Calm Your Mind & Body
What is a Full-Body Massage?
This gentle Complementary Health Therapy is a “hands-on” treatment, which manipulates muscles and other soft tissues of the body to improve health and keep the body in a balanced state.
It is also beneficial in easing muscle tension or tenderness and soothes the nervous system to produce relaxation and a feeling of well-being.
£35 | 60 minute treatment
Benefits Of A Full-Body Massage
Relaxation, eases headaches, reduces stress and anxiety, promotes body detoxification & cleanse, soothes muscle aches & pains, improves circulation, improves posture, strengthens the immune system, improves skin texture, enhances sleep
Best Treatment For
Anyone dealing with stress, anxiety or depression; individuals feeling emotionally fragile and in need of nurturing; anyone who is looking for pain relief or pain control
Add-on treatments are available to any Massage. Please browse our treatment menu for the full selection, or request more information during your free consultation or next visit.
I was recommended to Kerry Ward through a friend, I wanted to support local businesses and Kerry was very local to me. I have been suffering from stress and anxiety, it was affecting my sleep and the tension in my neck and shoulders was quite painful at times.
On my first visit with Kerry I had a full body massage, this treatment was amazing, I walked out taller and had the best night sleep. I followed this appointment up a few weeks later with a shoulder/neck massage and reflexology, this was my first experience of reflexology and I cannot recommend it enough! I left the appointment feeling like I was floating on air and all my stress and anxiety had melted away.
Kerry is very professional, full of positivity and advice and throughout the past few months of COVID-19 I have looked forward to Kerry’s weekly emails of uplifting exercises, recipes and ideas.
– Kelly Channon
Frequently Asked Questions
What happens during a Full-Body Massage?
Head – Temples, crown, occipital muscles (the back of the head) and scalp
Neck – Nape and trapezius (long muscles on the side that connect to the back)
Shoulders – Along the collar bones, shoulder blades and into the upper back
Upper and lower back
Legs – Including the thighs, knees and calves