Holistic Massage

Holistic massage aims to work with an individual as a whole, taking into account their psychological, physical and spiritual well-being. Techniques used include, mobilization, deep tissue, subtle energy work plus more.


Advanced Massage

Advanced massage is a treatment that works specifically with an area of tension or pain. Observations will be made to determine where pain may be originating from. A treatment plan will then be constructed to assist in reducing the pain/tension. Advanced techniques are used to relieve your symptoms.

Bellabaci cupping

Bellabaci cupping is an ancient treatment that has been adapted for modern practice.

The suction from the cups applied to the muscle relieves deep muscle tension whilst working with the lymphatic system to remove toxins from the body.

This is particulary beneficial to those suffering with arthritis

and areas of cellulite and scarring.



Hot Stone Massage

Hot stone massage has been used in many different cultures around the world for centuries.


The hot stone therapy Megan provides has a Swedish and Holistic approach, using the stones in a similar way to using her hands. The heat of the stones penetrates deep into the muscles and surrounding tissue, loosening them up and providing oxygen to the muscles to assist in the healing process.


This is a great treatment for tense and aching muscles and also for psychological stress and tension as it is warming and comforting.


Ear Candling with lymphatic Face massage

Ear candling is also known widely as Hopi Ear Candling. This treatment benefits psychological and general wellbeing. Lymphatic drainage facial is great to help relieve symptoms of blocked sinuses.


Lymphatic Facial

Relax with a lymphatic facial to help aid in Lymoh drainage in the upper body.


Reflexology is a treatment usually of the feet and sometimes the hands. It is an ancient complementary therapy which is believed to facilitate healing of psychological, physical and emotional ailments.


Reflex points found on the hands and feet are stimulated through pressure techniques.


Along with a reflexology treatment, light touch reflex therapy, hand reflexology and vertical reflexology techniques may be used within a treatment where appropriate.