Acupuncture: Western medical acupuncture is a therapeutic modality involving the insertion of fine needles; it is an adaptation of Chinese acupuncture using current knowledge of anatomy, physiology and pathology, and the principles of evidence based medicine.

Aromatherapy: Aromatherapy uses essential oils from plants and flowers in massage or inhalation with the aim of facilitating relaxation and reducing anxiety. The oils have a variety of properties and the most appropriate oil will be chosen by the therapist to meet your needs.

Bowen technique: Bowen therapy, is a non-invasive therapy that targets certain points on the body with gentle rolling movements with the aim of it balancing, repairing and realignment.

Indian Head Massage:  Uses a combination of techniques to relax the soft tissues in the shoulder, neck and scalp area. The aim is to promote feelings of well-being, reduce muscular tension and relax connective tissues.

M technique: ​The ‘M’ Technique is a registered method of touch – a series of stroking movements performed in a set sequence and at a set pressure. The ‘M’ Technique is gentle, soothing and almost hypnotic. It is different from conventional massage in that the structure and pressure does not change throughout the treatment.

Massage: Massage involves working the muscles and soft tissue to improve circulation and lymphatic exchange to help release tension in the affected area. The rhythmic massage techniques may help you feel relaxed. A type of massage, called manual lymph drainage can also be used to help manage lymphoedema. Our nurses and therapists will be pleased to discuss the most appropriate type of massage for you.

Reflexology: Reflexologists believe that different areas of the feet link to different areas of the body. Reflexology aims to be a relaxing and balancing therapy, may improve circulation and lymphatic exchange which in turn may promote feelings of well-being.

Reiki: Therapists who offer reiki believe ‘chi’ energy flows through the therapist to the person receiving the therapy to restore balance and wellbeing. You can sit and receive the therapy in the chair or lie on the couch and remain fully clothed.

Scar Work: Therapy for Scar Tissue.  This very gentle therapy can improve the look, feel and function of a scar, help reduce pain and numbness, reduces adhesions in the underlying tissue and help improve the mobility of a scar.

Therapy Room 1

Therapy Room 2

Our Quiet Room