We offer a range of massages at our luxury treatment rooms in Swindon which include;
Sports Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Relaxation Massage, Indian Head Massage, Pregnancy Massage, and Swedish Massage
Each massage type is detailed below but each and every massage you have with us will be tailored to your specific needs that day. For example, if you book an hour Swedish Massage, but have some knots in your shoulders, just mention it to your massage therapist and they will throw in a bit of deep tissue to release the muscle knots but as well as achieving the deep relaxation that comes with a Swedish Massage.
Generally we charge for our time, one or two of the massages require more specific trainging for the Therapist so are priced a little higher.
Half hour massage is £30 and an hour is £45. From time to time we have special offers on our Massages, usually we advertise these on our Facebook page which you can join here
How can regular massage help our bodies?
Massage involves two types of responses:
Mechanical responses as a result of pressure and movement as the soft tissues are manipulated reflex responses in which the nerves respond to stimulation.
It effects the Skeletal, Muscular, Cardiovascular, Lymphatic, Nervous, Digestive, Respiratory, Urinary Systems’, which in turn helps with our skin and has an effect physiology, therefore Massage can help to:
- Increase joint mobility and flexibility
- Free adhesions, break down scar tissue and decrease inflammation.
- Improves muscle tone and balance, reducing the physical stress placed on bones and joints.
- It increases blood circulation bringing more oxygen and nutrients into the muscle.
- It promotes rapid removal of toxins and waste products from the muscle.
- Increases lymphatic drainage and the removal of waste.
- Strengthens the immune system.
- Stimulates sensory receptors: this can either stimulate or soothe nerves depending on the techniques used.
- Stimulates the parasympathetic nervous system, helping promote relaxation and the reduction of stress.
- Reduces pain by the release of endorphins (endorphins are also known to elevate the mood).
- Deepens respiration and improves lung capacity by relaxing any tightness in the respiratory muscles.
- Increase peristalsis in the large intestine, helping to relieve constipation, colic and gas
- Promotes digestion stimulation.
- Reduces stress and anxiety.
- Creates a feeling of well-being and enhanced self-esteem
- Promotes positive body awareness and an improved body image through relaxation
- Eases emotional trauma.