relax & refresh
The seated acupressure massage also known as “chair massage” is a visual treatment which raises curiosity drawing in passing crowds. The massage targets acupressure points on the upper and lower back, shoulders, neck and arms and is carried out through clothing without the use of oils for convenience. Treatment time is usually 15 minutes but can be customised to suit the event.
*Seated acupressure massage is given in an ergonomically designed massage chair provided by the therapist.Read more
indian head massage
calm & focus the mind
A simple, convenient and effective massage which treats the head, face, neck and shoulders. The massage is given through clothing and no oils are used. The treatment time can be varied although we would recommend at least 10 – 15 minutes as a minimum.
*Indian Head Massage therapists may provide their own stool or may require the provision of a standard chair.Read more
look & feel good
A quick file with a relaxing hand massage or a shape and polish. The mini manicure can be performed in 15 minutes and is a must if you want to draw in a female audience. Treatment times can be shortened by offering a short hand massage rather than shaping and polishing.
* A standard table and 2 chairs will be required.Read more
treat your body & mind
A technique using pressure points mainly on the feet with the aim of improving the flow of energy around the body. Treatment times can be shortened to a 15 minute taster for events.
* Therapists will provide a reflexology chair or a 6 feet couch for the reflexology treatment.Read more
look & feel good
A treatment which can be tailored to fit in with your event, ranging from a 15 minute file and shape up to a 45 minute indulgent treatment which includes a luxury foot massage and polish.
* A standard table and chairs will be required.Read more
relax & unwind
A revitalising treatment for the face leaving your clients feeling rejuvenated. Timescales can be adapted for events
* Therapists will provide a 6 feet couch for facials.Read more
targetting aches & pains
Sports massage differs from traditional massage in that it targets specific muscles associated with the prevention or management of aches and pains. A popular choice at the end of charity runs or sporting events.Read more
We have listed the most popular event based treatments. If you require a treatment that is not listed, please contact us as there is a good chance we will have a therapist amongst our large network who can provide the treatment.