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Benefits of Massage.
Pregnancy Massage.

What happens during a session?

On arrival your warm welcome will be followed by a free consultation which will be completely confidential and as thorough as necessary to establish your past medical history and lifestyle. We will then agree together your treatment plan and you can relax. My studio is inviting, warm and luxurious with soft towelling, an extra wide couch and various bolsters and pillows to ensure your utmost comfort and modesty at all times. Relax and enjoy the ambience of your therapy room, drift away with soothing and relaxing music and draw in the sweet aromas of fragranced candles and essential oils giving you a complete sensory experience.


When can’t I have a massage?

Massage a valuable therapy for people of all ages, sexes and body types. There are however some conditions where medical permission or consent should be sought before treatment commences. These are:


ü Asthma

ü Medical oedema

ü Cancer

ü Slipped disc

ü Haemophilia

ü Arthritis

ü Diabetes

ü Trapped/Pinched nerve (e.g. sciatica) Postural deformities

ü Cardio vascular conditions (thrombosis, phlebitis, high or low blood pressure, heart conditions)

ü Undiagnosed pain

“Relaxing, Revitalising and Affordable massage”

ü Epilepsy

ü Bell’s palsy

ü Kidney infections

ü Whiplash

ü Inflamed nerve

ü Osteoporosis

ü Acute rheumatism

ü Spastic condition

ü Nervous/Psychotic conditions

ü Nervous system dysfunction (Muscular sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, Motor neurone disease)

ü Recent operations

In circumstances where medical permission cannot be obtained the client must give informed consent in writing prior to treatment


Pregnancy Massage Contraindications:

Women who have certain pregnancy complications should avoid receiving a massage. This includes women who have a high risk pregnancy, threatened miscarriage, are experiencing early labour or have been diagnosed with eclampsia, pre-eclampsia or gestational diabetes. Any existing placental dysfunctions are also reason to avoid massage as the pressure or stimulation can lead to an exacerbation of the condition.


The following conditions require written consent, preferably from a healthcare professional:

High blood pressure, Heart disease, Kidney and bladder diseases.

Massage is not usually advised during the first trimester.


Qualifications and Insurance:

I have an ITEC level 3 qualification in Swedish Massage as well as additional diplomas in Aromatherapy, Deep tissue and Pregnancy massage.

I am a full member of the Guild of Holistic Therapists and have the appropriate insurance and policy cover for treatment and public and product liability.