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Massage is an ancient healing technique used in various cultures including China, Japan and the Middle East. It dates back as far as the Greeks and Romans.

Massage works to ease the muscles, stimulate joint mobilisation and stimulate the reproduction of lymphatic fluids to improve circulation and mobility.  It allows your body to feel looser and more open.

What’s it good for?

Scientific research has shown that massage reduces the heart rate, lowers blood pressure and anxiety, and improves sleep, digestion and the immune system. When you book a massage, you create time and space for yourself in which well-being is prioritised.

Who practices this?

Lisa De Liema