Massage fits beautifully alongside physiotherapy provision so it is wonderful to now have a highly skilled massage expert within our diverse, holistic and multi-skilled growing team. We may indeed choose to integrate both physiotherapy and massage therapy to get the best long-term outcomes for clients.
Here we detail the types of massage that we offer in clinic.
Relaxing ‘Swedish’ Massage
A relaxation massage helps de-stress and reduce tension in the body. This may have resulted from general physical and mental stress from day to day life activities and events. In the hectic lives we currently lead, looking after yourself is so incredibly important and relaxation massage is a great way to give yourself a regular burst of ‘tlc.’ “Self-care” and “me time” have become increasingly recognised as essential activities to stay well both physically and mentally.
If you are feeling generally quite frazzled and run-down, then a relaxation massage booked with Krupa is the best treatment for you!
Remedial massage is a treatment that seeks to relieve a particular muscular or soft tissue problem that may be causing pain, tension or altered functioning of the body or joint. The massage involves an initial assessment of where exactly remedial massage treatment is required and a variety of massage techniques are then tailored to your specific needs. This may help painful backs, necks (including headaches), shoulders or limbs. Pains that respond to this approach are very varied – and may be acute or chronic. Remedial massage can help recovery from postural aches and pains or from sporting or occupational injuries.
If you are sore in a particular part of your body and are in search of a pain relieving massage then remedial massage is for you! This session would be booked with Suzie Outen who is also a qualified and experienced sports and rehabilitation specialist so may also offer a range of other treatments or advice for your condition.
Sports massage is a specialised treatment that benefits someone who is regularly participating in physical activity or sports. Sports massage may be used to enhance both recovery and performance when used prior to or after exercise. It may also reduce tension and correct muscular imbalances (overactivity/underactivity in muscle groups) arising from strenuous or repetitive activities or injury or direct trauma. Sports massage may also restore function and prevent injury.
If you are a regular sports person looking to treat and injury or improve flexibility, performance and recovery then a sports massage is the best treatment for you! This session would be booked with Suzie Outen who is also a qualified and experienced sports and rehabilitation specialist so may also offer a range of other treatments or advice for your condition.
Costs and timing
Massages are booked either hourly allowing approximately 45 minutes of massage (suitable for one area of the body), or 1.5 hourly allowing approximately 80 minutes of massage (suitable for full body massages).
£50 per hourly booked 45 minute massage session*
£65 per 1.5 hourly booked 80 minute massage session*
*We are currently offering 5 relaxing massage sessions with Krupa as for the price of 4 when booked and paid for upfront or purchased as a gift voucher!!!!