A warming therapeutic massage for harmony, balance and well-being
ORIENTAL WARM BAMBOO MASSAGE
Warm Bamboo Massage is ideal for anyone wanting a warm, relaxing and luxurious massage or for those who prefer deep-tissue bodywork for overworked and injured muscles. If you’re looking for a rejuvenating massage treatment, this treatment leaves you feeling energised with the sense that your muscles have been stretched, warmed and elongated.
Bamboo massage is an innovative way to provide Swedish or deep tissue massage using heated bamboo to roll and knead the tissue, creating an incredible sensation of relaxation and well-being. Bamboo massage is also used as a powerful preventive therapy against modern-day stress and to assist in the relief of stress-related physical issues.
Bamboo is an exceptional plant that generates happiness, health, peace and solace. Bamboo has been used in ancient rituals for life energy for thousands of years; symbolising life energy, strength, prosperity, longevity and peace. Many cultures regard Bamboo as a symbol of gentleness, modesty and serenity. Today, this versatile, sustainable resource has been reintroduced through warm bamboo massage therapy.
With Warm Bamboo massage, the results go deeper and last longer than other massage techniques, and it feels great! Warm Bamboo Massage is a unique way to relax tight muscles and release stress and tension. The bamboo sticks are gently warmed and applied to give deep and long massage strokes as well positively affect the body’s energy flow. The feeling of warmth is comforting and enhances relaxation.
Whether your tight muscles are caused by stress, exercise, injury, or simply sitting at the computer all day, a Warm Bamboo Massage will melt away even your most stubborn knots and tension.
Plus, if you are looking for a quick and effective way to get rid of unsightly cellulite, Bamboo Massage is the solution. This revolutionary massage is more efficient than traditional massage because it helps reduce cellulite and tones muscles, lifts buttocks, restores skin elasticity, stimulates the lymphatic system and improves blood circulation.
Apart from relieving you of stress and tension, bamboo massage is also known to improve the texture of your skin. The silica from bamboo extract helps your body absorb essential minerals such as potassium, calcium and magnesium. It also offers anti-irritant properties that soothe your skin when applied directly through creams and lotions. Silica plays a great role in keeping your skin and hair healthy. Apart from this, it can even alleviate eczema and psoriasis. Bamboo extract contains antioxidants that help minimise wrinkles.
THE BENEFITS OF A WARM BAMBOO TREATMENT
It increases lymphatic drainage and helps remove toxins from the body
Flushes body of metabolic wastes (i.e. lactic acid) for faster healing time and detoxification
Releases muscle tension
Decreases muscle spasms and pain
Breaks up tissue adhesions
Releases endorphins to promote relaxation
Increases flexibility in joints, aiding in more effortless mobility and movement
Reduces chronic stress and tension
It increases mental clarity
Improves the quality of sleep
It rejuvenates the skin
This treatment works well for runners and cyclists experiencing tightness in their legs, feet and IT band. It is also of great benefit to anyone suffering from shortened muscles due to postural imbalances. Warm bamboo massage is a unique new way to relax tight muscles and release stress and tension and improve sports performance.
Overall, your massage will leave you feeling refreshed, rejuvenated, and renewed – a sensation that will last long after the massage is over. Therefore, a warm bamboo massage is an ultimate remedy after a long hard day; dissolving stress, anxiety and worries, it stills mental chatter and transports you to a place of inner peace and tranquillity.
BACK, NECK & SHOULDER MASSAGE
(30 mins) - £32.00
FULL BODY MASSAGE
(60 mins) - £45.00
What my clients say:
"Love the warmth of the Bamboo and how the pressure releases the tension in the muscles, especially around the shoulders and the calves"
Dennis Byfield - case study