London Bridge Massage is a massage therapist situated in London Bridge offering you a range of classic and therapeutic techniques to help alleviate stress and tension.
Located just a 3-minute walk from London Bridge station, expect a warm welcome in a calming and peaceful environment designed to give you the ultimate relaxation experience.
A team of professional therapists, with over 30 years of experience combined between them, cater to your needs and you can choose from a range of massages including deep tissue, Swedish and hot stone.
Experience the healing hands at London Bridge Massage today.
Escape the stress of the city with a reinvigorating session of massage at this cosy treatment room in Waterloo.
Need Massage Therapy offer a range of therapies including Deep Tissue, Swedish and sports massages.
Manned by two highly experienced therapists, this tranquil space is the perfect spot to enjoy a refreshing moment of relaxation and luxury.
The centre is located on Level 3, Room 32 Alpha House, situated on 100 Borough High street. We are a 3 minutes walk from Borough Station and 6 minutes walk from London Bridge Station.
Please note Reception is closed after 6pm daily. Customers will be required to wait at the back door entrance located on Union Street. The massage therapist will let you in the building. We apologise for any inconvenience.
Unique Beauty and Hair is a salon located just down the road from Tower Bridge in London's Southwark.
Offering an array of beauty services ranging from IPL hair removal to men’s pamper packages. Why not treat your other half to the men’s treatment and massage? Or book yourself in for a tan to get that healthy glow for an instant confidence boost.
Improve your physical and mental well-being 7 days a week at Afya Sports & Massage Clinic.
Being partnered with STA ( Sports Therapy Association) we offer a range of sports, deep tissue and injury treatments available at this professional London Bridge site.
Following a string of successful periods of practising diagnostic and rehabilitation work, this distinctive duo founded Afya Sports & Massage Clinic earlier in 2018.
Both talented therapists have gained university degrees specialising in injury treatments using manual therapy, acupuncture, electrotherapy and exercises designed for each clients needs.
Throughout their experiences they have demonstrated an outstanding ability to work with runners, in need of recovery particularly at the London Marathon. As well as providing rehabilitation programs and strength and conditioning protocols for members of the London Blitz American Football club.
Centrally located and only within a 10-minute walk from London Bridge station, you can seek out personal treatment and alleviate any injuries and stress.
Danielle operates a women only home-based practice, located between Elephant & Castle and Borough.
She has worked successfully with a wide variety of people ranging from elite athletes through to 60-hours-a-week office workers suffering from postural complaints. Danielle holds the BTEC level 5 diploma in Sport and Remedial Massage, is a member of the Sports Massage Association and is registered with the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council.
With a wealth of experience, she provides high quality and effective soft tissue therapy to reduce pain, tension, improve posture, flexibility, and rehabilitate injuries.
Each of her sessions is developed specifically in line with your treatment goals whether you are troubled by neck tension, recovering from an injury, feeling the discomforts of pregnancy or wishing to improve flexibility.
If you are looking for something quite general, she can offer regular deep tissue massage for those who wish to maintain good overall well-being, keep on top of minor aches and pains and generally unwind and relax.
Being well served by local buses and in close proximity to the overground and underground, this venue is extremely easy to get to.
On the first floor of 3 More London you'll find Dermaesthetics, a beauty treatment room offering nail care, waxing, massages, facials and more all catered for your wellbeing.
This unisex and LGBT friendly establishment is managed by extremely professional therapists, who have gained over 10 years of experience in the beauty industry. From the moment you enter the door, you'll be immersed into a tranquil ambience where you'll be treated to the leading brands on the market.
When you come out of London Bridge train station (Tooley St Exit), turn right on to Tooley street, walk down and on the left you will see Leon Cafe and Cafe Nerro - turn left up between the buildings and walk to the end and you will see big glass buildings on the right with 3 More London on it. Go inside and let the reception know you are there to visit Dermaesthetics Clinic on the first floor. Beauty doesn't have to be compromised; book yourself in with Dermaesthetics, where quality matters whatever the occasion.
Based in Walworth, Sanctuary of Wellbeing is a calming treatment room where you can align your mind, body and soul with a deep tissue, Swedish or holistic massage.
Experienced therapist Kizzi-Shari uses Aveda Oils and creates her own blends to suit your needs and chosen treatment. With an ethos that focuses on health and natural living, she's an expert when it comes to picking up on any inbalances and renewing your energy.
Choose from a wide range of massages with varying pressure, from a full body or back massage to a facial and scalp massage. Specialising in holistic massage, she also incorporates deep tissue techniques so that whichever you choose, you'll leave feeling relaxed and restored.
Sanctuary of Wellbeing can be found on the third floor of St John's Centre, which can be accessed via a lift. Just 10 minutes from Elephant and Castle Station and with plenty of bus stops next door, there's nothing holding you back from relieving your tensions there today.