Services and Treatments


Reflexology is a complementary therapy based on the belief that there are reflex areas in the feet and hands which are believed to correspond to all organs and parts of the body.

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In all types of massage therapy, the intention is to relax the soft tissues, increase delivery of blood and oxygen to the massaged areas, warm them, and help the body to relax.

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Reiki” (ray-key) is Japanese for ‘universal life energy’, a term used to describe a natural system to help bring about an improved sense of wellbeing and a positive feeling of spiritual renewal.

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A gentle but therapeutic facial massage treatment blending techniques from Japanese and Indian Face Massage.

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“I suffered greatly from debilitating tension headaches which was the result of my desk-based job. Regardless of many desk assessments and preventative measures the company took, my shoulders and neck would eventually lock up. I found that a selection of regular therapeutic treatment of the shoulders and neck by Hazel has prevented the muscle tension building up and as a result, the occurrence of these headaches has significantly reduced, to the point where I can enjoy work/life in equal measure”
“You (Hazel) have the innate ability to thoroughly investigate muscle soreness and tension; often identifying areas that need working on that I didn’t even realise needed work. You individually tailor an effective treatment that successfully addresses my muscle pain and leaves me feeling less stressed.”
“If I was to put it simply, I’d say I come to you because you investigate all my lumpy, ouchy bits and iron them out nicely so that I can go about my day feeling human again.”
“I usually come for a massage for general relaxation and well-being. It helps to relieve stress and also allows me to have some time to myself away from a busy schedule. But also to relieve tension/aches and pains in my back and shoulders which in turn improves sleep.”
“In the past, a massage was a treat that I only got around to organising every few years. I first came for treatment as a way to relax and switch off after work, as I was finding work stressful and was left feeling anxious and physically tense. By having a regular massage, it helps both with easing away the physical tensions but also just as importantly supports my mental well-being too, as I can allow myself to properly switch off. “