Hot Stone Massage

For details of Hot Stone Reflexology please click here

Treatment

I use hot stones to provide a luxurious and effective massage treatment, heat from the smooth basalt stones promotes deep muscle and tissue relaxation allowing me to use further stones for deeper manipulation. During the massage I change the basalt stones to ensure that the therapeutic values of heat are constant. I keep the hot stones moving throughout the massage so there is no danger that you will feel the treatment is uncomfortably hot.

This treatment can be gentle for general relaxation or much deeper for specific muscular problems, also, essential oils can be used to further enhance the treatment with their therapeutic values.

Click here for more details about essential oils and my aromatherapy treatments.

 

Benefits of Hot Stone Massage

Hot stone massage can;

  • Promote deep muscle relaxation
  • Alleviate stress
  • Relieve pain
  • Improve circulation
  • Release toxins
  • Improve lymphatic drainage
  • Promote mental well-being

 

After the Treatment

After a treatment you should;

  • Drink plenty of water to flush toxins from the body
  • Rest
  • Avoid alcohol for 24 hours (increased circulation can mean you get intoxicated more quickly)
  • If oil is in your hair apply shampoo to dry hair to emulsify the oil and then wash as normal
  • Avoid hot treatments such as a Jacuzzi or sauna

 

Prices

Hot Stone Back Massage – £27.00 (40 minutes)
Pure Bliss Facial Massage – £36.00
Hot Stone Full Body Massage – £46.00 (60 minutes)

 

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2 weeks ago

Holistic and Beauty by Lucy Dempster

Love this and definitely something I'm going to do everyday 😊.

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It's business as usual here.

However, if you don't feel safe driving in these snowy conditions then please just give me a call and I'll rearrange your appointment. Not a problem at all.

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I'm really benefiting from being a member of Association of Reflexologists as it provides information about lots of courses for my continued professional development.

I'm excited to begin a 20 week course about Common Health Conditions with Bridgewater and Taunton College. This covers arthritis, strokes, Parkinson's, dementia and sensory loss.

I'm also really looking forward to a weekend course in March with Sally Earlam where I'll be updating my reflexology skills in relation to pregnancy.

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Hope everyone's having a relaxing weekend.

A few of you have asked when I'll be increasing my prices this year. As promised last April...there will be no price changes until April 2020 xx
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