & pains caused by the growing baby and the natural changes your body goes through. This includes reducing neck tension that can cause headaches and reducing stress on weight bearing joints & surrounding soft tissues. Improve skin pliability: The use of skin softening waxes & oils may help to improve the feeling of skin tightness & the underlying tissues. This can be especially beneficial when applied to the bump, which can feel uncomfortably tight in the later stages. When can I have a massage? Pregnancy massage is offered from conception through to full term & is completely safe throughout pregnancy. If you are having complications during pregnancy such as bleeding please check with your midwife before booking an appointment or contact Sarah to have a chat. Positioning? There are a number of ways to receive treatment and they can be tailored for your comfort. Seated massage is a lovely way to have the whole back & neck treated. Sarah also uses a Belloost pregnancy cushion which enables you to lie on your tummy, with a special cut out for your bump. This can feel so liberating, especially if your bump is uncomfortable. The use of pillows & towels provide plenty of padding, comfort & privacy. What areas can be treated? Massage can be tailored to your requirements and can include back, neck, face & shoulders or include full body with legs, feet, arms, hands & bump. Longer massage strokes are used to aid relaxation, deeper work is avoided to keep blood pressure, heart rate & breathing rate down.

Pregnant woman gently holding her bump


Sarah aims to empower women with the knowledge and tools to help themselves, via our menopause café. Stop by for coffee and a chat while we answer any and all things meno related.

We also invite guest speakers along such as a nutritionist, pelvic health physiotherapist and menopause specialist nurse, who can provide answers on what happens and how we can help ourselves during, before & after menopause.

Menopause cafe women chatting

Growth Related Injuries

Discount for all current Fitzgraham Academy of Dance students.

30 minutes: £38

45 minutes: £46

1 hour: £55

There are a wide range of growth-related injuries that can occur in children and teenagers. If your children participate in P.E., after school clubs and individual/team sports clubs, they can experience an increased risk of these injuries. Sarah works with you and your child to find a solution and facilitate a return to activity.

Common issues seen are heel pain, knee pain, top of hamstring pain, lower back pain, elbow pain and shoulder pain. These issues require a different approach to an adult due to the dynamic physiology of a growing child. 

Two young gymnasts holding a trophy, celebrating their win
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