Massage, a powerful therapy for all ages and stages of life, has been shown to promote profound relaxation, reducing stress and enhancing wellbeing, thereby actively helping to protect against many of the common health issues of the twenty first century.  

People chose massage for many different reasons - a wonderful treat, stress relief or pain management, but however viewed massage can play a fundamental part when taking responsibility for one's own health and well being.

Regular massage means that whatever happens on a daily basis, there will always be a space for stillness in between all the other things that jostle for our time and attention, a space for time out to relax, recoup, revive and move on again.


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Find out more about:

How massage may help you

The benefits of regular treatment


Lynne originally trained in Swedish massage and aromatherapy massage. Over many years she has trained in other styles of massage and bodywork including Pulsing and 'no hands' massage. Her work is unique, drawing as it does from many different sources. While there may be a similar framework for treatments, each one will be different in response to the individual needs of the recipient at that moment in time.  



Why choose a regular massage?

Physically a regular massage can simply be regarded as 'maintenance'. Daily stresses and strains are addressed as they occur helping to avoid minor aches and muscle strains compounding into major issues. When given a regular opportunity to 'return to base', the accumulative effect of massage means that the body quickly recognises how to relax, let go and revert to a comfortable way of being.    

Regular massage is a choice, a commitment to our own health and wellbeing just as much as regular exercise or a healthy diet. It may not be possible to change the demands of our multifaceted lives including work, family and home but it is possible to choose to invest time to look after ourselves so that we can, in turn, best manage our hectic lives and the people who are part of them.



How may massage help me?

It is a widely acknowledged that stress is an important factor in disease and on a practical level, massage helps manage stress. While massage may not cure disease and illness, it can relieve the symptoms of tension, anxiety and stress that are present in many serious illnesses. Emotional trauma may be eased and unexpressed emotions released, often without any conscious awareness of this even taking place. 

Specifically, massage may help:

  • Improve the quality of sleep
  • Increase energy and reduce tiredness
  • Improve concentration, clarity and a sense of perspective
  • Decrease anxiety and depression
  • Alleviate back pain
  • Increase joint flexibility
  • Ease injured, tired and overused muscles
  • Reduce cramps and spasms 
  • Improve circulation
  • Lower blood pressure
  • Deepen breathing and improve lung capacity
  • Improve the condition of the skin and promote tissue regeneration
  • Enhance detoxification, including the after effects of general anaesthetic
  • Reduce oedema, or excess fluid, in the tissues
  • Improve digestion
  • Relieve migraine pain
  • Release endorphins which are the body’s natural painkillers and mood enhancers
  • Enhance immunity by stimulating lymph flow, the body’s natural defence system
  • Improve immune function by reducing stress