Massage involves manually working and acting on the body with pressure, tension, motion or vibration to aid recovery, relieve stress, speed up the healing process and to enhance function.Massage can focus on muscles, tendons, ligaments skin, and many other parts of the body and is usually applied using the hands, fingers, elbows, and forearms.
Massage comes from the French word meaning “friction of kneading”, and involves manually working and acting on the body using pressure, tension, motion and vibration.
Massage is the manipulation of superficial and deeper layers of muscle and connective tissue using various techniques. This is proven to enhance function, aid in the healing process decrease muscle reflex activity and promote relaxation and wellbeing. The massage therapist may use their hands, fingers, elbows and forearms whilst you are lying on a massage table, sitting in a massage chair or on a mat.
Through one-to-one sessions, our professional massage therapists will leave your staff calm, relaxed, composed and ready a productive day ahead.
Course duration: 12 weeks
Sessions: 48 (4x 30 min sessions per week)
What participants say
Words can't describe how I felt after this session, bliss, sheer bliss!