Massages

"The groundwork of all happiness is good health" - Leigh Hunt

  • Sports massage

    For those engaging in regular physical activity or doing demanding exercise, sports massage is an important part of maintaining optimum physical health and alleviating muscular pain and tension. It can also play an important part in rehabilitation for those who have suffered or experience reoccurring sports injuries; correcting problems and imbalances caused by trauma and strenuous activity.

    A treatment can encompass a range of movements, deep tissue massage, neuromuscular technique and stretching. Following a thorough consultation, a therapist can manipulate areas of soft tissue including skin, muscles, tendons and ligaments.

    30 minutes: £35
    60 minutes: £60

  • Bamboo massage

    Recognized by its powerful healing properties, the Bamboo Therapy is a strong and old Chinese tradition. The Bamboo itself is a symbol of strength, youth, and fertility all over Asia. Beyond its natural characteristics, the plant has a holistic format and multiple applications.

    The Bamboo Massage Therapy is a deeply relaxing and, at the same time, energizing procedure. Different sizes and shapes of the Bamboo allow the therapist to set a unique treatment for every patient. Its deep tissue techniques can prevent and relieve everyday stress, promoting a deep relaxation and a strong wellbeing after every session. Runners and cyclists were the first to discover the invigorating effects of the Bamboo Therapy. It is great also for back pain and to correct or prevent, postural imbalances and muscles shortening. 

    30 minutes: £35
    60 minutes: £60

  • Therapeutic Massage

    Using a blend of eastern and western techniques, this massage is tailored to your own needs, with a therapeutic focus. The Bath House's most popular treatment.

    30 minutes: £35
    60 minutes: £60

  • Deep Tissue Massage

    A deep rhythmic pressure massage that eases stress and aching muscles. Perfect if you want deeper work and can tolerate more pressure to get relief from muscle stiffness and pain.

    30 minutes: £35
    60 minutes: £60

  • Hot Stone Therapy

    An extremely relaxing treatment, which has many benefits. Using smooth heated basalt stones to deliver warmth and relief deep into the belly of the muscle. This soothing yet invigorating massage treats aches, pains and relaxes the mind and body whilst enhancing circulation. In some cases, cold marble stones may also be applied, a useful treatment for local injuries. A must try.

    60 minutes: £60

  • Therapeutic Head Massage

    Therapeutic head massage aims to release the stress that has accumulated in the tissues, muscles, and joints of the head, face, neck, and shoulders.

    30 minutes: £35

  • Pregnancy Massage

    A relaxing full body massage to help improve skin elasticity, reduce fatigue and targets areas prone to tension during pregnancy. This massage is ideal to relax and relieve tension when shifts in posture cause muscles to tighten and feel uncomfortable. A real treat for Mother and Baby!

    60 minutes: £65

  • Global Postural Reeducation (GPR)

    GPR a treatment approach specific to physiotherapists that aims to evaluate and manually treat the human body as a whole. The goal is to track back from the symptoms to the cause by following the muscular chains, and correcting it little by little.

    Initial assessment

    The first visit consists of a one hour session to evaluate the symptoms, the muscle retractions and the overall posture to determine specific treatment positions according to the patient’s needs.

    Following appointments

    GPR sessions occur once per week, are 60 minutes long and typically include 2-3 different treatment positions. A gradual tension is applied to different muscular chains along with manual therapy and well controlled breathing for better overall muscular, joint and spinal control.

    What can GPR treat?

    GPR can treat a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions, such as:

    • Postural syndromes (Scoliosis, Scheuermann’s Disorder, hyperlordosis, etc.)
    • Acute and chronic low back and neck pain, with or without leg or arm symptoms.
    • Injuries from motor vehicle accidents or Sports related injuries.
    • Chronic pain from conditions like arthritis.
    • and much more!

    Benefits of GPR

    • Decreased or elimination of pain; Improved overall function.
    • Improved flexibility and overall mobility.
    • Improved postural awareness and muscular control.
    • Long-term injury prevention.

    30 minutes: £35
    60 minutes: £60

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