If you would like to optimise your rest and relaxation during your stay or suffer from a particular illness or ailment, you may decide to book one or more of the treatments we offer. Below are descriptions of each.
Reflexology is the technique of applying gentle pressure to the reflexes on the feet and hands to induce a state of deep relaxation. It balances all the body systems and enables them to work more effectively. It stimulates the body’s own healing processes and helps it return to a state of well-being.
Reflexology is highly effective and can be used on its own or alongside conventional medicine. It provides relief from a range of acute and chronic conditions including:
- Back pain and any other physical pain
- Sleep disorders
- Asthma and respiratory problems
- High/low blood pressure
- Digestive disorders
- Managing the side effects of medication such as chemotherapy or radiotherapy
- Hormonal problems/fertility issues
Thai Yoga Massage
Thai Yoga Massage, considered by some to be “The King of Massages” for its thoroughness, is a unique and powerful massage therapy combining acupressure, gentle stretching, rocking, rhythmic compression, soft tissue manipulation and assisted yoga postures. An ancient healing tradition that has its roots in Ayurvedic medicine, yoga and Buddhism, it has evolved into a highly effective treatment in releasing blocked energy which can otherwise lead to pain, headaches and stress-related disorders and other illnesses.
Equally, for those who are symptom-free, it is an excellent way to soothe, release and comfort the body and mind with all the benefits – and more – of a yoga session yet with no experience of yoga necessary.
You can expect the following additional benefits:
- greater flexibility in the joints
- enhanced blood and lymph circulation
- better alignment of the body
- internal organs more stimulated to aid optimal functioning
- a sense of relaxation and well-being which re-energises the body and mind.
Thai Yoga Massages ideally last a minimum of 1.5 -2 hours but shorter sessions can be organised for ½ an hour or 1 hour.