Skin brushing stimulates the skin, removes toxins, improves circulation, skin tone and water retention.
Cupping – the suction promotes increased blood circulation, which may help relieve muscle tension, promote cell repair, and aid in other regeneration.
Manual deep tissue massage targets the inner layers of your muscles.
What is it?
Far infrared pressotherapy is an exclusive detoxifying treatment, which through effective lymphatic drainage, helps to promote the body’s natural toxin clearing functions. The revitalization and oxygenation of the tissue helps to slim and redefine the legs, stomach and arms while enhancing skin tone.
How does it work?
Your therapist will help you put on the suit. Then computer-controlled pump inflates the individual sections of the multi-chambered garments, which are positioned around the limbs. This slowly pushes lymphatic fluid (which carries toxins) through and out your limbs as well as using far infrared rays to help your body’s circulation and metabolism increase.
The five main techniques used in massages — stroking and gliding; kneading; rubbing; tapping or pounding; vibration — are probably what spring to mind when you think about a “typical” massage.
The various massage techniques are designed to improve your circulation, soothe your muscles and make you feel more relaxed.
Swedish massage uses softer strokes on the bonier and stronger strokes where there is thicker muscle coverage. This adjustment of pressure makes it an ideal massage for relaxation.
During an aromatherapy treatment, our therapist will use massage oils that contain essential oils (highly concentrated plant oils). You inhale these essential oil molecules or absorb them through your skin to gain the benefits from them.
N.B. Before treatment, you will be asked to inform your therapist of any medical conditions you may have.