Massage is a treatment which relaxes the muscles and the mental state, and which stimulates and balances all body systems.
Aromatherapy is the therapeutic use of pure plant essential oils to help relieve a variety of ailments ranging from stress-related conditions and mental tension to stimulating the immune system.The aromatic qualities of essential oils are soothing and beneficial in themselves, but when applied topically (on the skin) combined with massage therapy, the effects of the oils are enhanced as massage stimulates circulation and eases muscle tension.
Reflexology is a popular complementary therapy that focuses mainly on your feet. Reflexology helps your body to heal itself; it removes tension and brings balance to your body and mind. It’s gentle and non-invasive; all you have to do is take off your shoes and socks, so it’s suitable for almost anyone, anywhere.
Clinical Pilates and Yoga is a class designed to help all abilities with their movement and wellbeing needs.
A physiotherapist helps restore movement capabilities and reduce pain when someone is restricted by injury, illness, weakness or disability.
Holistic Facial is a treatment to release tension and create a sense of well being.
*Ayurveda* is a science of life (Ayur = life, Veda = science or knowledge) which was developed thousands of years ago by the sages of India. It is a holistic health system created to support people, helping them to stay vibrant and healthy their thinking- prevention being better than the cure. Ayurveda is becoming more and more widespread as awareness of the health benefits are seen and it can be used to address a number of different conditions.
This unique workout combines the elements of Pilates, yoga, resistance training and ballet into a highly effective regime performed on the mat and at a ballet barre. The technique utilises the body’s own resistance in conjunction with weights, bands and small balls. The effect is a long, lean dancers body without being a dancer.