Massage - The Power of Touch

Massage is the art of healing through touch. It restores balance to the mind, body and spirit. Swedish body massage (also known as holistic Massage) dates from the early 19th century. It is an original massage technique that uses oils and a sequence of movements working superficially and deeper into the tissue layers. It is one of the easiest ways of attaining and maintaining good health and is something we do naturally. (It is a natural healing instinct to rub an aching shoulder or stubbed toe.) By using oils and gentle manipulation, the sense of touch eases our troubled minds, relieves aches and pains and provides a feeling of true relaxation.

Always remember the therapeutic power of touch.

£30 per hour / £40 for an hour and a half
Deep Tissue Massage is £35 per hour / £48 for an hour and a half
All massage treatments are available at Central Wellness Yoga and Holistic Centre which is located close to Lincoln Hospital.  If using a satnav, use the postcode LN3 4NL.  


Meditative Healing Massage

A unique blend of long fluid Swedish strokes of varying depth and pressure to enhance the body's natural functioning. Improve your muscle tone, circulation and joint flexibility bring peace and balance to the body.

A deeply relaxing experience

 

Preparing for a Massage

To get the most out of your massage experience, please download and read these tips. Also, it will save some time if you print out my intake form and complete it prior to arriving.


Deep Tissue Massage

Focused on the deep layers of muscle tissue, it aims to release the chronic patterned of tension in the body through slow strokes and deep pressure on the contracted areas, either following or going across the fibres of the muscle and tendons. Often combined with deep tissue massage Trigger point therapy is a bodywork technique that involves the applying of pressure to tender muscle tissue in order to relieve pain. Trigger points are very common and often refereed to as muscle knots.

Each session is tailored to meet the needs of the individual.