Massage & Reflexology

Our therapists are all fully qualified and experienced in Massage and aim to give you a bespoke massage. The  pressure applied will be done at your request and depending on your areas of stress, your therapist will spend more time where it is needed.

The treatment rooms are dim and tranquil and calming music is played while you lie on our treatment beds topped with heated memory foam. All you have to do is relax ………..

Back Massage 30 minutes £30.00
Body Massage 45 minutes £40.00
Full Body Massage 60 minutes £50.00
Hot Stone Massage 60 minutes £55.00
Warm Bamboo Massage 60 minutes £55.00
Indian Head Massage 30 minutes £30.00
Indian Head & Reflexology 75 minutes £70.00
Indian Head Add on to facial 15 minutes £20.00
Reflexology 60 minutes £50.00
Reflexology with pedicure 90 minutes £80.00

Hot Stone Massage

A hot stone massage may begin with a traditional Swedish massage technique to prepare your muscles. Your spa therapist will then place the warm stones on key acupressure points on your body. The stones warm and relax your muscles, allowing deeper pressure to be applied during your massage.

Using massage oil and a combination of strokes and techniques, your spa therapist will massage your neck, back, arms and legs, with and without the stones. You should always tell your spa therapist if the stones are too warm or the pressure is too intense.

Warm Bamboo Massage

Warm bamboo massage uses solid bamboo sticks of different lengths and diameters to massage the body. The sticks are gently warmed and applied to give deep and long massage strokes to break down tension and stretch tight and sluggish muscles. Stimulation of the tissue by the bamboo sticks is believed to relieve this “sluggish state”, by dissipating the heat that results from an accumulation of toxins and poor circulation, as would occur through deep tissue massage, trigger-point activation, or various acupressure techniques.

Known for its healing properties, this massage works at all levels to balance, calm and energise you physically, mentally and spiritually. If you are looking for a rejuvenating massage treatment, there’s nothing better than a warm bamboo massage.

Indian Head Massage

Indian head massage is an ancient complementary therapy, based on the ayurvedic system of healing that has been practiced in India over for over a thousand years. This gentle form of massage therapy is part of Indian family life. 
Indian head massage focuses on your head, neck and shoulders and was originally used to improve scalp and hair condition. It is a deep massage, using a variety of pressure and techniques, including circular massage strokes on your scalp, deep tissue work on your shoulders, and stretching the neck. 
An Indian head massage stimulates blood flow, lymph and oxygen in your upper body, and therefore may relieve sinusitis, relieve stress and help you sleep better. And because it is said to help cure headaches (even migraine), eye strain and anxiety, some say an Indian head massage can help you to concentrate better at work.


Reflexology is a non-invasive complementary health therapy that can be effective in promoting deep relaxation and wellbeing; by reducing stress in people’s lives can be key in optimising good health and building resilience. It is a touch therapy that is based on the theory that different points on the feet, lower leg, hands, face or ears correspond with different areas of the body and reflexologists work these points and areas.

However reflexology is viewed, there can be no doubt that what it does provide is a period of time for relaxation where the client has one to one attention and supportive touch in an empathetic listening environment.

The theory of reflexology is that all the systems and organs of the whole body are mirrored or reflected in smaller peripheral areas, for example the feet, hands, ears and face.

The reflexologist simply works those reflected areas with their sensitive fingers, aiming to bring those areas back to balance and therefore aiding the body to work as well as it can. Reflexology very much works on an individual basis, the reflexologist provides professional facilitation of your body’s own potential for well-being.