Why choose us? It is important to choose a qualified massage therapist who has undertaken the necessary training to understand the theory and practice of this particular therapy.
By choosing a massage therapist who is an FHT member, you can be confident that they are professionally trained, qualified and insured. They will also be listed on our Complementary Healthcare Therapist Register, as massage is considered a form of complementary healthcare.
If you are looking for a relaxing treatment to unwind or for a special occasion we can help. If you have a chronic illness and are seeking pain relief then we too can help. Our treatment room has all the equipment we need to make your treatment easily available for you including our hydraulic couch which lowers down to help with any mobility issues.
Common uses of complementary healthcare include improving quality of life for those living with chronic conditions or in palliative care; post-surgical care; and helping anxious patients to complete often expensive orthodox treatments and procedures that have unpleasant side effects, including chemotherapy and radiotherapy.
Working alongside conventional medicine, complementary healthcare methods are often used to help support the body’s natural self-healing mechanisms, to ease or alter a patient’s perception of pain, and to support patients through periods of anxiety and fear, associated with their illness.
People with chronic or life-limiting conditions such as fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis, mental health problems (i.e. mild depression and anxiety) weight problems, musculoskeletal problems, or a history of substance misuse (including alcohol and drugs), can be greatly supported using complementary therapies alongside conventional care.
Complementary therapies can help to empower an individual to manage and cope with their condition and its associated symptoms. Some therapies may also help to prevent conditions or symptoms from escalating. The principal purpose of most complementary therapies is to produce a therapeutic effect additional to that offered by other medical or pharmacological interventions.
We work alongside the Physiotherapists to help maintain a healthier lifestyle.
Terms and conditions for bookings and cancellations :
- All treatments will be require to be paid to the therapist. This is taken in person or by BACS transfer.
- 24 hours notice is required if you need to cancel or change your appointment, otherwise the late cancellation costs apply.
- If we receive less than 24 hours notice, we will endeavour to fill your appointment with another client and if we are successful, a 50% administration charge will be incurred.
- If we receive less than 24 hours notice and we are not able to fill the slot, then you will incur a charge of 100% of the full treatment value.
- If you fail to attend your appointment, your treatment will be charged at full cost.
- If part of a booking is cancelled or changed after arrival, the full cost of the treatment(s) as booked will remain payable upon departure.