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Firstly I would like to say thank you to my regular customers and to new customers who have come to support me following the easing of Covid restrictions.
The discount offer to celebrate my eight years in business has now finished, but there is still my loyalty scheme you can join.
Lastly, please note that I have changed my opening hours & now start a little later & finish a little earlier, but you should still be able to find a time to suit you to come in.
Hope to see you soon and as always in these times: keep safe.
Welcome to my web site where you will find details of the massages I can carry out for you in pleasant surroundings. I have been here for over 8 years and in that time have provided my customers with professional and friendly massages. Many of my customers are now regulars who have felt the benefit of coming to my shop for a massage that they can rely on to leave them feeling better than when they came in.
We are a big happy family here at Sunshine Smile Therapy so you can be assured of a warm and friendly welcome. Check out my prices page for details of the massages you can choose from. I still have my loyalty scheme, so do also check out details of how you can get a free massage if you join. Many of my regular customers still benefit from using this scheme.
It is best to phone for an appointment or send a text message, but sometimes I am booked up and not always able to answer you immediately, but I will get back to you. If you are passing I may be able to accommodate you without an appointment.
Looking forward to see you soon & thanks for looking at my web site.
A traditional Chinese medicine massage (pronounced 'twee naw') , which means 'Pinch & Pull', and therefore it uses kneading, pressure points & reflexology techniques; so is not one for relaxation, but to address particular areas of pain or discomfort. Can be carried out with hot oil or jasmine oil to help relieve tension.
This is really a combination of a number of techniques from Japanese, Chinese & Thai: therefore it involves using finger, thumb, hand and elbow pressure to address certain problem areas, but also includes a full body massage and concentration on specific areas to relive muscle tension and therefore pain.
This is a deep tissue massage that helps with particular sports injuries; or helps as part of a training programme: done regularly it help clean out muscle tension, especially if it is a 'high-impact' sport, like running, jogging, boxing etc. Again can be done with use of oils to assist recovery.
This is a slow deliberate massage that focuses on energy points called 'sen'. It combines yoga type positions concentrating on energy lines through the body, but also particular pressure points on muscles & tendons. Usually carried out on a mat, rather than on a table.
A full body massage includes most areas of the body, but not sensitive ones: so typically would include, back, arms, legs, hands feet & neck. Can also involve stomach & buttocks. It involves some hard and some soft techniques, but the customer can ask for a soft or hard full body massage. Usually carried out with neutral oil or hot jasmine oil to relieve tension and muscle ache.
Is a gentle relaxing massage that mostly involves using finger tips and finger movements with little pressure being applied. Some find it ticklish, but done correctly it can prove a good way to relax the muscles & relieve stress. Hot oils can be used.
Is a combination of techniques used in a full body massage, combined with elements of a butterfly massage: it usually starts with a more firm massage and ends with more gentle techniques; all with relaxing music playing in the background. The application of oils can make the experience more beneficial.
Reflexology has existed for a long time & is not so much a massage of the feet, but picking areas of the feet that are believed to affect different parts of the body - reflex zones one might say - by applying pressure to different areas of the foot the health of the connected or related body organs are improved.
This is really a full body massage that also employs hot stone therapy. Hot, but not too hot, stones are applied to areas of the body that have a particular pain - usually the lower back or spine. It promotes better relaxation of the muscles before the traditional massage techniques are applied to the affected area. Carried out with or without oils.
In this technique the hands are replaced by a bamboo cane which is rolled over the body, particularly on areas effected by pain. The therapist can then use the hands to help relieve knots or tension in particular parts of the body giving pain. It is a way of providing Swedish or Deep Tissue massage without the use of the hands.
It is usually part of a deep tissue massage whereby the therapist puts special glass cups onto (usually) the back, sometimes lighting them to draw the air out and create a vacuum: the suction helps blood flow, loosens muscle tension and can help to sedate the nervous system - so can be good in treating high blood pressure.
This is an ancient practice which involves a lit special (hopi) ear candle being placed in the ear and a dish of water being placed close by. The negative pressure draws wax and debris out of the ear canal. It can help to regulate pressure in the ear and to clear blockages due to the build up of the body's natural wax.
10:00 to 19:00
13:00 to 18:00
It is best to call for an appointment.
You can also text message on the above number.
Collect 200 points & get a 30 min. free massage
Collect 320 points & get a 60 min. free massage
|Full Relaxing Body Massage||£20.00|
|Chinese Traditional Tui Na||£20.00|
|Korean-Style/Thai Yoga & Sport Massage||£30.00|
|Back or Shoulder or Neck Massage||£20.00|
|Face or Hand or Head Massage||£20.00|
|Soft Music Relax Massage||£15.00|
|Foot Massage with Reflexology||£20.00|
|Cupping with Massge||£20.00|
*Price quoted is for a 30 minute session.
You can ask for alternative lengths of treatment times if you wish.