Relaxation in March

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Tailored massage therapist for your health and wellbeing

When was the last time you took some time out for yourself?

We all live busy lives, hurtling from one commitment to another. If it's not work, it's family, and if it's not family it's bound to be something else.

Body Time Massage provides you with a dedicated time and space to relax, step away from the world and look after yourself - You need to take care of yourself if you're to take care of others, and I'm here to help make that happen.

For rest and relaxation in March, choose Body Time Massage. You can schedule an appointment here.

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My range of massages in March or at home 

 

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Swedish Massages – Medium Pressure

One of the foundations of modern massage therapy, the Swedish massage is what most people think of when they hear the word ‘massage'. Gentle friction and pressure is used to alleviate stress, improve circulation throughout the body and enhance the mind-body experience.

Suitable for anybody, everybody and every body looking to walk away from the session feeling relaxed and restored.

Swedish Massage Services

 

 

 

Deep Tissue Massages – Strong Pressure

If you're looking for restoration and recovery, look no further than my deep tissue massages in March.

Targeted pressure, particularly finger pressure, is used to ease knots and adhesions in the deepest muscle layers, making it perfect for speeding up recovery from intense exercise. Ideal for athletes or those looking to work on their posture.

Deep Tissue Services

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Head Massages – Medium Pressure

The head, neck and shoulders are most prone to holding onto tension. A specialist head massage in March or in the comfort of your own home works your worries away to promote blood flow throughout the head and face while supporting lymphatic drainage.

Great for anybody with trouble sleeping, who suffers from headaches or has poor posture.

Head Massage Services

 

 

 

Aromatherapy Massages – Light Pressure

Step into sensory relaxation. This massage combines the restorative benefits of a therapeutic massage with the relaxing properties of essential oils to cultivate a deeply invigorating experience.

I offer a range of customisable and combinable oils to create the perfect mixture most suited to your tastes. Suitable for everyone.

Aromatherapy Services

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 How Much Do My Massages In March Cost?

A 30-minute massage session will cost £25.

An hour-long massage session will cost £45.

Please note that 30-minute massages are not available for home visits.

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 What Are The Physical And Mental Benefits Of Massages?

The history of massages goes back thousands of years, and has been used and trusted by cultures all over the world. The types, names and methods might vary, but the end goal of any massage is to leave you feeling better than you were before the treatment in body and mind.

The physical benefits of regular massages include:

  • Improved circulation
  • Decreased muscle stiffness
  • Decreased joint inflammation
  • Improved sleep quality
  • Faster recovery from intense exercise
  • Improved flexibility
  • Relief from chronic pain
  • An improved immune system response

The mental benefits include:

  • Lowered overall stress levels
  • Improved relaxation
  • Improved mood

  • Decreased anxiety
  • More energy
  • An increased feeling of general wellness

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Frequently Asked Questions


What should I expect after booking my massage therapy sessions?

You will be required to fill out a health assessment form prior to the massage taking place, and I may need to ask supplementary questions based on your answers. The form will ask you general questions about your health, and so it is important that you list all health concerns and medications so that I can adopt the session to your specific needs. It is also important to list any allergies you may have, so I will be aware if I need to use a different oil during the session.

What will happen after I arrive for a massage?

You will be welcomed into the massage studio, and I will go through your expectations of what you want to get out of the massage. You may want me to target any specific areas of tension, knots or stiffness, or you may purely want to relax. I will then talk you through the setup of the massage table, invite any questions and then leave you alone in private for a few minutes while you get yourself ready for the massage.


What should I wear?

You can remove as much clothing as you feel comfortable doing. I will give you plenty of time to ready yourself on the massage table, and your dignity will be assured throughout with the use of towels and sheets draped across you. I only ask that you remove all jewellery prior to the treatment.

What should I do during the massage treatment?

First and foremost, make yourself comfortable. If I need to adjust your position on the massage table, I will either move you or will ask you move. Otherwise, you are free to adjust your position anytime to make yourself more comfortable. Some like to close their eyes and relax completely during the session, while others prefer to talk – Once again, it is up to you! It’s common to drift off during the treatment, which is a good sign you are deeply relaxed. If this happens, not to worry. Your body and muscles will still benefit from the massage even if you do fall asleep. I will speak to you gently at various points throughout the massage to make sure everything is okay with you.


What if I am embarrassed about my body?

I am a professional massage therapist who has worked with all body types, shapes and sizes. I do not pass judgement on your body weight, amount of hair, skin conditions, scars, disabilities, medical conditions or personal history. Your dignity and modesty are protected at all times using towels and sheets. If you do not want a particular part of your body to be massaged throughout the treatment, please just let me know.

Will the massage hurt?

Everybody is different when it comes to pressure, with some preferring deep tissue massages and others preferring a gentler Swedish massage. What feels right for you might feel painful or too light for somebody else. That’s why I will ask you if you want more or less pressure at different stages of your treatment.


Is usual to talk during the sessions?

Your treatment is your valuable time and opportunity to relax. If chatting helps you to unwind that is fine, but most clients find they get the most benefit from a treatment by remaining quiet and enjoying the relaxing music and touch. In many cases, people feel more relaxed and start off talking, before entering a quieter state of relaxation as the massage processes.

When should I not get a massage?

There are very few instances when a massage is not recommended. This could include having a cold, fever, or flu symptoms, suffering from contagious skin infections, bruising or areas of injury. If you have heart problems, respiratory problems, cancer or epilepsy, we will require written approval from your GP that you are safe to receive a massage.

 

 

 

Body Time Massage - Your Sanctuary of Serenity and Relaxation in March


Should you need to clarify any details prior to booking, please don't hesitate to contact me via WhatsApp message on 07769 258384You can also email me at contact@bodytimemassage.co.uk

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Doddington

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