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Deep-Tissue Massage

What is Deep-Tissue Massage?


What is it?

DEEP MUSCULAR RELIEF
As the name suggest ‘Deep Tissue’ Massage works on the deep layers of muscle tissue to bring us back to our natural alignment.

Deep Tissue is particularly helpful for chronic aches and pains as well as ‘tight’ areas such as stiff neck and upper back, low back pain, leg muscle tightness, and sore shoulders.

REDUCE STRESS & INCREASE HAPPINESS
Deep Tissue Massage can have a huge impact on our levels of stress, anxiety and tension.

A recent study found that people’s blood pressure fell considerably after only a single 60 minute deep tissue massage.

Additionally, an investigation published in the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry found a clear connection between Deep Tissue Massage and reduced stress hormone levels and heart rate, while boosting mood and relaxation by triggering the release of oxytocin and serotonin (the happiness hormones!)


Deep-Tissue Massage. Ben

Featured Therapist

Ben
Founder & Principal Therapist


Specialisms: Deep Tissue Massage; Holistic/Swedish Massage; Lymphatic Drainage.
Experience: 7 years as a Senior and Principal Therapist.

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Who's it for?

PERFECT FOR EVERYONE
Deep Tissue Massage is for anyone that like a firm, deep approach to massage.

Whether you spend your weekends competing in triathlons or just relaxing with a good movie, Deep tissue is perfect for anyone that wants to reinvigorate, realign and bring about deep relaxation.

DOES IT HURT?
Despite what you might think Deep Tissue Massage shouldn’t be painful. The aim is to warm up the superficial muscles before beginning to work deep into the underlying muscle tissues.

Of course on the road to realignment there can be a little discomfort, however many of our clients refer to it as the ‘Good type of pain’ and deeply satisfying.


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