Holistic Massage

This is a Holistic treatment that benefits the whole body, both Physiologically and Psychologically and can affect all the body systems in a positive way. 


Massage is beneficial in reducing stress, muscle tension, tightness and soreness while increasing joint mobility, circulation, flexibility and immunity.

It can reduce many common ailments such as anxiety, insomnia, headaches, bloating and fatigue and helps in restoring balance to the body and mind. 

It provides a number of benefits :

Relieves Stress and Stress-Related Conditions e.g. Insomnia, Headaches, Backache and Pain, Constipation, Relaxes the Muscles, Improves range of motion, Improves Sleep, Increases Production of Endorphins (which will improve your mood) so helps with Depression, Boost the Immune System, Stimulates Circulation and the Lymphatic System, Increases Energy levels, Induces Calm in both Mind and Body, Also other conditions such as Arthritis, Pregnancy, Osteoporosis, Diabetes, Epilepsy, Asthma, Cancer and many more.

Massage Treatment & What to Expect:

  • A Consultation will be done with the client to find out more about them, what their specific problem may be and to learn more about what they would like to gain out of the treatment.
  • Relax on the bed and get nice and comfortable.
  • The Therapist will perform some Bio Energy to help release muscular tension and boost the nerves all along the spine which will in turn boost all areas in the body that the nerves supply.
  • Massage Oil will be applied and the massage will be performed to help release muscular tension and pain in the back, neck and shoulder areas.

*Concentrating on any areas that has muscular knots and tension.*


*If receiving a Shoulder/Neck and Face Massage the client will be lying in a “Face Up” position for the duration of the massage*

History of Massage

Massage therapy history dates back thousands of years to ancient cultures that believed in it’s medical benefits. The first written records of massage therapy are found in China and Egypt.

It was from this early massage therapy history that the Swedish doctor, gymnast and educator Per Henril Ling developed a method of movement known as the “Swedish Movement System.” This is regarded as the foundation for Swedish massage and is also most commonly used in the West today.