Massage and Spa
Massage and Spa Service Descriptions
S1. Abhyanga Massage
Abhyanga is a massage that’s done with warm oil. The oil is applied to the entire body, from the scalp to the soles of your feet. It’s the most popular massage in Ayurveda, a traditional system of medicine from India.
S2. Acupressure Massage
Acupressure is a thousands-year-old form of massage therapy that involves applying pressure to specific points on the body to address ailments. Acupressure is often used for pain relief, and studies have suggested it may help fight back pain, menstrual cramps, and headaches. The practice is used for many other purposes that have been studied less, including the immune system and digestion support.
S3 . Thai Massage
Thai massage uses gentle pressure and stretching techniques to relax the whole body. This is an ancient healing practise that originated in India. It dates back to around 2,500–7,000 years ago. A Thai massage is a form of therapeutic touch that differs in many ways from traditional massage. Instead of a massage table, you lie on a mat on the floor while the provider manipulates your body in certain ways to stimulate organs and improve flexibility.
S4. Full Body Massage
In a full-body massage, a therapist will massage the entire body during a therapeutic massage. Sessions typically last a minimum of 50 minutes which allows enough time to work over all the major areas of the body like the back, shoulders, legs, feet, arms, hands, and neck.
S5. Ashiatsu Japanese Massage
Ashiatsu, as it is practised today, is performed on a massage table with a massage therapist using oil or lotion and pressure from their feet to deliver long gliding strokes to the client’s bare skin. The combination of the therapist’s body weight and the force of gravity allows for a type of depth that is not possible with regular table massage, and the broad surface of the therapist’s foot encourages both superficial and deep muscles to release quickly, gently, and painlessly.
S6. Aromatherapy Massage
An aromatherapy massage is used for a variety of different reasons, including relaxation, pain management, and improved mood. Massage therapy itself consists of the manipulation of muscles and lymph nodes through professional pressing and rubbing techniques.
Massage therapy itself consists of the manipulation of muscles and lymph nodes through professional pressing and rubbing techniques. The overall purpose of aromatherapy is meant to improve your physical and mental well-being.
S7. Ayurvedic Massage
Ayurvedic massage is designed to create balance among the mind, body, and spirit, and help the body heal itself. It’s sometimes referred to as an “oil massage” because it typically incorporates warm herb essential oils, as well as time-honoured and non-traditional strokes and kneading that suit an individual’s needs.
S8. Burmese Massage
A Burmese massage usually begins with soft acupressure on your upper body and ends with the legs. Burmese massage techniques stretch and relax the muscles.
S9. Chair Massage
Chair massage is similar to table massage in most ways, except that instead of laying on a table, clients kneel in a specialized chair equipped with a pad and face cradle to support their head and chest.
Massaging generally begins with the large muscle groups in the upper back and radiates toward the lower back, shoulders, neck and arms. Massage therapists may recommend different types of massages based on a client’s physical responses, and what they believe would feel best.
S10. Couples Massage
A Couple Massage is when two people are massaged at the same time in the same room. We have special treatment rooms that Are set up with two separate massage tables so that each client can be massaged at the same time by two different therapists.
S11. Cranial Sacral Therapy
Cranial sacral therapy (CST) is sometimes also referred to as craniosacral therapy. It’s a type of bodywork that relieves compression in the bones of the head, sacrum and spinal column. It uses gentle pressure on the head, neck, and back to relieve the stress and pain caused by compression. It can, as a result, help to treat a number of conditions.
It’s thought that through the gentle manipulation of the bones in the skull, spine, and pelvis, the flow of cerebrospinal fluid in the central nervous system can be normalized. This removes “blockages” from the normal flow, which enhances the body’s ability to heal.
S12. Deep Tissue Massage
A deep tissue massage targets deep layers of muscle and the surrounding tissues. People may choose this type of massage to treat sports injuries or chronic pain.
Therapeutic massage may also relieve stress and help with health conditions such as fibromyalgia and high blood pressure. Deep tissue massage works to relax the body and relieve tension.
S13. Body Exfoliation/Polish Spa
Body polish is a spa treatment which exfoliates the skin on your body leaving it feeling fresh, smooth, moisturised and soft. An abrasive product is rubbed vigorously, massaged across and into your skin, and then rinsed away to reveal a moisturised layer of fresh, clean and smooth skin.
S14. Foot Massage
Foot massage and reflexology can be used as pain relief, to help alleviate stress and even to speed up injury recovery. Traditionally, foot massages are performed using the hands, although treatments may sometimes include the use of sticks or rollers to more effectively stimulate the reflex areas in the foot.
S15. Full Body Mud Mask
A full body mask rejuvenates the skin by exfoliating and promoting the regeneration of skin cells. Hydrate the skin to reduce itchiness, leaving it smooth and supple.
S16. Head and Scalp Massage
A scalp massage is a head massage designed to relax the mind and encourage circulation. Many times, tension is felt within the head and neck, so scalp massages can be very effective as a stress reducer. Warm oil is massaged throughout the scalp, working to relax tight muscles in the temple and neck regions.
S17. Herbal Body Wrap
Herbal body wraps provide a natural way to remove toxins from the human body and restore tone to the skin in a very relaxing way. Herbal body wraps create a cocoon of soothing herbs around the body which often results in a more healthful feeling, soft skin and a reduction of fat or cellulite.
S18. Hot Stone Massage
A hot stone massage is a type of massage therapy. It’s used to help you relax and ease tense muscles and damaged soft tissues throughout your body. During a hot stone massage, smooth, flat, heated stones are placed on specific parts of your body.
S19. Lymphatic Drainage Massage
Lymphatic massage, sometimes called manual lymphatic drainage, is a specialized type of medical massage. It can help treat lymphedema, in which lymphatic fluid collects in certain areas of the body because it cannot drain away effectively. Lymphatic massage aims to improve the flow of lymph fluid, which should reduce swelling.
S20. Myofascial Massage
Myofascial release (MFR) therapy focuses on releasing muscular shortness and tightness. There are a number of conditions and symptoms that myofascial release therapy addresses. Many patients seek myofascial treatment after losing flexibility or function following an injury or if experiencing ongoing back, shoulder, hip, or virtually pain in any area containing soft tissue.
S21. Paraffin Body Wrap
This treatment begins with a skin exfoliation followed by applying AHA Amino Serum and brushing a thick layer of warm paraffin on. You are wrapped into the inferred capsule. After removing the paraffin moisturise cream massage into the skin, this can be customised to treat cellulite and to promote the loss of inches.
S22. Prenatal Massage
Prenatal massage is a type that’s similar to regular massage – it aims to relax tense muscles, ease sore spots, improve circulation and mobility, and just make you feel good. But prenatal massage is also customized to the needs of pregnant women and their changing bodies, and therapists trained in prenatal massage adjust their techniques accordingly.
Reflexology is the application of pressure to areas on the feet (or the hands). Reflexology is generally relaxing and may help alleviate stress. The theory behind reflexology is that areas of the foot correspond to organs and systems of the body.
S24. Shiatsu Massage
Shiatsu Massage is an alternative technique that involves manual pressure applied to specific points on the body in an attempt to relieve tension and pain. According to the Japanese healing treatment, Shiatsu (meaning finger pressure) massage uses thumbs, fingers, elbows, and knees to concentrate pressure at certain energy pathways in the body called meridians. Massage also known as acupressure works to reduce muscle tension and fatigue and is thought to improve blood circulation in the body as well as improve the function of the lymphatic system.
S25. Sports Massage
Sports massage is manual manipulation of the muscles geared specifically toward helping people who have physically demanding lifestyles and/or hobbies. This kind of therapeutic massage considers the impact of certain activities on specific joints, muscle groups, tendons, ligaments, and soft tissue groups.
S26. Spot Treatment
Spot treatments work by delivering acne-fighting ingredients directly to the offending blemish. Spot treatments can help reduce redness, swelling, and pain. They can also help loosen or dissolve the blockage within the pore that created the blemish in the first place.
S27. Swedish Massage
Swedish massage is one of the most popular forms of massage therapy. It can help you relax, give you more energy, and may help after an injury. Swedish massage involves long, kneading strokes combined with rhythmic tapping strokes and movement of the joints. This type of massage targets the uppermost layer of muscles and aims to relieve muscle tension.
S28. Trigger Point Massage
If you’re searching for relief from tight muscle knots, a trigger point massage could be just the solution. Targeting knots or ‘trigger points’ in your body, a trigger point massage helps to soothe tightness and relieve pain. Knots tend to form due to repetitive strain or overuse of particular muscles. So if you spend most of your day slouched at a desk or have been ramping up your training lately, a trigger point massage is a fantastic way to ease sore muscles.
S29. Water Treatment
Being able to soak in warm, soothing waters a few steps from your back door opens up a world of wellness benefits—from relaxing massages to improved sleep to more opportunities for family time. In order to enjoy these benefits, choose a water care system that ensures your water is always hot and ready.