Thai yoga massage is the traditional healing massage of Thailand, whose roots are in hatha yoga and buddhist philosophy. It offers a unique and powerful therapy blending acupressure, massage and applied hatha yoga style stretching.
Aromatherapy dates back to ancient Egypt, where plants and flowers were distilled to extract their essential oils.
This massage, with adapted techniques, can offer effective relief from those aches and pains.
Indian head massage is based on the Ayurvedic system of healing which has been practiced in India for over a thousand years.
Podiatry (also known as chiropody) is the diagnosis and treatment by podiatrists (chiropodists) of diseases and other disorders of the feet.
Hypnotherapy is the name given for any therapy done in conjunction with Hypnosis.
Massaging will stretch and manipulate muscles and this will increase nutrients and blood flow to the area, whilst efficiently removing waste and lactic acid from the muscles.
Cranial Osteopathy is a subtle type of osteopathic treatment that uses very gentle manipulative pressure to encourage changes throughout the body, as well as the head
Reflexology is a Complementary Therapy that works on the feet allowing the body to heal itself.
Helping you to achieve and maintain your optimum nutritional status by offering dietary guidance based on evidence and support.
Homeopathy is a system of medicine which is based on treating the individual with highly diluted substances given in mainly tablet form.
Osteopathy is a system of diagnosis and treatment for a wide range of medical conditions.
Traditional acupuncture treats the whole person, body and mind, and not just symptoms.
Our counsellors are all qualified counsellors and members of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (MBACP).
For patients with persistent back pain and neck pain which have not responded to manual therapies, particularly disc-related conditions.
This form of massage involves manipulation using stretching techniques and pressure along the energy lines of the body.
Frequently asked questions
Will my treatment hurt?
In the case of Osteopathy you may have areas of soreness or a technique may feel uncomfortable, but it should not hurt. You may experience some stiffness and soreness after treatment, this may last for a day or two.
Massage and Reflexology can also cause a little soreness at the time and in the case of Massage it may continue the next day.
In Acupuncture the needle may cause a stinging sensation or you may feel a pinprick in the area that it is sited.
Chiropody may cause soreness on corn removal etc. but great care is taken not to cause pain.
If you have any concerns following your treatment, please call us for further advice.
How long will the treatment take?
How many sessions will I need?
How much will treatment cost?
We aim to help you back to health with as few treatments as possible – this could range from 1 session to a course of treatment over a number of weeks. Each case is different so your therapist is the person to discuss this with.
See Our Prices for the cost of each therapy.
How soon can I get an appointment?
What clients say:
Michael, thank you for fitting me in last minute today. I can feel a massive relief already from my back, should be perfect in the next day or so.
— Craig C.
Janet is a fantastic Sports Massage specialist, she gives useful advice and helps remove my aches and pains.
— N. L.
Jayne Doyle is professional, personable and really makes you feel at ease when you have a treatment with her and she gives the best massage I have ever had! I would highly recommend her to anyone.
— S. B.
Thank you for your help, I really do feel like the exam from start to finish was a completely different experience and not one that left me with a pounding headache and nightmares.