As a complementary treatment, massage is being increasingly used alongside standard methods for a wide range of medical conditions and situations such as aiding discomfort through pregnancy and relieving dilapidating injuries, disabilities or conditions.


Massage is the most effective way to maintain and correct soft tissue injury and tension. The process eases muscle tightness, improves circulation and increases mobility and balance. Massage has also got psychological benefits such as reducing anxiety, improving moods, and increases relaxation.

Before your initial treatment, a series of questions will be undertaken to asses history of illness and injury to ensure massage does not cause further complications, it is also undertaken to understand the nature of your current condition.

Deep Tissue/Sports Massage


Deep muscle massage, alongside prescribed daily stretching, can help maintain correct posture which in turn offsets the likelihood of injury. Massage is also a highly effective way of:


  • Speeding up muscle injury recovery time

  • Improving physical endurance and

  • Maintaining a healthy mental lifestyle

All these benefits are achieved by using a series of massage techniques throughout treatment that warm, stretch and breaking down scar tissue due to injury or fatigue in the affected muscle. Each technique plays an important physiological role in the re-alignment and regeneration of muscle tissue.

Effleurage - Trigger Point - Soft Tissue Release - Muscle Energy Technique - Assisted Stretches - Rehabilitation


CBD Deep Tissue Massage 

Cannabidiol (CBD) is a natural substance found in the hemp plant, Cannabis Sativa, and has become one of the biggest trends in recent years, not only for its pain relieving, anxiety and stress reducing properties, but also for its non-psychoactive, anti-inflammatory effects, meaning we can all reap health benefits from this natural product without the high.


When cannabidiol is made, a distillation process is undertaken to separate cannabinoids from tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the chemical compound known for its psychoactive effects. The remaining distilled oil, CBD, which is either completely free from THC or has trace amounts can then be infused into base oils for massage or taken orally through infused drinks and snack.


How does CBD work?


The endocannabinoid system (ECS) is a molecular system in the human body responsible for regulating and balancing many processes, including immune response, communication between cells, appetite and metabolism, and memory to name a few. It is through this system that CBD bind with ECS receptors which trigger the natural and beneficial effects we know of today.


CBD Deep Tissue Massage


CBD has an extensive list of wellness benefits, so when used in conjunction with deep tissue massage, an individual will benefit from reduced muscle tension, improved joint flexibility along with harnessing pain relieving and anxiety reducing benefits of CBD.

Please note:


  • CBD is not recommended for anyone who is pregnant, breastfeeding or taking medication. If you are on medication, we suggest you consult with your doctor before using CBD products.

  • Our CBD oils may have trace amounts of THC below 0.2% which is the legal limit in the UK. Rest assured, this level is non-psychoactive, however, If you would prefer a 0% THC oil, please call the clinic before booking your appointment.


CBD provided and infused by CBD Pure Life

Relieve Pain - Reduce Depression & Anxiety - Reduce Inflammation - Neuroprotective Properties 


Pregnancy Massage


Pregnancy is a wonderful time, however, as the baby grows, a mothers body needs to accommodate, triggering hormonal changes which in turn cause ligaments and joints to soften, making them more prone to injury. Massage is a safe and natural treatment for mothers and expectant mothers experiencing these unwanted physical stressors.

Pregnancy massage can help ease:


However there are times when it is not appropriate to have a pregnancy massage, when the following contraindications are present:

  • Morning sickness or extreme nausea

  • Heavy vaginal discharge or if it is bloody or watery

  • High blood pressure

  • Pre-eclampsia

  • Diabetes

  • Abdominal pain, cramping or unusual pain

  • Vomiting/diarrhoea and high temperature/fever

If you are thinking of having a pregnancy massage, but are unsure due to caution or ongoing health issues, speak to a qualified healthcare practitioner or phone the clinic for more guidance.