Your Thai Massage

Thai massage is usually preformed on a padded mat on the floor although a basic routine can also be performed on a treatment couch. Generally no oil is used during the massage, although a small amount may be used during a facial massage, and the person receiving the massage remains fully clothed throughout. You will be asked to bring or wear comfortable clothing to the massage for comfort.

A typical Thai massage can last from 60 minutes, for specific problems, and up to 2 hours for a fuller all over body massage that is deeply relaxing and integrates all parts of the body.

Thai massage is suitable for all ages and flexibility as the massage routine can be adapted for each person. It is a safe and effective form of massage and while it uses firm pressure it should never be painful or hurt as the massage therapist works with the limitations and capabilities of each individual.

Thai massage is a deeply healing experience that goes beyond physical massage as it works with the body’s energy and creates an integration of the body, mind and spirit as energy blocks and stored tension is worked on and released.

 

Investment Into Your Well-Being

Massage 1 hour £40
Massage 1.5 hours £45
Massage 2 hours £55

Accepted payment includes cash, chequesdebit or credit cards.

 

Cancellation Policy

24 hours notice is required to cancel, or reschedule an appointment. If less than 24 hours notice is given, you will be required to pay the full cost of the treatment.

Missed appointments will be charged at the full rate. To cancel, or reschedule an appointment, please contact the clinic on 01803 467444 to ensure your message is received. Please arrive promptly to make full use of your treatment.

 

Referral Discount

Refer a friend, or relative and receive £5 off your next treatment. Your friend, or relative will also receive £5 off their initial consultation. Watch out for promotions throughout the year!

 

Concessions

Concession may be available and will be discussed on an individual basis depending on length of treatment.

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