Acupressure in The Cotswolds
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Oxford Apothecary & Massage
Oxford Apothecary and Massage is a calming and tranquil treatment room nestled inside Oxford's popular Park Club gym on Grenoble Road.
This cosy and relaxing treatment is headed by therapist Hayley, a dedicated acupressure and aromatherapy practitioner with a passion for promoting relaxation and stress relief. Ensuring total discretion and privacy for every customer, Hayley's treatments cover a wide range of massage and holistic treatments tailored to fit your current needs and pressure preferences.
Massages aside, you'll also find a variety of day spa packages covering everything from hair to gel nails and essential waxing.
Chinese Massage Bristol
The treatment you need, just how you want it - Neil is a Chinese Medicine specialist, offering Chinese massage and acupuncture in Bristol, 100% tailored to your specific needs. Whether you want to relax and de-stress, or you want help with an injury or stiff, aching muscles, your session will be entirely focused on helping you get back to health and vitality.
Acupuncture and Tui Na by Melanie Jackson
Well Of Health is Melanie Jackson's acupuncture and Tui Na (Chinese Massage) practice offering a range of wellness treatments such as acupuncture, cupping and massage and gua sha. Melanie trained at Reading's College of Integrated Chinese medicine for 4 years and gained additional experience in Tui Na at a university hospital in China in 2010. Beginning her journey into body work, namely Tui N,a which comprises Chinese massage techniques and acupressure, during a visit to Malaysia in 1994, Melanie enjoyed helping friends and family with this learning. Wishing to build upon her healing skills Melanie sought to undergo more extensive and deeper study of Chinese medicine through acupuncture. She gained her acupuncture degree in 2009. This led her to formalise her Tui Na skills with a UK recognised diploma, gained in 2011 after which she did further work at CICM in Reading under supervision of her teachers alongside her own Acupuncture and Tui Na practice which continues in Oxford.