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What is a Massage? 

There are more than 80 kinds of massage that manipulate soft tissue. The purpose of massage is to relax the tissue, increase the flow of blood and oxygen, and decrease pain.


Hot oil massage

Hot Oil Massage is practiced using high purity aromatic oils making the acupressure movements smoother and nourishing the skin at the same time. 

The masseuse will work on tension points to ease body energy circulation and movement.

€50.00 1 Hr

Back & Shoulder massage

A popular pressure massage that focuses on the build-up of stress and muscle tension in all areas around the neck, shoulders and across the back. 

This massage encourages relaxation, relieves stress, improves circulation and relaxes muscles.

€50.00 1 Hr

Sport massage

Sports massage is a form of massage involving the manipulation of soft tissue to benefit a person engaged in regular physical activity.

Sports massage is designed to assist in correcting problems and imbalances in soft tissue that are caused from repetitive and strenuous physical activity and trauma.

€50.00 1 Hr

foot MAssage

Reflexology is the application of pressure to areas on the feet (or the hands). 

Reflexology is generally relaxing and may help alleviate stress. The theory behind reflexology is that areas of the foot correspond to organs and systems of the body.

€50.00 1 Hr

Head Massage

A scalp massage is a head massage designed to relax the mind and encourage circulation. 

Many times, tension is felt within the head and neck, so scalp massages can be very effective as a stress reducer.

€50.00 1 Hr

Pre massage

A pre event massage uses a variety of massage techniques to increase blood circulation into the muscles, 

increase temperature and improve tissue elasticity. Pre event massage can help ease acute pains.

€50.00 1 Hr

Post MAssage

A post-event massage is designed to aid the athlete in recovering from the activity; flush out the lactic acid buildup, reduce post-exercise soreness; and re-establish range of motion and blood flow to tight muscles. 

It also can give the athlete a big psyContact Tom : 083 011 3078chological lift.

€50.00 1 Hr


A full-body massage usually includes your arms, legs, hands and feet, your neck and back, your stomach and buttocks.

Even with a full-body massage, most of you stays covered most of the time.

€50.00 1 Hr

Benefits of Massage

One of the immediate benefits of massage is a feeling of deep relaxation and calm. This occurs because massage prompts the release of endorphins – the brain chemicals (neurotransmitters) that produce feelings of wellbeing. 

Levels of stress hormones, such as adrenalin, cortisol and norepinephrine, are also reduced. 
Studies indicate that high levels of stress hormones impair the immune system. 

Some of the physical benefits of massage and myotherapy include:

  • reduced muscle tension
  • improved circulation
  • stimulation of the lymphatic system
  • reduction of stress hormones
  • relaxation
  • increased joint mobility and flexibility
  • improved skin tone
  • improved recovery of soft tissue injuries
  • heightened mental alertness
  • reduced anxiety and depression.

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