1. Foot or Hand Massage  30 minutes – £45.00 or 10 minutes – £18.00

                2. Therapeutic Massage  30 minutes – £45.00, 45 min £60 or 1 hour – £80.00                                  

             Therapeutic massage is a gentle relaxing massage that helps relieve tension and reduce stress. massage.

3. Deep Tissue Massage  30 minutes – £45.00, 45 min £60.00 or 1 hour – £80.00

Deep Tissue Massage is a harder version of a Therapeutic Massage. This is designed to help relieve chronic muscle tension and focus on the deepest layers of muscle tissue.

4. Sports Massage  30 minutes – £45.00, 45 minutes – £60.00 or 1 hour – £80.00 

       Sports massage can be used in two ways.

To help prevent sports injuries or to help recover from sports injuries.

At Lifestyle Therapies we use sport massage to target muscle areas that cause pain, discomfort or that reduce range of motion, so this will help the body back into its normal range of motion.

5. Runners Rehab  45 minutes – £60.00

For runners with knee, and ankle pain looking to improve their performance.

6. Cyclists Surgery 45 minutes – £60.00

If you cycle a lot and your shoulders or knees feel stiff this is the one for you.

7. Tennis Therapy 45 minutes – £60.00

To loosen off all ailments a tennis player will need.

8. Trigger Point Therapy 1 hour – £80.00

When the myofascia (this is a cover that goes around your muscles) is stressed from overuse or trauma and can tear and adhere together.

These adhesions are called “Trigger Points (Knots)” and can prevent the muscles from working well.

Trigger Points lead to an increase in muscle stiffness and tenderness and a decrease in range-of-motion. In addition, the discomfort from trigger points can radiate from the adhesion.

Trigger Point Therapy specifically targets and releases these knots throughout the whole body.

This can promote pain relief and improve the way you move.

9. Neuromuscular Massage Therapy 1 hour – £80.00

Neuromuscular therapy is a specialised form of deep tissue massage in which digital pressure and friction are used to release areas of strain in the muscle. These areas of strain are called tender or trigger points and are the causes of muscular pain symptoms.

Neuromuscular therapy is used to treat many different soft tissue problems.

The following list is a small example of issues that may be helped by neuromuscular therapy: Lower back pain, upper back pain, piriformis syndrome which is like sciatica, hip pain, headaches, plantar fasciitis, calf cramps, tendonitis, knee pain, iliotibial band friction syndrome.

10. Cupping 30 minutes – £45.00

 Cupping Therapy is an ancient form of alternative medicine with proven results, where a therapist puts special cups on your skin for a few minutes to create suction.

It can penetrate areas that a normal massage can’t reach. People get it for many purposes, including help with pain, inflammation, blood flow and relaxation. It improves range of motion in any joint and as a type of Deep Tissue Massage.

11. Cupping and Massage – 60 minutes – £80.00

This massage has all the benefits of cupping but the combination with the massage the cups are able to provide a deeper and release more stagnant blood.

During the treatment the client will receive a combination of Swedish massage, cupping and cupping massage. This treatment can be used on abs, legs, glutes, pecs, shoulders, arms, feet, back and certain parts of your neck. 

Massage Courses

You Love the treatment, you love the clinic so lets make it cheaper for you!

 Course 1: 4 – 30 minute massages for £170

Course 2: 4 – 45 minute massages for £215

Course 3: 6 – 45 minute massages for £300

*Courses apply to all massages. Cannot be used with any other discount voucher. Full body MOT is excluded from courses. For information check out Terms and conditions.