At Bank MediSpa in Hale, Cheshire, we understand that looking and feeling your very best isn’t just skin deep, and the mind, body and soul can benefit greatly from alternative therapies. Therefore, we are proud to introduce the addition of a range of these treatments, for your ultimate health and wellbeing.
There are many benefits to a deep tissue and full body massage including stress relief, pain reduction in areas of strain, the reduction of blood pressure and heart rate, making movement easier and the breaking up and reduction of scar tissue, the reduction of the symptoms of arthritis, muscle injury rehabilitation and t7o assist with labour and delivery in pregnant women. Our highly experienced and fully qualified specialist in this field will assess your issues in a pre-treatment consultation and organise a bespoke and tailored treatment plan, to help your body to feel it’s very best and perform at its highest capabilities.
If you sit at a desk all day, have trouble sleeping or simply feel stressed in general, a back, neck and shoulder massage can help you to relax, unwind and undo tightness, knots and strains in these areas.
There are 4 main benefits to a back, neck and shoulder massage: –
A back, neck and shoulder massage is perfect for those who live busy lives and have little time, as this does not take as long as a full body massage, but still has so many healing and restorative properties.
Reflexology is a form of massage which involves applying different amounts of pressure to the feet.
Reflexology is based on the theory that these areas of the body are connected to certain organs and body stems. Applying pressure to these specific points on the body can reduce pain and anxiety and helps to promote circulation, relaxation, and healing. Foot reflexology helps to reduce pain, stimulate nerves, increase blood flow, and ease migraines.
It is believed that reflexology can be as effective for promoting better health, preventing illness as it can be for relieving symptoms of injury, stress and improving your mood.
Hopi ear candling is an ancient Greek and American Indian traditional therapy which has been practiced for thousands of years.
A cone or tube is gently inserted into the ear. It can contain chamomile, sage and St John’s Wort, each of which possess their own healing properties. Chamomile for example possesses anti-inflammatory properties as well as being a gentle anti-spasmodic sedative, sage helps to stimulate the lymphatic system as well as increasing circulation and St John’s Wort is used as a restorative tonic for the nervous system. The candle is then lit, and the resulting gentle suction creates a vacuum and draws wax and impurities from the ear.
Based in the heart of the Cheshire village of Hale, Doctor Ahmed opened his purpose-built, luxurious clinic to treat clients from all over the north-west of England and further afield. If you’d like to know more about massage at Bank MediSpa, please book a complimentary consultation with us today.