Pre Natal Massage
Pregnancy Massage is a specialised Massage tailored to meet the expectant mothers needs. Massage can play an important role in maintaining health and comfort during this important time of your life. In pregnancy you can experience pain through your hips, shoulders, lower back, arms and feet due to the changes taking place in your physical body and hormones.
Post Natal Massage
Taking care of yourself after the birth of your baby is very important and Massage can be very beneficial to help recovery and support during a physically and emotionally challenging time. This is also a time when your neck and shoulders can become sore and tight during breast feeding or simply holding and rocking your child. Massage provides a nurturing and supportive space to help you feel cared for.
Shiatsu is a highly effective and enjoyable physical therapy that originated in Japan, and is rooted in Oriental Medicine. It can be beneficial both for specific conditions and as preventative healthcare. Treatment includes stretches, gentle manipulation of the joints, and soft but deep pressure on the meridians (energy channels that run along the body), mostly using the palms and thumbs, to release energy blockages and re-establish the optimal flow of “Ki/Qi/Chi” (vital energy/force).
The intention of this holistic massage therapy is to bring out the natural self-healing ability that we all possess by nature.
Reiki is an alternative therapy originating in Japan. The practitioners of Reiki believe that by using touch therapy, life-force energy can be transmitted from one person to another, and the flow of this energy or ki has potential to encourage emotional or physical healing.
During a Reiki treatment you remain fully clothed, the practitioner will have a sequence where they lay there hands on your body, you may experience pleasant physical sensations such as tingling and warmth or pleasant mental and emotional images. These vary from person to person because everyone experiences Reiki differently and no two Reiki treatments are ever the same.