Touch Therapy – A Home Massage Experience
Touch therapy is a fundamental aspect of Holistic Massage, focusing on the power of human touch to promote overall well-being. In the comfort of your home, my bespoke and deeply relaxing massages integrate touch therapy seamlessly, ensuring a personalised experience tailored to your specific needs. This therapeutic approach harnesses the power of human touch to promote not only physical relaxation but also mental and emotional balance.
Embracing a holistic approach to well-being, my home massage therapies include an array of holistic massage techniques, including the therapeutic benefits of Swedish massage, the deep muscle relief provided by deep tissue massage, and the rejuvenating effects of Indian Head Massage. Each treatment is designed to be truly unique, aiming to improve your overall well-being through a combination of targeted techniques.
Indulge in treatments that range from 1 to 2 hours. Discover the transformative effects of holistic massage techniques in the comfort and ease of your home.
Swedish full body massage
Swedish massage uses slow, long, flowing strokes to massage the body. It is helpful in reducing pain, improving circulation, easing stress & depression, alleviating headaches & many more. It is also great for relaxation. One of the primary goals of the Swedish massage technique is to relax the entire body. This is accomplished by massaging the muscles with long gliding strokes in the direction of blood returning to the heart. But Swedish massage therapy goes beyond relaxation. Swedish massage is exceptionally beneficial for increasing the level of oxygen in the blood, decreasing muscle toxins, improving circulation and flexibility while easing tension.
Therapeutic deep tissue massage
The aim of deep tissue massage is to release and relieve tension in the muscular and fascial system. The technique works on the deeper layers of muscle and fascia where restriction can affect muscle performance, health and range of movement. Deep tissue massage strokes are applied slowly and deliberately to access any build up of fibrotic tissue, working to reduce scar tissue and realign collagen fibres. As with all massage, the central nervous system is stimulated, promoting relaxation and lengthening of the muscles. It is important to know that DTM is ‘deep’ but not ‘hard’. We are aiming to sink down into the deeper layers ultimately attempting to evoke the relaxation response both physiologically and psychologically. It is unlikely that your treatment will encompass the whole body in this technique, rather concentrate on specific areas of need. Ideally this treatment will last 1 hour and a half.