Aromatherapy massage in Cardiff
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Blade Clinic at Yurt in the City
Blade Clinic offers a range of relaxing and therapeutic treatments at Yurt in the City. Eilish Blade began her studies over 20 years ago and is qualified in a variety of massage techniques, physical therapy, spinal alignment and nutritional Naturopathy. She has a wealth of experience and knowledge to share, and clients can have a bespoke plan created combining bodywork and a nutritional plan for their individual needs. Come and enjoy the tranquil setting of Yurt in the City and chose the therapy for you to boost your metabolism, soothe tired muscles, relieve back pain or simply relax and indulge.
CS Holistic Therapies
CS Holistic Therapies is a massage and therapy centre located in Cardiff within easy reach of the city centre. Catherine has over ten years experience as a complementary therapist treating clients with sports injuries, sleep problems, general tension and depression and anxiety related issues.
As well as the holistic approach, Catherine includes the aspects of nutrition, anatomy and physiology in her treatments. So why not check out her Deep Tissue Massage or a relaxing aromatherapy massage or reflexology session?
Each treatment is done with a prior complimentary consultation, to help determine your needs and concerns so you receive the best out of each visit.
Nicola Menage Holistic Massage
Nicola Menage is a holistic massage therapist based at the Yurt in the City, located in the centre of Cardiff. Here you can find a place to heal and revive whilst escaping the hustle & bustle of city life.
Nicola has studied Holistic Massage Therapy at the Bristol College of Massage and Bodywork. She is fully qualified with a Level 4 Diploma in Holistic Massage with Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology. She provides holistic massage therapies including Deep Tissue, Aromatherapy and Lymphatic Drainage, specialising in massage for people experiencing stress, anxiety, depression and other emotional difficulties.
To give you a totally relaxing experience the yurt is based in a peaceful location, completely hidden from the main road. The access route is off Llandaff road through the archway in-between 70a Donnington house and Gilmors. From here, keep walking through the courtyard, keeping the Printhaus and Dusty Knuckle Pizza on your right. From here just follow the Yurt in the City signs to The Boneyard where you will find the Yurt located in the back warehouse past the brightly coloured shipping containers.
Parking is limited at The Boneyard so it is best to park on one of the side streets by Chapter Arts Centre or on Glyn Street. There is also free 2hr parking at the bottom of Severn Road just off Cowbridge road. All these places are only a few minutes walk from the yurt.
Wild Wood Therapies
Complementary therapies at Yurt in the City
Are you looking for relaxation and well-being? Welcome to Wild Wood Therapies, based in the heart of the city and offering tailored massage treatments from our stunning Mongolian yurt.
The yurt is a haven of tranqulity and stillness, a place to revive your wellbeing whilst escaping the hustle & bustle of city life.
Marcos provides a range of natural and affordable treatments to revitalise, relax and rejuvenate your body and mind.
Access to "YURT in the City" is just off Llandaff Road, walk through the brick archway in-between 70A Donington House and Gilmores then proceed past the Print Haus. Please use venue photos for reference.
Hannah Boot Therapies
Hannah Boot Therapies is located inside The Amatsu Space, Cardiff.
Hannahs interest in complementary therapies came from her mother; her arthritis meant she needed different forms of pain and stress relief other than medications that wouldn't always work for her.
Hannah decided then that she wanted to be one of the people her mother turned to for help. She applied for the BSc (Hons) Complementary Therapies at UWIC in 2006. The course included diplomas in Massage, Aromatherapy and Reflexology.
Hannah has continued with her therapies since then, as well as working as a nurse assistant from 2009-2010 in the Bristol Royal Infirmary on a medical ward.
In 2016 Hannah started a 4 year course in Amatsu, she recently completed her third year so she is now a qualified Amatsu practitioner and will be completing her fourth year of the course in 2019.
This has helped her to evolve into a therapist with the experience of working alongside allopathic/conventional medicine, with all kinds of illnesses, and has set her up to work with medication side effects.
Hannah offers Amatsu, Massage, Aromatherapy and Reflexology in Cardiff, and uses her knowledge of anatomy and physiology from her degree, and her experiences of working with all types of physical and emotional ailments from her work in the hospital to provide a well-rounded treatment.
Restoration Therapies is located in Stretchy Suzie's Yoga Studio on Cardiff’s Woodville Road. A treatment room concentrated on bringing you the best practices in massage and reflexology.
The owner, Ruth Hughes, is an experienced therapist who is focused on helping each client reach their best level of health, relaxation and tranquillity.
Treatments last an hour and ten minutes and range from Aromatherapy to Thai Massage, so treat yourself today and relax your mind and body in the serene atmosphere of the studio.
Dakota Therapies at Portland House
Danielle is based at Yurt in the City and Portland House in Cardiff.
Danielle first experienced massage in 2004 after she was hit by a car while on her bike. She suffered from whiplash from the impact of the fall. She received a massage every week for the first month then twice a month after for 8 months. Massage helped ease the pain and stress caused by this event and helped with the remodeling of scar tissue from the whiplash. Danielle strongly believes her mobility in her neck and shoulders would have been worse off today if she has not received massage after her accident.
Danielle realized massage therapy helped her on so many levels emotionally and physically...she loved the feeling massage gave her...she loved it so much she wanted to learn to do this.
Danielle began to pursue her dream of becoming a massage therapist in 2009 in the United States attending East West College of Healing Arts in Portland Oregon. She studied Swedish massage and kinesiology.
In 2011 She moved to the United Kingdom, settling in Cardiff. Danielle has since studied at Bristol College of Massage and Bodywork. She graduated in 2012 with a level 4 diploma in Holistic Massage from the Massage Training Institute. The diploma is one of the best you can get in the UK.
Danielle started her business in Cardiff in 2012. She varies the kind of work she does between corporate massage, private clients, and festival work. She has started the Level 5 Sports and Remedial massage course at Bristol College of Massage and Bodywork and will be finished with the course summer of 2018.
Danielle specializes in injury recovery. Her massage treatments she caters to each individual client’s needs. She treats the body as a whole using a variety of techniques; such as deep tissue massage, kneading, draining, compression, cross fibre friction, joint mobilization and fascia release. Danielle also integrates many advance massage techniques into her work such as muscle energy technique, soft tissue release, positional release, and neuro-muscular technique.
Danielle will work with her clients to come up with a plan suitable for their needs whether it be for needing help through injury recovery, times of change, to get through a pregnancy, to reduce stress and provide relaxation. www.dakotatherapies.com
If you are a first-time client all treatments require a ten-minute consultation. This is included in the treatment time booked along with dressing and undressing times. If you booked an Indian Head massage the consultation usually takes about 5 minutes.
be Complementary Therapies
Be Complementary Therapies is located in the Mindfulness & Wellbeing Centre in Cardiff’s Cowbridge Road East. The therapist, Eniko Benedek, offers a wide range of relaxing treatments to de-stress and rejuvenate.
Using only organic and vegan products, Eniko prides herself on her unique treatments which are suited to each client and their specific concern.
So why not try the warm bamboo massage, done with real bamboo sticks or the Glow Healthy Treatment with organic Paprika Herbs?
A Touch Of Magic - Cardiff
So many of us believe that Complementary Therapies are a luxury.Its not.
We have been carrying out massages since 2010.
We work in and around Cardiff including Barry, Bristol and London
We offer a Mobile service.If your house bound, We will come to your home if that's better for you.
All treatments can be carried out at your home.
We are happy to offer a discount for block bookings, pamper parties and self massage techniques.
We are fully qualified professionals & are fully insured with FHT. Our services include: Reflexology, Full Body Massage, Swedish, Deep Tissue, Aromatherapy. Indian Head Massage, Facials, Crystal Therapy. Lymphatic Drainage within a massage. Body Wraps, Body Exfoliating.
Blending Massage Oils and Skin Care Products for use at home for a Softer Younger looking complexion, Smoother and Beautiful Skin, all are 100% Natural.
Aftercare advice will be given after all treatments.
Massage & Reflexology has been an original method of healing and helping without the use of surgery or medication for over 5000 years from the Ancient Egyptian to Chinese Medicines and Acupuncture Points all are still used today, Ancient Thai Massage and Indian Head massage over 3000 years old.
Its not a luxury at all. If we used Complementary Therapies more often as a long term medical health benefit, rather than a luxury treatment,when it comes to muscular aches and joint pain, we just might be able to fix that pain in your shoulder with or without medical help.
Complementary therapies are about working on your body to fix problems that if left untreated can lead to more serious medical problems long tum, for example Arthritis,Joint Restrictions.Tendon Damage ending in Tendinitis.
Take something like a small pain in the neck, If left long enough it could turn into a serious medical problem. You are more than 60% more likely to be put on painkillers and anti-inflammatory drugs by you doctor, Sometimes the side effects of these drugs are not nice. Inflammation is the body's response to irritation or injury and is characterised by redness, warmth, swelling, and pain.
NSAIDs are used to treat a variety of conditions that cause pain and inflammation, including arthritis and tendinitis.
NSAIDs are also used to treat pain from injury or other causes of long-term pain.
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