Holistic Massage

As a holistic therapist I appreciate the importance of healing the mind, body, spirit and soul, and how healing one element of self can positively affect other elements of self, and ultimately heal the whole person. Massage has been practised through the ages and is widely appreciated in all cultures for its therapeutic effects on the whole person. Whether as a single therapeutic practice, or to compliment other healing practices the benefits are plentiful.

Swedish Massage

A traditional massage which focuses on releasing physical symptoms, and loosening muscle tension. Swedish massage is very good for back and neck pain. This type of massage can be used with or without oils.

Holistic /Aromatherapy Massage

Holistic massage is an individual treatment where the client is treated as whole, taking into account their physical, spiritual and emotional wellbeing, incorporating the use of essential oils and aromatherapy, uniquely combined to enhance the experience, and the desired therapeutic outcome.

Hot Stone Massage

Hot basalt stones are used to sooth the body and ease physical and emotional tension, and enhance a sense of wellbeing. Treatments can incorporate traditional massage techniques and aromatherapy for a truly soothing experience.

Chakra Balancing Massage/Healing

This treatment combines massage and crystal healing, concentrating on the main Chakras within the body, head, hands and feet. By intuitively working with the bodies energy systems, insight can be gained into where imbalances exist enabling an emotional release and rebalance.

Due to the close contact required and Covid 19 restrictions, massage may not always be available, and you may be asked to complete a negative test before treatment.


Sessions are integrative in approach, contracted, confidential. Healing sessions are inspired by spirit, where contact, guidance or insight cannot be guaranteed, and should be accepted with discretion by clients.

All sessions are to be prepaid at the point of booking, and alterations or cancellations to appointments must be made 48 hours prior to appointments wherever possible, as a discretionary fee may be chargeable for missed appointments.